Tag: Poetry

  • Contest :: Submit to the 2022 Blue Lynx Prize for Poetry

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    Deadline: June 15, 2022
    Lynx House Press seeks submissions of full-length poetry manuscripts for the annual Blue Lynx Prize for Poetry. The winner will receive $2,000 and publication. Entries must be at least 48 pages in length. The fee for submitting is $28. Previous judges include James Tate, Yusef Komunyakaa, Dorianne Laux, Dara Wier, Melissa Kwasny, and Robert Wrigley.

  • Open Skies, Desert Voices Poetry Reading 

    Photos of Lois Roma-Deeley, Rosemarie Dombrowski, and Patricia Murphy

    In celebration of Women’s History Month enjoy a special virtual reading with three Arizona poets: Lois Roma-Deeley, Rosemarie Dombrowski, and Patricia Murphy.

    The event will take place Thursday, March 31 at 7PM. Tickets are Pay-What-You-Wish. RSVPs are required. You will receive information on how to participate after you reserve your spot.

    RSVP here.

  • Grand Little Things – Feb 2022

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    Online literary magazine Grand Little Things is dedicated to “returning versification to verse.” They publish work on a rolling basis throughout the month. During February, they featured poems by J.P. Sexton, Gillian Thomas, Mark Burgh, Fabrice Poussin, Seth Wieck, Diane Lee Moomey, Louise Machen, J. Napolitano, Lisa Creech Bledsoe, and Paul Jones. Stop by Grand Little Things to read these and more.

  • Traveling With the Ghosts

    Poetry by Stella Vinitchi Radulescu
    Orison Books, December 2021
    ISBN-13: 978-1-949039-25-2
    Paperback: 108pp; $16.00

    In her latest collection of English-language poems, trilingual poet Stella Vinitchi Radulescu continues to explore the capabilities and limits of language itself as the nexus where thought and physicality meet. Gathering fragments of idea and image from a vast constellation of influences, Radulescu’s nimble, ever-surprising poems weave a tapestry that embodies what it feels like to be both intensely alive and knowingly transient.

  • Buschi’s Paddock

    Guest Post by David Ruekberg.

    In Paddock images circulate like wavelets confronting an embankment, reshaping constructions we thought of as solid. There are two girls, or two sides of one girl. An omniscient but distant chorus. A mother, both dead and alive: a ghost but not a zombie.

  • Syncopation Literary Journal – Vol. 1 No. 1

    Syncopation Literary Journal amalgamates the realms of literature and music. Volume 1, Issue 1 is now available to read on the website for FREE! The first issue contains book excerpts, poetry, creative nonfiction, short stories and flash fiction penned by writers and musicians from around the world. Titles of pieces in issue include: “The First Time I Heard Leonard Cohen”, “Memphis, Tennessee”, and “I’ve Got the Blues.”

    Visit the Syncopation Literary Journal website for more information.

  • Baltimore Review – Winter 2022

    The Winter 2022 issue of Baltimore Review features creative nonfiction by Lucinda Cummings, Patricia Dwyer, Dan Hodgson, and contest winner Daniel Rousseau; fiction by Ross McCleary, Evan Brooke, Nicholas Otte, Mariah Rigg, and contest winner Robin Tung; and poetry by Francine Witte, Sara Henning, Rose Auslander, Stephanie McCarley Dugger, Lisa Suhair Majaj, and contest winner Aekta Khubchandani.

    Head on over to Baltimore Review‘s website to read the Winter 2022 issue.

  • The Adroit Journal – No. 40

    In this issue of The Adroit Journal, find poetry by Chen Chen, Eugenia Leigh, David Ehmcke, Sarah Fatimah Mohammed, Melissa Cundieff, Rose Alcalá, Monica Gomery, Gustav Parker Hibbett, Arielle Kaplan, Patrick Donnelly, Mark Kyungsoo Bias, Rick Barot, and more; prose by Kim Fu, Erin Sherry, Alyssa Asquith, Marcus Ong Kah Ho, Daniel Riddle Rodriguez, and Ann-Marie Blanchard; and art by Kathy Morris, Jack Jacques, Claire Hahn, Scarlett Cai, and others.

    Plus five interviews that you can learn more about at The Adroit Journal website.

  • Poetry – January 2022

    The January 2022 issue features work by Kay Ulanday Barrett, Saleem Hue Penny, Petra Kuppers, C. E. Janecek, Kareem Tayyar, Christine Imperial, Josh Tvrdy, Nathalie Koble & Cole Swensen, Lukas Bacho, and Clarisse Baleja Saïdi. See contributors of the “Flyover Country” section at the Mag Stand.

  • The MacGuffin – Fall/Winter 2021

    Nancy Buffum’s “Girl at Piano” on the cover of vol. 37.3 is a prelude to the trio of musical poetry in the exposition to this issue, composed by poets Frank Jamison, Tobey Hiller, and Vince Gotera. As with any other sonata, the recapitulation comes later—András Schiff through Murray Silverstein’s eyes; guitarists, off-stage (Berlioz anyone?) in Gabriella Graceffo’s “Relics”; extended vocal technique in Eric Rasmussen’s “The Irresistible Gobble”—but not before Lucy Zhang’s multi-part “Trigger” and Lynn Domina’s multi-peninsula “Yooper Love” develop the form a bit. Finally, we reach the coda, this time a scherzo: “The Slapathon,” from J.A. Bernstein.

    Read more at The MacGuffin website.

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