I have been nominated for Poet of the Month of November 2019 by Spillwords.com. Spillwords members can click on the image to arrive at the screen where you can vote. All support is appreciated!
UPDATE: The voting is over. The link now goes to my poem “Blue Spacious Skies.” Thank you for the support!
Here is a shout out to David Ellis at Toofulltowrite.com for including our list of literary magazines accepting reprints among the resources of his site. They also have a literary magazine entitled, Auroras & Blossoms Poetry Journal, which has been added to our list (bringing it to 123 literary magazines accepting reprints). This publication does have a reading fee, but there is no fee for a single poem or 500-wd article. There are also separate submission guidelines for 13-16 year-old poets.
Originally posted on Writing Matters: I took the 2016 list entitled “185 Literary Magazines Accepting Reprints” from publishedtodeath.blogspot.com and manually checked each entry. Those which no longer functioned or explicitly stated they only want unpublished work have been removed. New entries are added when discovered. This list update is an ongoing process: last updated November…
A shout out to Trish Hopkinson for mentioning our list of 122 Literary Magazines Accepting Reprints in the following post on her blog!
UPDATED 11/10/2019 The article “What Is Considered Previously Published Writing?” on Writer’s Relief does a great job explaining all the nuances of determining if your work should be considered previously published. For example, is the original publisher still online? Is the issue out of print? Do blogs and social networking posts count? Many literary magazines and […]
My ekphrastic poem, “Echoes of Yesterday,” appeared today in The Ekphrastic Review. This poem first appeared in Nine Muses Poetry.
Thank you to Sparks of Calliope‘s editor Randal Burd for walking into November with “Solar Flare,” my riff on Mary Oliver’s “Wild Geese.” It is here I am in fine company as fellow poet and AWS editor Ray Ball has published her poem, “Return.” In the spirit that the writing community can sometimes mirror Alaska in the idea of ample ground and many connections, Randal Burd is poised to release his new collection of poetry with Kelsay Books, Memoirs of a Witness Tree, in spring 2020.
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