indebted adj indebted [inˈdetid] (withto) having reason to be grateful to 因受惠而感激的, 负债的

In honour of the rather painless birth of carrotfarm, we ask you to submit your poems, photographs, journal entries, short fiction, illustrations, etc. for public viewing-reading-drooling. Consider it your cosmic debt to do so. Consider yourself lucky to be impelled to do so. Think of yourself as having stepped right into the centre of a whirlwind of contemporary mythmaking. Give Cindy Sherman the what-for. Stop bitching about the new canon and just write something. Each month a new “anti-theme” will be declared. That’s right. You as artist will be bestowed with the sacred duty of vanquishing the arch enemy of the modern art mag, the theme. Write, draw and scream around the theme; freeze the theme, erase its memory. Now, go! (oh, this month’s anti-theme? “Romance Novels”). See “About” for contact deets.

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~ by carrotfarm on May 29, 2009.

One Response to “indebted adj indebted [inˈdetid] (withto) having reason to be grateful to 因受惠而感激的, 负债的”

  1. I go farm
    I see carrot
    I see carrot

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