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Trish Hopkinson

Trish Hopkinson is a poet and literary arts advocate. You can find her online at SelfishPoet.com and provisionally in Colorado, where she runs the regional poetry group Rock Canyon Poets, curates Poetry Happens for KRCL 90.9 FM, and is a Poetry Reader for The Adroit Journal. Her poetry has been published in several magazines and journals, including Sugar House Review, Glass Poetry Press, and The Penn Review; and her fourth chapbook Almost Famous was published by Yavanika Press in 2019. Hopkinson happily answers to labels such as atheist, feminist, and empty nester; and enjoys traveling, live music, and craft beer.

Call for Poems & Prose – Route 7 Review, DEADLINE: Nov. 15, 2022

Route 7 Review, established in 2013 and published annually by Utah Tech University, welcomes submissions of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and visual arts from artists and writers from anywhere in the world.  They are currently accepting submissions for the 2022 literary journal until November 15, 2022. Please read […]

Poetry Palooza workshops, open mics & contest via IWWG continue thru Nov. 2022!

I’m pleased to announce the International Women’s Writing Guild‘s fall programming for Poetry Palooza! I recently hosted the free kick-off panel with a stellar lineup of with a stellar lineup of poets, writers, and educators to talk self-care for creatives. If you missed it, it’s not too late […]

Poetry Palooza via IWWG + I’m hosting the free kickoff event! – Sept. 13 @ 7pm ET

I’m pleased to announce the International Women’s Writing Guild‘s fall programming for Poetry Palooza! I’ll also be hosting the free kick-off panel with a stellar lineup of poets, writers, and educators to talk self-care for creatives on Tuesday, September 13 at 7pm Eastern Time. Click here to register […]

Tête-à-Tête: Trish Hopkinson interview via The Wise Owl + year-round submission call

It was a great pleasure to be interviewed by The Wise Owl for their Tête-à-Tête interview series in their latest Jade Edition issue. The Wise Owl is a new, international, monthly e-magazine publishing poetry, short fiction, non-fiction (essays, memoirs, travelogues, reviews (books/films/TV series/OTT releases), literary/critical writing, short film, […]

TrishHopkinson.com on indefinite hiatus

TrishHopkinson.com, aka SelfishPoet.com, has been running since 2014 and I’ve published over 2,100 posts in the last eight years. It has been an extremely rewarding project and was a complete surprise–I had no big plans when I first started sharing information for the poetry and literary community. When […]

My interview w/ Ellen Elder – co-poetry editor of Literary Mama + call for subs via Tell Tell Poetry

Welcome to the eleventh interview in my 12-part poetry submissions interview series for Tell Tell Poetry with Ellen Elder, co-poetry editor of Literary Mama–a publishing venue for writers who write about and identify as mothers and/or through mothering–talks with me about how she became a poetry editor, how Literary […]

50+ Lit Mags for Book Reviews & Author Interviews

The listings below are literary magazines and journals I found which do not charge submission fees and accept unsolicited submission of book reviews and author interviews. A few are paying, some are print publications, some require a query before you send a review to make sure it’s not […]

Seven Days, Twelve Months, and a Year – guest post by Brynda Mara

It’s gay pride month, and here I’m publishing a love story between a transgender person and I. It never crossed my mind that I would write an LGBTQ oriented POETRY collection, just like it never crossed my mind I would ever be in a relationship with a transgender […]

My interview w/ Camille Wanliss – founder of Galleyway via Tell Tell Poetry

Welcome to the tenth interview in my 12-part poetry submissions interview series for Tell Tell Poetry with Camille Wanliss, founder of Galleyway–an online platform that spotlights opportunities for BIPOC writers. Learn about what inspired her to start Galleyway, the benefits of participating in the literary community, the importance […]

NO FEE/THEMED submission call + editor interview – They Call Us Eve, DEADLINE: July 4, 2022

They Call Us is a new online, feminist literary magazine publishing a themed issue every three months. Past themes include They Call Us Flawed, They Call Us Theirs, They Call Us Damsels, and They Call Us Dykes. The current open call for poetry, prose, and artwork is for […]

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