Tag: self-publishing

Considering Self-Publishing – guest blog post by Kathy Lundy Derengowski

The time has come to think about publishing. You have at last, a “body of work", which represents many hours of writing, revision, submissions, acceptances, critiques, rejections, more revisions, editing- blood sweat and tears. You've been published on sites esteemed or obscure, your church bulletin, or Paris Review. […]

Need FREE public domain art for your poetry projects?

The British Library┬ávia Flikr now offers a huge variety and multiple albums to browse through of illustrations and art that are completely public domain and free to use! From beautiful typography, to bazaar illustrations, book covers, cycling, architecture, decorative papers, and so much more–the possibilities are endless. I’m […]

Need FREE public domain art for your poetry projects?

The British Library┬ávia Flikr now offers a huge variety and multiple albums to browse through of illustrations and art that are completely public domain and free to use! From beautiful typography, to bazaar illustrations, book covers, cycling, architecture, decorative papers, and so much more–the possibilities are endless. I’m […]

Want to create a chapbook? Get it published or print your own . . .

The Poetry Society of America provides a list of Chapbook Publishers on their site with links. This is a great place to start if you have a small collection of poems you’d like to have published. If you need help putting together your chapbook file to print some […]

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