This chapbook was a wonderful read. If you’re interested in writing reviews, browse through some of the reviews on their Reviews/Articles page to get a feel for how they are written. Also, many presses/authors will provide a review copy for free.
If you aren’t familiar with Yellow Chair Review, set aside an hour or two with a glass of your favorite adult beverage and check out the variety of talented writers they publish.
This set of seven short essays provides readers a look into the human condition—always comparing, always seeking similarities, while always wanting to be different. Lyrical language presents men versus boys, punk versus hardcore, bodies versus bodies, and the dark honesty of unfiltered youth.
Read my complete review of Puzzle Pieces here:
Also, Yellow Chair Review runs a weekly poetry challenge entitled “Rock the Chair” where poets can submit one poem each week “to compete against others for space on Yellow Chair Review’s blog.” Turnaround time is super quick, they’ll get back to you the next day!
DEADLINE: Every Friday night by midnight (CST)
SUBMISSION FEE: None
FORMS: poetry only
PRIZE: “The winning poem will receive $5 paid via paypal.”
NOTES: No simultaneous submissions, wait six months to submit again once you’ve won.