Tag: Chen Chen

NO FEE Submission call + editor interview – Underblong, DEADLINE: Sept. 30, 2019

Underblong is an intriguing online poetry journal founded by poets Chen Chen​ and Sam Herschel Wein. Their 3rd issue just went live and is bursting with incredible poetry! Make sure not to miss the audio recordings of the poets reading their poems. There’s just nothing better than hearing […]

Proceeds from my chapbook Footnote go to charities – ACLU, Lambda, or Utah Humanities (Limited Offer!)

You can now order a signed copy of my chapbook Footnote, and for the next couple of weeks all proceeds ($6 per order) go to one of three charities of your choice: ACLU, Lambda, or Utah Humanities. Click here for to order Footnote Once sold out, regular unsigned […]

Virtual Creativity: How The Speakeasy Project is Fostering a Space for Writers – guest blog post by Isabelle Jia

An interview with Program Director & Founder, Tyler Tsay, on what The Speakeasy Project brings to the writing world. What is The Speakeasy Project? The Speakeasy Project is an online workshop space for students of all ages. By offering workshops entirely online, we hope to bring the space […]

NO FEE Submission call + editor interview – Underblong, DEADLINE: Open year-round

Underblong is an intriguing new online poetry journal recently founded by poets Chen Chen and Sam Herschel Wein. Their second issue just went live and is bursting with incredible poetry! Make sure not to miss the audio recordings of the poets reading their poems. There’s just simply nothing better than […]

Proceeds from my chapbook Footnote go to charities – ACLU, Lambda, or Utah Humanities (Limited Offer!)

You can now order a signed copy of my new chapbook Footnote, and for the next couple of weeks all proceeds ($6 per order) go to one of three charities of your choice: ACLU, Lambda, or Utah Humanities. Click here for to order Footnote Once sold out, regular […]

Carpe Noctem Interview: Trish Hopkinson with Nicole Rollender re: my new chapbook “Footnote”

Carpe Noctem is the blog and amazing interview series of friend and fellow poet Nicole Rollender where she graciously interviewed me about my new chapbook Footnote, recently published by Lithic Press. Her interviews dig deep into the manuscript and publishing process, asking poets about the details of their […]

Carpe Noctem Interview: Trish Hopkinson with Nicole Rollender re: my new chapbook "Footnote"

Carpe Noctem is the blog and amazing interview series of friend and fellow poet Nicole Rollender where she graciously interviewed me about my new chapbook Footnote, recently published by Lithic Press. Her interviews dig deep into the manuscript and publishing process, asking poets about the details of their […]

Proceeds from my chapbook Footnote go to charities – ACLU, Lambda, or Utah Humanities (Limited Offer!)

You can now order a signed copy of my new chapbook Footnote, and for the next couple of weeks all proceeds ($6 per order) go to one of three charities of your choice: ACLU, Lambda, or Utah Humanities. Click here for to order Footnote Once sold out, regular […]

Pre-order special – my new chapbook Footnote + free poem critique

You can still pre-order my new chapbook Footnote, and for the next couple of weeks until it is officially released, I’ll include a free poem critique via email with every order and personally sign and ship the chapbook. (I’ll include a few other goodies too while supplies last, […]

NO FEE Submission call + editor interview – Stirring’s LOUD / SOFT / RESPOND, DEADLINE: June 1, 2017

Founded in 1999, by Sundress Publications, Stirring: A Literary Collection is one of the oldest continuously publishing journals on the internet. Stirring is a strictly electronic journal that publishes monthly issues on the first of each month. All of there past issues are available online in their Archives. To view their […]

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