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April is National Poetry Month! #NaPoMo–Prompts galore & other ways you can participate . . .

April 2021 marks the 25th annual celebration of poets and poetry and it’s not too late to make a plan for poetry month! Whether you want to sign up to write a poem a day or unofficially just plan to crank out some poetry in April, there are […]

PAYING/NO FEE submission call + editor interview – Writing Knights Press, DEADLINE: June 30, 2021

Writing Knights Press is an indie press publishing chapbooks, full length, and mixed media printed books of poetry, prose, fiction, nonfiction and/or visual art. Compensation is 10 author copies and royalties. See my interview with the press staff and a link to submission guidelines below. HOPKINSON: Tell me […]

“Write and Submit: Self-portrait Poems” IWWG Workshop – Wednesdays in March

I’m pleased to announce I’ll be teaching a poetry workshop for the International Women’s Writing Guild for their Digital Village series! In this workshop, participants learn how to create poems using writing prompts focused on expression of the self, then revise and prepare the poems for submitting to […]

Honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Poetry, Music, & Film

Today, I’m immersing myself in reading poems to honor Martin Luther King Jr. and listening to my favorite community radio station KRCL 90.9 FM streaming online as they play music and speech excerpts in his honor. You can also listen to the entirety of his “I Have a […]

NO FEE submission call + editor interview – ang(st) zine, DEADLINE: Sept. 10, 2020

ang(st) zine is an intersectional, transnational, diverse, inclusive, and queer feminist zine. They publish two themed issues a year in April and October and are currently open for prose, poetry, and visual art, “but we are open to interstitial and hybrid pieces: micros, personal essays, visual poetry, etc.” […]

Trish Hopkinson's "Letter to Covid-19" and a Reading of Meg Day's "Psalm for July” via 15 Bytes

I’m honored to be included in 15 Bytes: Utah’s Art Magazine for their Poets in Pajamas National Poetry Month series. The series provides audio recordings of each poet reading one of their own poems as well as a reading of a poem by a poet they admire. I […]

National Poetry Month Celebrations Go Online by Devi Lockwood via The New York Times

This great list of National Poetry Month online open mics and readings curated by Devi Lockwood includes a list of online open mics, readings, classes, workshops, and prompts. I’m specifically watching for the next Self-ish open mic, and you can imagine why :). Also on the list, one […]

Sheltering-In: Poems And Poetry Resources via Northampton Arts Council

This great list of National Poetry Month resources curated by Northampton Poet Laureate Karen Skolfield for sheltering in, includes 12 categories with lists and links of sites I often frequent myself as well as many others with online readings, online workshops, podcasts & audio, writing tips, prompts, etc. […]

April is National Poetry Month! #NaPoMo–Prompts galore & other ways you can participate . . .

It's not too late to make a plan for poetry month! Whether you want to sign up to write a poem a day or unofficially just plan to crank out some poetry in April, there are plenty of prompts and resources to keep you going strong all month. […]

NO FEE submission call + editor interview – FewerThan500, DEADLINE: Always Open

FewerThan500 is “an online literary journal dedicated to publishing the work of those skilled at expressing creative talent in fewer than 500 words. We pride ourselves in publishing work from writers and photographers around the world.” They publish one to two times a week and are seeking unpublished, […]

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