Tag: Poetry Book Reviews

6 Thoughts on Reviewing Poetry + tips & where to submit reviews – guest blog post by Alina Stefanescu

1. I come to reviewing as a reader, a simple lover of books. For many years, I believed that loving a book was not reason enough to review it. I believed that one needed special degrees in judgement in order to be able to speak of books with […]

Where to Submit Book Reviews–60 Lit Mags/Journals!

The listings below are literary magazines and journal I found which do not charge submission fees and accept unsolicited submission of book reviews. A few are paying, some are print publications, some require a query before you send a review to make sure it’s not a book for […]

PR for Poets - How Do I Promote My Books During a Pandemic? – guest blog post by Jeannine Hall Gailey

A few years ago, I wrote a post here about how to promote a book of poetry with a chronic illness or a disability. That post was a digest of ideas from my how-to book from Two Sylvias Press, PR for Poets. With everything going on, I thought […]

5 Tips to Acquire Your Dream Endorsements – guest blog post by John Sibley Williams

For my previous poetry collections, I had kept my endorsements close to home, inviting poets I knew personally and whose passionate support I could trust. In all honesty, I also feared it an imposition to contact “big names" in our poetry community whose work I admired yet to […]

Underline Poetry – Broadcast & Archive, Poetry for a Digital Landscape: guest blog post by Leonard Zawadski

Underline Poetry – Broadcast & Archive launched on August 15th, 2018, as a poetry-based web-series. The first two episodes are available either on YouTube (we'd love for you to subscribe: http://bit.ly/UnderlineYT) or on the Underline Poetry Co. website (www.UnderlinePoetry.org). Our website also showcases: additional information regarding Underline Poetry […]

Underline Poetry – Broadcast & Archive, Poetry for a Digital Landscape: guest blog post by Leonard Zawadski

Underline Poetry – Broadcast & Archive launched on August 15th, 2018, as a poetry-based web-series. The first two episodes are available either on YouTube (we'd love for you to subscribe: http://bit.ly/UnderlineYT) or on the Underline Poetry Co. website (www.UnderlinePoetry.org). Our website also showcases: additional information regarding Underline Poetry […]

Overcoming Doubt as a Book Reviewer – guest blog post by Anita Olivia Koester

Sometimes people come to me to ask for advice on how to write a book review. My internal response is “I don't know," and yet, I've written nearly 30 book reviews in the past twelve months. Instead of this unhelpful answer I tell them--remain open, put aside yourself […]

PR for Poets - How Can I Get My Book Reviewed? – guest blog post by Jeannine Hall Gailey

My new book from Two Sylvias Press, PR for Poets, is a guide for beginning to mid-career poets to learn how to build an audience and promote their books. Think of it as a guide to getting read. People have asked me many times while doing talks on […]

NO FEE Submission call for book reviews + editor interview – The Bind, DEADLINE: Always open

The Bind was created to increase exposure for new poetry books by women and nonbinary authors. They publish creative reviews of full-length collections and chapbooks of poetry and hybrid-genre work, including translated work. “This is an intersectional feminist venture, and we aim to include books by women and […]

FREE Poetry email newsletter + interview with Erica Goss

Erica Goss recently told me about a new poetry email newsletter she’s starting for 2018, so of course, I needed to know more! See my interview with Goss along with how to sign up for the newsletter below. Erica Goss┬áserved as Poet Laureate of Los Gatos, CA from […]

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