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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/.
Originally posted on Silver Birch Press:
LEARNING TO DANCE by Carol A. Stephen There’s something elemental in the odour of death, each myth dissected, the way boys dissect frogs, then wash hands in the pond’s fog. Each remembers the veined legs, the death-croak, wonders what to tell mother…
Today is Sylvia Plath’s birthday, she would have turned 82 today; making her 40 years my senior and the same age as my grandmother. Click to listen to this radio program recording from Clocktower Radio, posted today by Aerogramme Studio. The recording includes readings from The Beehive, Stings, […]
This seems fairly well developed. Their stats are included in the graphic below… maybe if I’m feeling ambitious I’ll start one just for poetry in my area :). That said, there were five groups within 25 miles of Utah County… not a big metro area, worth checking out! […]
Listen to my audio recording of “Footnote to a Footnote.” Originally published by Chagrin River Review online journal, Lakeland Community College, Fall 2013. See http://www.chagrinriverreview.com/trish-hopkinson.html for the journal and audio of the poem.
This article by Neon Magazine has some great tips. I’ve done my fair share of submitting, and I can attest to not only the time it takes to thoroughly read and meet all of the submission guidelines, but how important it is if you are serious about sharing […]
This lovely journal pays both prose writers and poets, according to its submission page: “We are happy to announce that we are now paying writers! Starting with Issue 75, Willow Springs will pay contributors $100 per published prose piece and $20 per published poem. There is a $3 […]