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Where to submit formal verse (rhyming, blank verse, villanelle, sonnet, etc.)

UPDATED JULY 7, 2016 Most editors are happy to answer questions regarding submissions. If a lit mag seems like a good fit for your work and it happens to be a specific form, such as rhyming, blank verse, villanelle, sonnet, pantoum, light verse, etc. contact them via email […]

53 markets to submit formal verse (rhyming, blank verse, villanelle, sonnet, etc.) + 7 PAYING listings!

Where to Submit Formal Verse Updated JULY 7, 2016 Most editors are happy to answer questions regarding submissions. If a lit mag seems like a good fit for your work and it happens to be a specific form, such as rhyming, blank verse, villanelle, sonnet, pantoum, light verse, etc. […]

Where to submit formal verse (rhyming, blank verse, villanelle, sonnet, etc.) – 6 new listings!

UPDATED JULY 7, 2016 Most editors are happy to answer questions regarding submissions. If a lit mag seems like a good fit for your work and it happens to be a specific form, such as rhyming, blank verse, villanelle, sonnet, pantoum, light verse, etc. contact them via email […]

My poem “Dis-ease” plus my son’s artwork published in Verse-Virtual’s January issue

It’s always a pleasure to be published along side so many amazing poets in Verse-Virtual, and January’s issue is no exception. This issue is particularly important because it not only includes my blank verse poem “Dis-ease” but is accompanied by the drawing my son Skyler created to go along with […]

My poem "Dis-ease" plus my son's artwork published in Verse-Virtual's January issue

It’s always a pleasure to be published along side so many amazing poets in Verse-Virtual, and January’s issue is no exception. This issue is particularly important because it not only includes my blank verse poem “Dis-ease” but is accompanied by the drawing my son Skyler created to go along with […]

Where to Submit Formal Verse (rhyming, blank verse, villanelle, sonnet, etc.)

  Most editors are happy to answer questions regarding submissions. If a lit mag seems like a good fit for your work and it happens to be a specific form, such as rhyming, blank verse, villanelle, sonnet, pantoum, light verse, etc. contact them via email or on other […]

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