“Can you remember who you were, before the world told you who you should be?” Post Office
This being a four-day weekend for some of us, I thought it a good thing to share some possibilities to consider for publication. As always this is information, not recommendation. Be sure to do your own homework before submitting work or buying products.
CALLS FOR SUBMISSIONS
DREAMERS WRITING is open through November 24 for submissions of short stories, poems, personal essays or excerpts (that stand alone) from any genre. Submission fee. Details HERE.
E-RATIO POETRY JOURNAL is accepting submissions for its 27th issue through November 30 according to Editor Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino. Details HERE.
WASAFIRI INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY WRITING publishes poetry, fiction, academic and critical work from all cultural backgrounds. For reviews query the editor. The editors describe it as a “uniquely an academic journal and a literary magazine.” Details HERE.
Poet and writer, I was once columnist and associate editor of a regional employment publication. I currently run this site, The Poet by Day, an information hub for poets and writers. I am the managing editor of The BeZine published by The Bardo Group Beguines (originally The Bardo Group), a virtual arts collective I founded. I am a weekly contributor to Beguine Again, a site showcasing spiritual writers. My work is featured in a variety of publications and on sites, including: Levure littéraure, Ramingo’s Porch, Vita Brevis Literature,Compass Rose, Connotation Press, The Bar None Group, Salamander Cove, Second Light, I Am Not a Silent Poet, Meta / Phor(e) /Play, and California Woman. My poetry was recently read by Northern California actor Richard Lingua for Poetry Woodshed, Belfast Community Radio. I was featured in a lengthy interview on the Creative Nexus Radio Show where I was dubbed “Poetry Champion.”
* The BeZine: Waging the Peace, An Interfaith Exploration featuring Fr. Daniel Sormani, Rev. Benjamin Meyers, and the Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi among others
“Every pair of eyes facing you has probably experienced something you could not endure.” Lucille Clifton