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Poetry Palooza workshops, open mics & contest via IWWG continue from Aug 12 – Nov 5, 2021

I’m pleased to announce the International Women’s Writing Guild‘s fall programming for Poetry Palooza! I recently hosted the free kick-off panel with a stellar lineup of poetry advocates, incredible teachers, and poets. If you missed it, it’s not too late to watch the video, hear what we’re up […]

Kelsay Books Free Virtual Poetry Reading + 50% off books! on Sat. Sept. 25, 2021, 3:00pm ET

You do not want to miss this virtual reading! The reading is free to register and attendees receive a 50% coupon for any book or book order from the Kelsay Books online store. Don’t miss hearing from these incredible Kelsey Books authors and featured poets: Alfred Nicol, Allison […]

Poetry Palooza Event Series via IWWG + I’m hosting the free kickoff event! – Sept. 14 @ 7pm ET

I’m pleased to announce the International Women’s Writing Guild‘s fall programming for Poetry Palooza! I’ll also be hosting the free kick-off panel with a stellar lineup of poetry advocates, incredible teachers, and poets on Tuesday, September 14 at 7pm Eastern Time. Click here to register for the free […]

Big Little Places: Presses and Magazines w/ Under 5K Likes on Twitter – guest post by Caleb Jordan

This list grew out of my curiosity over literary magazines and Twitter followers and grew into a list to help people find places to submit and to create community. New, exciting avenues for online lit are popping up all the time. All the information in this list is […]

My Masters Degrees Didn’t Prepare Me for Publishing – guest blog post by Kristiane Weeks-Rogers

Pursuing a higher education degree was an easy choice for me after undergrad. I am a scholar and will always love to learn. Looking back on when I first dived into applying for a masters program I could start the summer I graduated from college, I do remember […]

The Rejection Jar – guest blog post by Zoë Fay-Stindt

Right now, I’m making eyes at my most steadfast companion over the last six months, sitting patiently on the window ledge—my sweet rejection jar. The small honeypot that’s come to be one of my most valued writing tools, helping me smooth over the sharp edges of submitting work […]

Spiraling Through Structure – guest blog post by Christine Stewart-Nuñez

Last month at my poetry reading in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the bookstore owner introduced me with an anecdote. He described an open-mic regular who summoned the courage to read because he realized that “everyone’s got something to say.” I recalled the summer in my early 20s when […]

Writer’s Block and Writing to a Prompt – guest blog post by Kathy Lundy Derengowski

Are you feeling stuck? Is your muse off flirting with other authors? Do idle pens and pencils and blank pages fill you with guilt? Do you have a bad case of what we commonly call “Writers Block”? Well, oddly enough, it is a description that does not apply […]

“How to Choose Publications for Your Poetry” session for IWWG online conference – July 23 @ 1pm ET

I’m pleased to announce, not only have I joined the board for the International Women’s Writing Guild, but I’ll also be presenting a session for their summer conference Writing Your Way Forward on Friday, July 23 at 1pm Eastern Time on how to choose publications for your poetry. […]

TrishHopkinson.com included in Writer’s Digest 101 Best Websites for Writers

Thanks to my readers who nominated my site for inclusion in this helpful list curated by Writer’s Digest every year. A pleasant surprise to receive this issue in my mailbox while taking a month long break from my site, but I’m back! I’m honored and thrilled to be […]

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