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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.

My poem "Paused" published in Juniper – A Poetry Journal + submission tips!

I’m so grateful to have my poem “Paused” published in Juniper – A Poetry Journal’s current Summer 2020 issue. “Paused” is a reflection on the changes I’ve felt during the pandemic–the new way of approaching daily tasks that once felt burdensome, now bring a new perspective on slowing […]

My poem “Paused” published in Juniper – A Poetry Journal + submission tips!

I’m so grateful to have my poem “Paused” published in Juniper – A Poetry Journal’s current Summer 2020 issue. “Paused” is a reflection on the changes I’ve felt during the pandemic–the new way of approaching daily tasks that once felt burdensome, now bring a new perspective on slowing […]

NO FEE/THEMED Submission call + editor interview – the winnow, DEADLINE: Aug. 15, 2020

the winnow magazine  is a new online literary magazine, published twice a year and currently accepting submissions of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and artwork. They also provide a prompt including 18 words to use for inspiration based on the theme “word pool” for their forthcoming Winter 2020 issue. […]

Uncovering the History (and Future) of Blackout Poetry – guest blog post by Emily Ramser

The first time I asked to study blackout poetry, I was an undergrad at Salem College. I'd asked the director of my Creative Writing program to do my honors independent study on it. I remember sitting in her office on the second floor of Main Hall, fiddling with […]

My review of 'The Truth Is' by Avery M. Guess published by Diode + submission call!

My review of The Truth Is by Avery M. Guess was just published in Diode, a poetry journal and independent press that publishes poetry books and chapbooks. If you’re interested in writing reviews, browse through some the reviews Diode publishes in each monthly issue to get a feel for […]

My review of ‘The Truth Is’ by Avery M. Guess published by Diode + submission call!

My review of The Truth Is by Avery M. Guess was just published in Diode, a poetry journal and independent press that publishes poetry books and chapbooks. If you’re interested in writing reviews, browse through some the reviews Diode publishes in each monthly issue to get a feel for […]

7 European Lit Mags to Read/Submit to – guest post by Ana Prundaru

While the notability of literary powerhouses such as Granta, Edinburgh Review or the London Magazine is undisputed, there are countless lesser known literary platforms that highlight diverse voices in Europe without compromising quality. I don't often see smaller European literary magazines represented in submission calls, so I've assembled […]

NO FEE Submission call + editor interview – Rigorous, DEADLINE: July 5, 2020

Rigorous is an online journal that edited and written by people of color. They are currently open for submissions of “fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, visual art, sound art, audiovisual art and movies, cartoons, and any other artistic creations by people of color” until July 5, 2020. I wondered […]

My new micro-chapbook "Reconstructed Happiness" free printable download

Tremendous thanks to the fine editors of the Origami Poems Project for publishing my micro-chapbook and to Laura Burke for gorgeous artwork “What comes through” on the cover. You can read the poems or download a printable PDF to fold into a 6-page micro-chapbook for free! They have […]

My new micro-chapbook “Reconstructed Happiness” free printable download

Tremendous thanks to the fine editors of the Origami Poems Project for publishing my micro-chapbook and to Laura Burke for gorgeous artwork “What comes through” on the cover. You can read the poems or download a printable PDF to fold into a 6-page micro-chapbook for free! They have […]

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