Call for Submissions: Where I Live Poetry & Photography Series

Submit an original poem or photo to Silver Birch Press for their next blog series with a theme of “Where I Live.”

DEADLINE: Sunday, March 15, 2015

Their last series was incredible and included several gorgeous poems inspired by Ferlinghetti’s poem “I am Waiting.” Click here to see my poem “Reconstructed Happiness” and then click to read previous or next poems in the series.

Silver Birch Press


Here in Los Angeles we’re grateful that each day people from around the world visit the Silver Birch Press blog — and we’d  like to get to know you better through your poetry about and/or photographs of the place where you live.

PROMPT: Tell us about where you live in a poem — and especially how you feel about the place and what it means (or doesn’t mean) to you. Or show us where you live in a photo.

WHAT: Submissions can be original or previously published poems or original photographs. You retain all rights to your work and give Silver Birch Press permission to publish on social media and a potential print edition.

WHEN: We’ll feature the work in the Where I Live Poetry & Photography Series during February and March 2015.

HOW TO SUBMIT: Email one poem to silver@silverbirchpress.com as an MSWord attachment — and in the same file…

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Categories: Poetry

5 replies »

  1. I received some feedback from the editors and they are looking for poems that describe more geographically what it’s like to live in a specific city/place. Thought I would share that insight. Get those submissions in!


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