Lyrical Passion Poetry E-Zine
I am a novelist, poet, interviewer and lover of story. Welcome to my blog. Sep 12 Posted in General , Poetry by Helen Lowe. Apr 01 Posted in Poetry by Helen Lowe. Jan 24 Jan 07 Dec 27 To The Wilderness I Wander. Dec 20 Mar 12 Tuesday Poetry: Christmastide. Dec 13 Dec 06 Nov 30 Nov 22 Nov 15 Nov 08 Nov 01 Oct 25 Oct 18 Oct 11 Oct 04 Sep 27 Posted in Events , Poetry by Helen Lowe.
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Sep 15 Sep 08 Sep 01 Aug 28 Aug 25 The Tuesday Poem: Storm Front. Aug 18 The Tuesday Poem: Orison. Aug 11 The Tuesday Poem: Fey. Aug 04 Jul 28 Jul 22 Jul 21 Jul 14 Jul 07 Jun 30 Jun 27 Jun 23 Jun 16 Jun 09 Jun 02 May 26 May 19 May 12 May 05 Apr 28 Apr 25 Apr 21 Apr 14 Apr 07 Mar 31 Mar 17 Mar 10 Mar 03 Feb 24 Feb 17 Feb 10 Feb 03 Jan 27 The Tuesday Poem: Heat. Jan 20 Dec 23 Dec 16 Dec 09 Dec 02 Nov 25 Ithaca Conversations. Nov 20 Nov 18 Nov 12 Nov 11 Nov 04 Oct 28 Oct 21 Oct 14 Oct 07 Sep 30 Sep 23 The Tuesday Poem: Australia Post.
Sep 16 Sep 09 Sep 02 Aug 26 Aug 19 Aug 12 Aug 05 Jul 29 Jul 08 Jul 01 Jun 24 Jun 17 Jun 10 Jun 03 May 27 May 20 May 13 May 06 Apr 29 Apr 22 Apr 15 Apr 08 Mar 25 Mar 18 Mar 11 Mar 09 Mar 04 Feb 25 Feb 18 Feb 11 Feb 04 Jan 28 Jan 21 Jan 08 The prize will be judged on the originality of the ideas, the quality of the prose and the ability to communicate to a wide audience. All entries for the competition must be between 2, and 8, words. We seek to publish four titles each year, ensuring full attention to the editing, production, and promotion of each title.
Enter the Engine Books Novel Prize! Her stories present the whole world compacted into the space of a long story, novels in slightly smaller packages. She's been a friend to and supporter of EngineBooks before the press officially existed, and we're so grateful she's agreed to judge the contest. Via Arts Journal. A creature of the web, its format takes advantage of the flexibility of hypertext and modern web presentation techniques to experiment with and explore the process and method of writing history.
We publish essays and articles based on archival research; reported non-fiction about memory and the past; book reviews; historical fiction, poetry and comics; image portfolios; and interviews with practitioners or subjects of history. We like to publish these sources whole. Historical like David Mitchell: not corny. Sound-related ideal. Email editors theappendix.
Entries must be previously unpublished, no longer than 15, words, and must not have been previously chosen as a winner, finalist, or honorable mention in another contest. All entries will be considered for publication. Glimmer Train has been discovering and publishing emerging writers since Each quarterly issue presents more than pages of great literary short stories. A feast of fiction!
Open to all subjects, all themes, and all writers. Most entries run from 2, to 8, words, but stories from 2, to 20, words are fine. Photo Credit: 3oneseven. Sundog Lit publishes writing that scorches the earth. Sundog Lit is all about what emerges from the ruins, not what idles in the calm before the storm. Sundog Lit is blood, rusty gears, the sweat of toil, working-class, revolutionary, everyday. Sundog Lit is literature that rages.
- Dont Talk To Strangers;
- My works...;
- Hell Never Know!
- About Charlotte Digregorio?
- Shakespeares Son and His Sonnets.
- Haiku Society of America - Midwest .
- Cirque de Familia (Bikinibooks by SL Parker);
We're looking for all that great lit - fiction, creative nonfiction personal narrative, hybrid, lyric, segmented essays, heavily-researched essays , poetry - that deals with games, with playing, with sport. We're leaving that interpretation up to you, the writer.
Video game lit. Baseball lit. Games of the heart lit.
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Bareknuckle lit. Game of Thrones lit maybe. Be earth-scorching as always , be edgy, be fiery, be interpretive. There are a lot of talented people out there needing a place to showcase their work.
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We hope to become that place. Recess Magazine is always looking for contributors for all of our sections. While we are unable to pay, we promise to promote the hell out of each piece we receive, and we try to respond to submissions as quick as we can. From start to finish, each issue is put together solely by graduate students in the Creative Writing Department at the University of Arizona.
- Your Biggest Mistake.
- Year Book of Neonatal and Perinatal Medicine 2013, E-Book (Year Books).
- John Davis Jr..
- About Stanford M. Forrester;
- John Davis Jr. | Poets & Writers.
All staff members volunteer their time. Henry Awards and Pushcart Prizes.
All entries are considered for publication, except those from recent students within the last five years of the judge fiction: Ben Marcus; nonfiction: Dinty Moore. The prestigious literary tradition founded by Heritage House Museum 20 years ago, which encourages the creation of new poetry and haiku. Each author included will receive full credit. Published as an ebook and a paperback, it will be distributed nationally and internationally.
Each issue of The Los Angeles Review is dedicated to a West Coast writer who has made an indelible mark on the literary world.
- What Was Here.
- Collective Decision-Making:: Social Choice and Political Economy (Recent Economic Thought).
- Upcoming Events.
- I (Japanese Edition)?
- Night World, Tome 5: Lélue (French Edition).
- The Glass Painters Daughter?
We at LAR are proud to announce that our fourteenth issue will be dedicated to the life and work of the poet Madeline DeFrees. Send 1,, words or delight us with flash nonfiction that cat-burgles our expectations. We are open to form, free verse, prose poems, and experimental styles. Our only criterion is quality. Want to submit your work but aren't sure what to send or where to send it? The Vermont Studio Center holds three annual fellowship deadlines, with new juries and different awards each time. In , VSC awarded fellowships to artists and writers from the U.
Unless otherwise noted, all of the fellowships listed below are for 4-week residencies at VSC. The Saranac Review was born in out of four writers' vision to open a space for the celebration of many voices including those from Canada.
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