Call for Submissions

The Un-"Selfish Poet" site review – Woven Tale Press + NO FEE Submission call

I’m so honored that Emily Jaeger, Features Editor of Woven Tale Press published this lovely site review of my blog last year. She does a great job explaining what I’m up to and the types of information you can find here on my site.

The site is blessedly easy to navigate, between the search bar, drop-down menus, and a side-bar of post categories including such topics as: "Poetry/Writing Prompts," "Guest Blog Posts," "Poetry Contests," and "Calls for Submissions." Hopkinson also has a "Blog Tour" page, which includes brief summaries of each section of the site. If, after combing through all of these search options, a reader still hasn't found what they are looking for, Hopkinson offers the "Ask Me Anything (About Poetry)" feature, where readers can submit questions to Hopkinson for a direct response.


Click here to read the complete review article.

The Woven Tale Press is an online magazine founded by Editor-in-Chief Sandra Tyler. Per their About page, “Today, we link back not only to noteworthy writers on the Web, but to artists and photographers as well. And my mother's years of painting in that cellar can serve as an apt metaphor for what we strive for at the Press: To bring to light works by writers and artists who otherwise may be toiling away in their own ‘cellars.’ On the Web, for every artist's or writer's website, there is that creative soul persevering in isolation, to hone his or my own unique statement, be it on a canvas, the page, or in any other medium. And it is a perseverance often plagued with doubts: Am I any good? Am I just wasting my time?”

WTP is a free monthly magazine, is always open for submissions, and looking for a wide range of art and writing, including videos, press features, creative writing, and visual arts.

Click here to read submission guidelines.

DEADLINE: Always Open



FORMS: videos, press features, flash fiction, short stories, memoir, poetry, experimental writing, and visual art


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