- Construction of underground railways
- History of the lines and the stations
- The above-ground communities the underground serves
- The experience of commuting / travelling underground
- The art of the underground
- People experienced on the underground
- Subterranean geographies / cities
- Mapping the underground
Monday, 28 January 2013
Posted by Kirsten Irving
Fantastic Hull-based magazine Turbulence sent us the following call. Get subterranean!
Submissions are now open for the first Fire Hazard anthology, "Underground".
To mark the 150th anniversary of the opening of the world's first underground railway in London in 1863, Fire Hazard is compiling a print anthology of poetry dealing with experiences of underground railways and their impact (for better and worse) on the communities they serve around the world.
Themes could include (but are by no means limited to):
If you would like your work to be considered for this anthology, please send up to four poems and a brief biographical note to us at email@example.com with the word "underground" in the subject title. The deadline for submissions in March 31st, 2013. All included poets will receive an electronic copy of the anthology, hardcopies of which will be available for purchase in early summer.