Paper Dragon is the new online literary magazine for Drexel University and is currently open for their next issue. They are accepting submissions of fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, short screenplays, and art until October 15, 2021. See my interview with editor William Vargo and a link to submission […]
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.
Untitled is a new platform co-founded by Ollie Charles and events producer Nicola Lampard to amplify and uplift underrepresented writers. “We are looking for impassioned storytellers to share their work; underrepresented writers include those from a socio-economically marginalised backgrounds, LGBTQ+ Writers (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer), Black Writers, […]
You do not want to miss this virtual reading! The reading is free to register and attendees receive a 50% coupon for any book or book order from the Kelsay Books online store. Don’t miss hearing from these incredible Kelsey Books authors and featured poets: Alfred Nicol, Allison […]
My interview with Denise Hill, Editor-in-Chief of New Pages via Tell Tell Poetry + Calls and Contests!
Welcome to the second interview in my 12-part poetry submissions interview series for Tell Tell Poetry with Denise Hill, Editor-in-Chief of New Pages! Denise and I originally connected because we are both beer lovers and say so in our bios. She’s been involved with New pages since the […]
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 […]
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 poetry advocates, incredible teachers, and poets on Tuesday, September 14 at 7pm Eastern Time. Click here to register for the free […]
Retreats, conferences, or workshops – referring here to a writing experience that usually lasts a few days in a row, often recurring annually, as opposed to a workshop that you attend weekly or monthly. The conference is often something larger, possibly at an academic site, and retreat evokes […]
streetcake is an online magazine founded in 2008 and is currently open for submissions of poetry and short fiction for their writing prize. Prizes include mentoring sessions, email feedback, book bundles, and publication. They publish little “slices” of writing prompts on their Submissions page, so check those out […]
Honey Literary is a new BIPOC-focused literary journal built by women of color. Their first issue went live earlier this year and is available to read online so you can get a feel for the types of work they publish. They are currently open to submissions of Poetry, […]
This list grew out of my curiosity over literary magazines and Twitter followers and grew into a list to help people find places to submit and to create community. New, exciting avenues for online lit are popping up all the time. All the information in this list is […]