elsewhere is a new online literary magazine publishing flash fiction, prose poetry, and nonfiction on a bi-monthly basis. I wondered how and why this anthology came to be, so I asked editor Zach Power a few questions to find out. See my interview with Power and a link to their submission guidelines below. […]
saltfront “is an environmental humanities literary and art journal priming society for a radically new type of ecological storytelling.” They provide samples of the work they prefer as well as a list of “bearings and positions” to help submitters understand what they are looking for. They accept prose, poetry, and visual […]
Great guest blog post rewind up today from Dick Allen… the 13 ways to support poetry below include what to ask your local library, how to support poets you like, and quotes from others in the lit mag industry. “It is difficult to get the news from poems […]
My poem “And Finished knowing – then –” published in Pretty Owl Poetry + they are open for submissions!
I’m so pleased and honored to have my poem “And Finished knowing – then –” published in the Spring 2017 issue of Pretty Owl Poetry with some wonderfully talented friends and fellow poets, including CA Conrad, José Angel Araguz, and Sam Wein. I’m particularly excited about the publication of this poem […]
Inklette “is a not-for-profit, online literary magazine helmed by emerging artists and writers from all over. Inklette believes in the ability of art and literature to strike our consciousness in inexplicable ways.” The magazine was started as an e-newsletter by Devanshi Khetarpal in March 2014. They are currently open for submissions […]
Every once in a while, I put on my ears and go to a poetry open mike. I’ve been doing this for years. I’ve sipped coffee in countless cafés, fidgeted on innumerable uncomfortable chairs, and pondered art—the visual and the spoken kind—while poets belted out their work at […]
I may be a bit biased (because I’ve sat in on his classes and enjoyed his performance poetry for years), but Rob Carney’s guest blog posts on Terrain.org are not to be missed! Each post is a story, a poem, and will give you a little insight to his writing process. […]