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19th CoF–Call for Submissions by pisaquaririse
September 29, 2008, 1:02 am
Filed under: I Hosted a Carnival!


I’m gonna host the 19th Carnival of Radical Feminists. Saweeeet! And I’m sooo going to copy the last one with the theme idea. Two things I’m looking for actually:

1. Drawings–just to make it colorful, vibrant, interesting (not that all you fab writers lose appeal without pictures). Some ideas would be artistic representations of radical feminist humor, comics, goddesses, pop culture, etc. I’ll pretty much be accepting any form: multimedia, pencil and paper, graphics you create, etc. For example, I would totally have accepted that jumbled depiction of Medusa meets a pile-of-leaves pasted above. Yes I made it, hush. I’m calling her the Goddess of Fall Blogging. Make your own!

2. Interviews–I need willful contestants for this one. That means some of you will have to lose the mysterious aura (we can talk in Radfem Conspiracy code if need be). I’m actually really interested in how people arrive at their philosophies and perspectives. Archiving the herstory of radical feminist journeys, if you will. No need to be too personal–general questions with as much specifics as you find necessary or are comfortable offering. So if you are a commenter or blogger in the radical feminist blogo-thing please e-mail me! pisaquari@gmail.com

And of course, the Carnival will still include a slathering of brilliance from all corners of the radical feminist blogosphere. Please submit your favorites by October 7th!


The 19th Carnival of Radical Feminists has been extended two weeks–that means submissions will not be due until the 21st of this month.  The idea is to give each Carnival some breathing room–our Carnivals are so vast and extensive (wonderful!) that it seems too quick to have submissions due only a few weeks later.

So guess what!  That means all you hermits that haven’t e-mailed me yet have 2 more weeks to do so!  And did I mention I’m conducting interviews?  Don’t be shy…….

Thoughts about the extension welcomed in comments below.

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I think Medusa meets a pile of leaves” is delightful!

Comment by thebewilderness

Hey you lazy bugger, post something interesting.

I always though the Medusa myth must have been based on a totally ferocious woman, for men to have portrayed her with snake hair. But men have snake pants all the time!

Comment by m Andrea

I hope you’re not going to give away the secrets of the NESRFC pisaquari. Remember that bit in the oath about having your tongue torn out and buried out to sea?

Comment by Polly Styrene

Bewilderness: thank you :). I may subject you to more of my cut/paste creations as the Carnival has not yet received any art submissions.

“Hey you lazy bugger, post something interesting.”
I know! 😦 I’ve got like 20 drafts. I am working 7 days a week now. And the music. And the interviews. I am fulfilled and mostly filled. I gotta pour some of this out but I feel so stuffed! I read other blogs for release at the moment.
re snake pants. LOL

And no of course not Polly.
“Remember that bit in the oath about having your tongue torn out and buried out to sea?”

Great–there goes an up tick in S&M searches again. Just when I thought….

Comment by pisaquaririse

Thanks a lot for interviewing me, Pisaquari. *Big Hugs*

Comment by Maggie Hays

Has the carnival come out yet?

Comment by atheist woman

[…] working on Pisaquari’s interview. I’m digging kind of deep for it; it’s different than what I usually write, it’s […]

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tis on the way…

Comment by pisaquaririse

aah, sorry.

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