Call for submissions to new print anthology of political poetry welcomes “audio/visual media”

In what may be a sign of the times, I noticed this in the widely subscribed Creative Writers Opportunities List (CWROPPS-B):

Sundress Publications is now accepting poetry submissions for a new anthology on the politics of identity, to showcase the substantial amount of political writing that is being done today. This print anthology, edited by Fox Frazier-Foley and Erin Elizabeth Smith, will include multimedia features: we are open to submissions in audio/visual media (e.g., video files of ASL poetry, audio files of spoken word poetry, etc).

I guess this must mean that the publishers are contemplating a complementary digital edition of some sort — a website, app, and/or ebook — which itself is good to see, given the challenges that coding poetry can present. Sundress Publications is “a (mostly) woman-run, woman-friendly publication group founded in 2000 that hosts a variety of online journals and publishes chapbooks and full-length collections in both print and digital formats.”

Dave is the founder of Moving Poems, and posts videos for his own poems (along with lots of other stuff) at Via Negativa. Here's a bio.