Jenny Fennessy, Sandie Woods and other members of the Collaborative Poetics Network have now produced a review of the Carnival of Invention. You can read their report here: COI report
If you want to find out more about collaborative poetics in advance of next week’s Carnival of Invention, you could do worse than check out this new webpage!
All session timings and other details have now been firmed up for the Carnival, so with just one week to go until registrations close, we are massively excited to be able to publish the final programme for the event. If you are planning on coming along, then you will find hard copies of this available on the day. If you aren’t, then you might just want to take a peek at this while there’s still time to register – you’ll be sore if you only realise what you’re missing once it’s too late!
The full Carnival of Invention timetable is now available to download here: CoI Timetable.
We will be timetabling in May, once we have made final decisions about which submissions are being accepted. If you are keen to make travel arrangements before then, however, you might like to know that the shape of the day will look something like this…
We will announce the full timetable on this site as soon as it’s available, so watch this space!
We’ve put together some useful information on travel, accommodation and dining options for anyone who’s planning on travelling to the Carnival in June: Accommodation and Travel Info for CoI). Please bear in mind that summer accommodation in Brighton can get booked up a long way ahead of time, so it’s worth looking into this as soon as you can after you’ve registered for the event. There should be lots here to help point you in the right direction!
(And yes, this is included in the £25 Carnival registration fee!)
Due to popular demand, we have extended the deadlines for conference submissions and early bird registrations. Submissions are now due by 30th March. Submissions received by the original deadline of 15th February should receive a decision by 30th March at the latest. We aim to respond to all other applications by 30th April. We are also accepting submissions for conference posters. Please see the full call on this site for further details.
Early bird registrations will now close on 7th May, after which the registration fee will increase to £35.
Image (c) Polly Blake
Download a copy of the poster here