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10 Literary Magazines Featuring Disabled Writers and Artists

Thank you to The University of Arizona Poetry Center for publishing my article on their resourceful site! “There are many literary magazines and journals that promote and lift underrepresented voices traditionally not published or recognized. Whether you are a lover of literature, a professor, or poet, writer, or […]

Write, publish, or participate in poetry – Poetry blog hits 10K followers!

Welcome! I’ve been posting poetry related information on my blog almost daily since October 2014. Below is a summary of the types of information I post, where, and how to access it quickly. If you are looking for information on how to write, publish, or participate in the […]

WordPress Discover editors’ picks of the best Writing blogs–including this one!

Are you following WordPress Discover yet? If not, you may be missing out on a quick and easy way to find the best blogs on all sorts of topics, including one on Writing blogs! Their generous editors not only featured my blog last week, but also tweeted it […]

WordPress Discover editors' picks of the best Writing blogs–including this one!

Are you following WordPress Discover yet? If not, you may be missing out on a quick and easy way to find the best blogs on all sorts of topics, including one on Writing blogs! Their generous editors not only featured my blog last week, but also tweeted it […]

Why We Write Poetry – guest blog post by Anna DiMartino

Every poet has, at some time, experienced those woeful lulls in writing; those days or months or sometimes even years when life seems to offer little poetic inspiration. When we're so stuck in the banal routine of daily life: driving kids to and from school, making dinner, doing […]

Anything and everything poetry–check out this extensive resource on textetc.com

This poetry site has everything! Set aside some time to browse textetc.com and it’s in depth listings, resources, workshop exercises, and more. The Resources page alone can keep you intrigued for hours. It includes detailed pages devoted to the following topics: Poetry Online – ezine directories and other […]

Trish Hopkinson
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