Tag: The Found Poetry Review

Finding the Right Words: What is Found Poetry? – guest blog post by Laurie Kolp

When I returned to teaching in October 2015 after a 14-year hiatus, not only did it seem hard to find the time to write, but it also became a challenge to find what to write. The words just were not there. I was learning to juggle motherhood with […]

4 of my poems published in Wild Horses: Women on Fire by ELJ Editions

I am honored to have four of my found poems published in Wild Horses: Women on Fire with so many amazing and powerful women writers in this annual print journal published by ELJ Editions to celebrate Women's History Month. I’m particularly proud of these poems, which I wrote as part of […]

Which lit mags publish nontraditional forms and found poetry?

Now that National Poetry Month has concluded, and I know many of you attempted and/or finished a 30/30 poetry project, now it’s time to submit! Here are some quirky, open form type lit mags to get you started! Most editors are happy to answer questions regarding submissions. If […]

PoMoSco: Celebrating National Poetry Month 2015 via The Found Poetry Review

Once again I am participating in The Found Poetry Review’s NaPoMo challenge! The web site launched today with an onslaught of beautifully written found poetry from participants. You can read their official announcement on their blog here: You can see all poems on the official site below, including […]

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