The Sunflower Collective “is a blog that celebrates dilettantism in Poetry and aims at showcasing poets who have not necessarily been trained formally. We publish and reprint works of both published and unpublished poets we like. We dig the Beats and Hungryalist schools of poetry and believe in John Coltrane’s introspective […]
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/.
This list of poetic forms compiled by Robert Lee Brewer of Writer’s Digest includes links to each of his articles for each of the forms. Each article includes the requirements of the form, as well as examples, other related links, and definitions when needed. I also like Brewer’s […]
Ink&Nebula is a new poetry journal “for established voices (Ink) and holding particular space for emerging ones (Nebula).” They accept submissions from both published (Ink submission) and previously unpublished poets (Nebula submission). By previously unpublished they mean “poets who do not have work that has been published by someone […]
The Deaf Poet Society is a new online literary magazine featuring writers and artists with disabilities. They are currently seeking submissions of poetry, prose, cross-genre work, book reviews, and artwork for publication. They publish an online issue four times a year: January, April, July, and October. You can read or […]
I’m pleased to announce my last publication of this year— my poems “carambola” and “Ascent” were published on Isacoustic! Carambola is also known as star fruit, a beautiful yellow and the inspiration for the first poem. “Ascent” reflects on the negative aspects of heritage or ancestry and how […]
I admit it. I used to sit down with every intention to write a poem and only stared at the empty page in my journal. It seemed so foreboding and austere, so empty, and the responsibility to write something worthy, so overwhelming. It was times like those that […]
My interview with Kelle Grace Gaddis just went up on The Review Review! It was a pleasure to chat with Gaddis about her experience running a press and publishing the Shake the Tree anthologies. If you aren’t familiar with The Review Review, set aside an hour or two with […]