My interview with Kelle Grace Gaddis just went up on The Review Review! It was a pleasure to chat with Gaddis about her experience running a press and publishing the Shake the Tree anthologies. If you aren’t familiar with The Review Review, set aside an hour or two with […]
Happy New Year and big thanks to such an incredible online community of poets, writers, and supporters! I started actively posting and promoting this poetry blog in October 2014, and have seen a constant increase in traffic, likes, and followers. I’ve met some amazing and talented people along […]
Kimberly Burnham’s most recent book, Awakenings: Peace Dictionary, Language and the Mind, a Daily Brain Health Program is on free download on December 24-25, 2018 at http://www.NerveWhisperer.Solutions. In an English dictionary the word “peace” is often found between the entry for “pay” or “pea” and “peacock”, “peach”, or […]
This article by Kim Winternheimer published on The Masters Review blog is an excellent discussion on how to strategically submit your work and includes great tips. The article is divided into 6 key sections, including: Top-Tier Publication Goals Staggering Submissions When To Call It Quits Submitting The Same […]
Where to Submit in Dec 2018 – Feb 2019 by Entropy (filtered for poetry & no fee!)–the list of all lists!
Entropy is a “website featuring literary & non-literary content. A website that seeks to engage with the literary community, that becomes its own community, and creates a space for literary & non-literary ideas.” They recently posted an article on where to submit December through February. Click here to read the […]
This list of 125 writing prompts for poetry is a great place to start if you need ideas to help generate new poems. The list is divided into categories: Momentous Occasions Everyday Moments First Times Nature and Space Food Inspirations Meeting the Unexpected Mysterious Places Poetry Exercises The […]
This list from Hyacinth Girl Press is a great place to start if you’re looking for chapbooks to send to friends/family as holiday gifts or as a better greeting card! Cards are often overpriced and quickly discarded. Why not send a book of poetry instead! I’m thrilled that […]