Occupy Fringeby Fringe Magazine • 10.25.2011
Protestors, and protest-watchers: We invite you to occupy the Fringe blog for the next week or two. Send us reflections on and documentation of your local Occupy movement. We’d love to see work in many different mediums and formats.
photography and visual art
other odds and ends
If you need inspiration, you might check out the excellent Occupy Writers, or read some of Fringe’s greatest civil disobedience hits:
- Someone Else’s Ivy by Amy L. Clark — about a worker’s revolt led in a Harvard tea shop
- Mississippi Freedom Summer in Eight Vignettes by Michael Royce — A firsthand account of the summer of 1968 written by the only white guy on Stokley Charmichael’s jailhouse sock-football team.
- Inside the World of ‘Unskilled’ Labor by Anna Lena Phillips — a review of Gabriel Thompson’s Working in the Shadows, a nonfiction book about the time he spent doing ‘unskilled’ labor.
- Other stuff from last year’s Working issue.
Submit original work to FringeTheMagazine@gmail.com. In the coming days we’ll post selections on our blog as part of the Occupy Fringe series. Please include a brief bio, and the location of the Occupy movement you’re reflecting on.
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