Kind of a Hurricane Press has consistent calls for submissions for each of their upcoming themed anthologies. The guidelines are easy to follow and A.J. Huffman is quick to respond and runs an organized press! Her poem “from Wine, this Whimsy” was also just published by Silver Birch […]
Trish Hopkinson is a poet, blogger, and advocate for the literary arts. You can find her online at SelfishPoet.com and provisionally in Utah, where she runs the regional poetry group Rock Canyon Poets and folds poems to fill Poemball machines for Provo Poetry. Her poetry has been published in several lit mags and journals, including Tinderbox, Glass Poetry Press, and The Penn Review; her third chapbook Footnote was published by Lithic Press in 2017. Hopkinson will happily answer to labels such as atheist, feminist, and empty nester; and enjoys traveling, live music, wine-tasting, and craft beer.
Informative article with practical tips on why and how to apply to an MFA program. More good reasons to continue studying and writing outside of academia. A formal MFA isn’t for everyone! If you like this post, please share with your writerly friends and/or follow my blog or like my […]
I know I post a lot of stuff from Brainpickings, but they do such a fabulous job summarizing and providing vivid detail, I simply can’t resist! This article Neil Gaiman’s 8 Rules of Writing by Maria Popova not only provides his eight tips, but also links to several […]
These journals pay their contributing writers! As always, read submission guidelines CAREFULLY. Don’t get rejected for not following the rules. Read as many reading samples or past issues you can for each of the journals you’re submitting to, in order to make sure you are sending your best work which […]
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Poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti‘s 96th birthday rolls around on March 24, 2015. Let’s get a head start on celebrating this iconic author’s nativity by paying homage to his classic poem “I Am Waiting,” which first appeared in A Coney Island of the Mind —…
My interview with Found Poetry Review was posted today! The Found Poetry Review was founded in 2011 and celebrates the poetry in the existing and the everyday.
This month’s edition of Verse-Virtual not only published four of my poems, but also, included Utah fellow poet Colin B. Douglas whose poems are not to be missed! Colin is “the preeminent Mormon, surrealist, Native American (Samish Indian Nation) poet over the age of seventy writing in Utah at this time. Retired […]