NO FEE submission call for women 50+ w/ editor interview – Quartet, DEADLINE: May 8, 2021

Quartet is a new online literary journal featuring poetry by women 50 years and older. Each quarterly issue also includes an author interview and book review or essay. Their first issue went live earlier this year and is available to read online so you can get a feel […]

#CreativeQuarantine: Life Learned in Isolation (Plus 171 Prompts For You to Use) – guest post by Kelly Tsai

The morning of March 16th, 2020, I was at a dance class in Brooklyn, when we got word that New York City was going to shut down entirely, effective that afternoon. There was an agitated feel in the studio as class ended, and dancers parted ways. The hub […]

Mind to Mind: Translation as a Window of Understanding – guest post by c. prismon-reed

Poetry, perhaps more than other forms of oral and written expression, is intended to convey the immediate moment — the idea and experience — that triggered it in the mind of the one conceiving it. The language — the forms, sounds, rhythms, and images — embodies the mental […]

My poem “Gathering of the Salt” published by Utah @ 125 for Utah’s 125th anniversary

Many thanks to Thrive 125 and editor Ellen Fagg Weist for publishing my short prose poem “Gathering of the Salt” to celebrate Utah’s 125th anniversary of statehood. “Gathering of the Salt” is a poem of progress, resistance, and hope. I’m honored to be published along side incredible friends […]

NO FEE/BIPOC submission call + editor interview – Honey Literary, DEADLINE: May 1, 2021

Honey Literary is a new BIPOC-focused literary journal built by women of color. Their first issue went live earlier this year and is available to read online so you can get a feel for the types of work they publish.  They are currently open to submissions of Poetry, […]

NO FEE Submission call + editor interview – The Minison Project, DEADLINE: March 30, 2021 (rolling)

The Minison Project is a new online literary magazine publishing their own invented form called a minison (14 lines, 14 letters per line), sonnets, photographs of found/staged minimal sonnets, and minison-themed artwork.  They publish monthly zines and bi-annual sonnet issues. They are currently open for both until March […]

PAYING/NO FEE submission call + editor interview – Writing Knights Press, DEADLINE: June 30, 2021

Writing Knights Press is an indie press publishing chapbooks, full length, and mixed media printed books of poetry, prose, fiction, nonfiction and/or visual art. Compensation is 10 author copies and royalties. See my interview with the press staff and a link to submission guidelines below. HOPKINSON: Tell me […]

Managing the Emotional Load of the Submission Process – guest post by Sherre Vernon

So much has changed since I first started sending my work out two decades ago. Publishers are more open to simultaneous submissions, and I seek out (rather than avoid) online publications. But the biggest shift has been the number of pieces I get accepted each year. Take a […]

NO FEE submission call + editor interview – Book of Matches, DEADLINE: April 12, 2021

Book of Matches is the new online literary journal “interested in protest against the unknowing alive in human existence, in protest against the knowing, too.” They are currently open to submissions of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and translations for their next issue.  They plan to nominate for Best of […]

The Art and Craft of Self-Publishing Poetry Books, with Orna Ross and Trish Hopkinson — Poetry Podcast

I couldn’t be more delighted to be appearing on the Ask ALLi Advice Podcast for Self-Publishing Poetry! Orna Ross is a lovely host and human being, working hard to help poets and writers alike on their self-publishing journey. In this podcast we cover art and craft of self-publishing […]

Trish Hopkinson
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