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.
Originally posted on michaelalexanderchaney:
Baltimore Review It is always nice to see a prestigious journal publish fresh, new voices. Such is the case on a routine basis for the Baltimore Review. Most recently, you can check out Priyatam Mudivarti’s “Blue Flame.” It’s a beautifully weird and hauntingly rich…
So pleased to have three of my poems “Musings of a Mother,” “The Day You Were Born,” and “Waiting Around,” published along with other amazing authors in the December issue of Verse-Virtual. Also, make sure not to miss the editor’s note, a brief and lovely homage to Emily Dickinson […]
Beautifully done graphics based on iconic poems . . ..
Redactions is easy to navigate and is chock full of writing and poetry resources. Specifically, the site includes: A list of nearly 700 poetry book publishers with links (print books and are not vanity presses) A list of presses with open readings (links and important notes, reading fees, […]
Whether you are just starting to consider submitting your work or are submitting regularly, part 2 of this article by Becky Tuch gives a reviewers inside look at the most quirky, well-done journals and lit mags. It includes links to each with a brief description. It also includes […]
I’ve taken two workshops with The Rooster Moans and am registered for another beginning of next year. Compared to some of the other online poetry workshop courses, these are quite affordable, most run about $100 or so and are discounted if you sign up early. The format is […]
From the Barrelhouse Submission page: “Selected manuscripts will be published by Barrelhouse Books in an initial run of 1,000 copies. Authors will receive $500 at the time of publication and royalties later on.” Manuscripts can include previously published individual poems, but the collection itself needs to be unpublished, […]