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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.

NO FEE submission call + editor interview – Dear Loneliness (EX/POST), DEADLINE: Ongoing

Dear Loneliness¬†is an EX/POST Magazine production with the goal to write the longest letter in the world to fight loneliness. They are planning to break the Guinness world record letter length of 290 meters--three football fields’ or almost 1,000 sheets of A4 paper--together. They are currently open through […]

NO FEE submission call + editor interview – The Revolution (Relaunch), DEADLINE: Always Open

The Revolution (Relaunch) is a monthly online and print literary publication and a revisionary, radical, and creative resurgence of the weekly women's rights newspaper founded by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony (1868-1872), which was the official publication of the National Woman Suffrage Association. Per their About […]

Balancing 'The Bell Jar': How Sylvia Plath Led to a New Appreciation for Poetry – guest blog post by Jessica Stilling

I don't know what it was about The Bell Jar that made me want to write about it but from the second I put the book down I knew there had to be more to Sylvia Plath and her character, Esther Greenwood's, story. When I learned that Plath […]

Balancing ‘The Bell Jar’: How Sylvia Plath Led to a New Appreciation for Poetry – guest blog post by Jessica Stilling

I don't know what it was about The Bell Jar that made me want to write about it but from the second I put the book down I knew there had to be more to Sylvia Plath and her character, Esther Greenwood's, story. When I learned that Plath […]

NO FEE submission call + editor interview – Journal of Expressive Writing, DEADLINE: Rolling/year-round

The Journal of Expressive Writing is a new online literary journal focused on expressive writing in any form originated from a writing prompt. “Expressive writing--also called emotional writing--is the process of writing about personal and emotional events without regard to form, structure, spelling, grammar, or punctuation. Essentially, it […]

NO FEE submission call + editor interview – PoArtMo Anthology, DEADLINE: Aug. 23, 2020

The PoArtMo Anthology is a new project of Auroras & Blossoms poetry journal and is “a digital anthology celebrating the most creative and inspiring art that has been produced in 2020.” They are currently open for submissions of poetry, flash fiction, short stories, photography, drawings, and paintings. You […]

Summer Journals 2020 (open for submissions) via Diane Lockward

A big thank you to Diane Lockward for posting such a great list on her poetry blog! (It’s one less list for me to create.) The list provides links to each journal and reading periods. She recently updated it to include even more journals, so this is a […]

NO FEE Submission call + editor interview – Siyaah Qalam Akhbar, DEADLINE: Year-round

Siyaah Qalam Akhbar is a Pakistan based, dual language, print akhbar (magazine) focused on emerging writers and artists and includes a Pride section for LGBTQIA+ contributors. They are open year-round for prose, poetry, sketches, photography, and political views. I wanted to know more, so I asked their staff […]

NO FEE Submission call + editor interview – About Place, DEADLINE: Aug. 1, 2020

About Place Journal is an online literary journal “published by the Black Earth Institute dedicated to re-forging the links between art and spirit, earth and society.” You can read all the issues online to get a feel for the type of work they are accepting for publication. They […]

Tending the Roots in a STEM-Crazed World – guest blog post by Prartho Sereno

Excerpts from Prartho Sereno's book-in-progress, Tending the Roots in a STEM-Crazed World: Gleanings from a Curriculum in Wonder If' a child loses her natural friendship with the world of animals and trees, her sense of belonging to the realms of weather and the moon and stars' how will […]

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