Trish Hopkinson has always loved words—in fact, her mother tells everyone she was born with a pen in her hand. She is author of three chapbooks and has been published in several anthologies and journals, including Stirring, Pretty Owl Poetry, and The Penn Review. She is a product director by profession and resides in Utah with her handsome husband and their two outstanding children. You can follow Hopkinson on her blog where she shares information on how to write, publish, and participate in the greater poetry community at https://trishhopkinson.com/.
“What You Need to Know About Me” is an exciting new anthology (published by The Hawkins Project, co-founded by Dave Eggers) that highlights the experiences of young people (ages 11-24) who have immigrated from one country to another. The International Alliance of Youth Writing Centers was conceived in […]
My review of Nightingale by Paisley Rekdal was just published on 15 Bytes: Utah’s Art Magazine. If you’re interested in writing reviews, check out this post of Journals That Publish Poetry Book Reviews by Diane Lockward. You can browse through some of the reviews being published to get a feel […]
Former People is an international online literary and art journal publishing continuously throughout the year. They are open for submissions of poetry, flash fiction, non-fiction, interviews, reviews, multimedia, and artwork. I wanted to know more about how and why this journal began, so I asked co-founder and Managing […]
I’m very humbled to have my poem “In my mother’s mouth” published in The Rumpus for their ENOUGH series. Make sure not to miss the other stunning work in this week’s post–poems by Kathleen Hellen and Elana Lev Friedland. ENOUGH is a Rumpus series devoted to creating a […]
Unlikely Stories Marx V is the new incarnation of the electronic magazine, Unlikely Stories, which has been published online since 1998. They publish poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction, including firsthand accounts of sociopolitical activism. As well as galleries of visual art, music, spoken word, other forms of aural art, and audiovisual presentations. I was curious […]
Pretty Owl Poetry, a Pittsburgh-based online literary arts journal, is introducing a new prompt series: POPcraft: Tarot for Poets. Every other week a new writing prompt will be featured on the website (www.prettyowlpoetry.com) and will focus on a Tarot spread readers can use for writing inspiration. A play […]
Some amazing work happening in the literary community in Utah this year, with an explosion of incredible events and moments during National Poetry Month. It was an honor to read with friend and fellow poet Jennifer Tonge at the Finch Lane Gallery in downtown Salt Lake City on […]