Submissions

Our reading period is from January 1st through October 1st of each year.  We will respond to all submissions by October 31st, if not sooner. We accept simultaneous submissions.  We do not accept previously published pieces, this includes anything that has appeared online, radio, or T.V.

Thank you for trusting us with your work.

Please submit an inquiry first: a one page letter describing your review, experience, why it is a good fit for our site, and previous publications.
Please submit an inquiry first: a one page letter describing your article, experience, why it is a good fit for our site, and previous publications.

Note: We like our Articles to be current. Accordingly, we have our submission open year round and we respond quickly. We are looking for news from communities often ignored by the main news outlets.  Tell us your story.  Let's celebrate it together.

Please submit an inquiry first: a one page letter describing your piece, experience, why it is a good fit for our site, and previous publications.

Note: We like our Editorial pieces to be on a current, but not necessarily trending, topic. Accordingly, we have our submission open year round and we respond quickly.
We've all been there. We're here to help you find your own detour through or around this dilemma.  We'll offer seven prompts to jump start your writing.  The first six prompts of this workshop are momentum builders, targeting foot-in-the-door, neophyte poems.  They are meant to be.  The seventh poem will offer your way back into writing and will be given a full edit and consult to help you write again.
Imagism, Pastoralism, New Formalism, and other poetry movements and groups often developed and used a set of rules (intentionally and unintentionally) that guided their poetry writings.  We'll start a brief discussion about some of your favorite poems, poets, and poetry movements.  This will be the guideline for your prompts. Over the course of 10 poems we will discuss the rules often associated with the specific prompt, what they do for or take away from the writer, and how the writer can claim specific parts of the prompt's guidelines for their own purposes. For the 11th poem of this workshop, the writer develops his or her own set of rules as a guide for the workshop's final poem.

Note:  We strongly suggest you attend this workshop with a group of close writing peers to take advantage of the style of the workshop.
Congratulations on writing your manuscript.  We're here to help you.  We offer to edit your poems line by line, critique poems individually, and thematically develop your manuscript as a whole. This offer is extended for manuscripts up to 60 pages.