My interview with Found Poetry Review was posted today! The Found Poetry Review was founded in 2011 and celebrates the poetry in the existing and the everyday.
If you don’t already subscribe to Erika Dreifus‘ free monthly newsletter The Practicing Writer you may be missing some great opportunities. It’s a nice reminder that you need to submit your writing on a regular basis to get your work out there… it’s also a nice reminder that […]
The Grinder is a submission tracker and market database is similar to Duotrope, but completely FREE! You can search open submissions, details for each market, and track each submission. The site is currently in BETA, but the creators have no intent to make it a pay site. Their […]
NewPages is known as being a great resource for creative writing resources in general. Not only do they include listings for workshops, conferences, and writing contests, but they include a Calls for Submissions list which is kept updated with current open calls. You can also search by genre […]
A great, quick article from Writer’s Circle provides tips on how to get the most out of your social media efforts and promote your writing in an effective way, including information for the following top six tips: 6 Social Media Tips for Writers Don’t promote yourself 24/7 Pick platforms that […]
This seems fairly well developed. Their stats are included in the graphic below… maybe if I’m feeling ambitious I’ll start one just for poetry in my area :). That said, there were five groups within 25 miles of Utah County… not a big metro area, worth checking out! […]
This article by Neon Magazine has some great tips. I’ve done my fair share of submitting, and I can attest to not only the time it takes to thoroughly read and meet all of the submission guidelines, but how important it is if you are serious about sharing […]