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Martin Paul Eve

Professor of Literature, Technology and Publishing at Birkbeck, University of London

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A quick post to highlight the wonderful Postcards Exhibition taking place this Friday at the University of Sussex!

We received so many wonderful entries to the Postcards Competition - thanks to all who entered a postcard. Congratulations to those whom Nicola Barker has short-listed for a prize:

Colette Bernhardt//Laura Beyer//Season Butler//Camilla Chen//Anwyl Cooper-Willis//Amy Douglas//Dulcie Few//Amanda Finch//Faye Grifiiths//Anna Kisby//Ruth E. Lowe//Katie Mac//David Miller//Paul Radburn//Jaime Robles//Nuri Rosegg//Bob Tomolillo//Sarah Warrick//Louisa Wright

The results of the competition will be announced on Friday 25th March, when all entries will be exhibited to the public at the University of Sussex in the Creativity Zone, from 11-5.30. (For how to get here, please see below.)

The postcard competition and exhibition is one of the highlights of our three-day conference.  The varied postcard entries feature poems, short stories, original artwork, photos and humorous collages. The entries were judged, in correspondence, by the novelist Nicola Barker, whose latest book Burley Cross Postbox Theft is a comic novel told in letter form. As well as all the Postcards, the exhibition will showcase works by visual artists who are interested in postcard and letters. Artists whose work will be on display include Helen Allsebrook, Des Barry and Diego Vidart, Carson and Miller, Anwyl Cooper-Willis, Richard Cox, Paula Do Prado, Julia Gillen, Chris Glynn and Fran O'Hara, Lea Redmond, Lino Mannocci, Nicola Ashmore and Chudasama and Wood. Our Conference Programme has further details.

Directions:
The Creativity Zone (formerly InQbate) is located on Falmer Campus in Pevensey III - the actual room number is Pevensey 3C7. The external entrance is at the back of this building, located at the bottom end of the Science Car park (Car park 1). There is also access from the Front of Pevensey II. Enter the building and turn left, then follow the corridor around to 3C7.

Please see these links for annotated maps:

http://www.inqbate.co.uk/images/annotated%20inqbate%20map.jpg
http://mapmaker.donkeymagic.co.uk/preview.php?map_id=5865

Campus maps and directions to the University of Sussex are available on our Maps & Directions page.