Opportunities and announcements for our readers and contributors

  Fearless Books has put out a call for new poetry submissions for an upcoming anthology, The Light in Ordinary Things. From their announcement: We live in a time when old forms are catastrophically breaking down, and new forms arise to take their place. The overheated engine of capitalism has blown a gasket; the politics […]

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Shout-outs concerning our contributors!

  Starting now, Synchronized Chaos will provide periodic updates on events and information involving our authors and artists! If you have an update you would like to share, please email cedeptula@sbcglobal.net with Synchronized Chaos in the title and we will share your creative progress with the rest of the community. First off, George LaCas, author […]

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March Synchronized Chaos: Rediscovering the Familiar

  March’s issue of Synchronized Chaos invites reflection and a new sense of awareness of the potential of ‘ordinary’ objects and experiences. Upcoming author Marty Castleberg journeys through faraway South American capitals, back streets and the rainforest…only to find himself constantly pursued by and reminded of the same issues which plagued his life back home […]

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Sean O’Cairde’s Lighthouses of California: visual travelogue project

  Traveler and photographer Sean O’Cairde creates a unique work-in-progress through his travelogue as he visits many of California’s historical lighthouses (and one with a rich past located in Ireland.) Plenty of people are inspired by lighthouses as an artistic subject, visually and metaphorically – everyone from American master landscape painters to modern Irish folk singers. But […]

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Interview with quillpen artist Kelsi Dick of the Brilliant Quill

  Quillpens normally conjure up associations with scholars in monasteries and old white-wigged gentlemen scratching out the Declaration of Independence. However, they were once, and can still be, both practical materials for ordinary writers and objects of craftspersonship and style. Kelsi Dick, artist with The Brilliant Quill (www.thebrilliantquill.com) discusses her work as a modern-day quill pen […]

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