Its eight, discrete, obscure stanzas are loosely connected to a lost story about Arthur and a disastrous sea-raid made by him and his men on an Otherworldly kingdom.
This collective effort of students at the University of Rochester working with a professor of English turns the poem into a multidimensional experience.
Remember, only seven returned. It's up to you to find your way out again.
Poem, short story, essay, music, photography, machinima.
October 4, 2016
ISTE VEN Headquarters
The main purpose of these explorations is to cultivate our creativity by becoming immersed in an environment. Anyone is welcome to participate. We meet at the ISTE VEN Headquarters, teleport together to an environment, and spend an hour there. You can also stop by the headquarters and click the scrolls to get the information on the current exploration if you wish to go on your own.
We meet the following month to share our work, which is optional. We do not critique each others' work as we wish to encourage everyone to participate if they wish, and to inspire their creativity.