and now, more work in the world from our community members

Hobble Creek Review has nominated Collin Kelley’s poem, “Jean Arthur at the Lincoln Memorial,” for a Pushcart Prize.

Carol Peters’ new book, Sixty Some from Apobiz Press, is available. It’s an ebook that you can read in a browser or purchase for Amazon Kindle, Blackberry, iPhone, an ebook reader or most any device you can think of. An audio version is in the works.

Mark Stratton’s poem “Unknown Beauty” appears in the September issue of Four and Twenty. Four and Twenty is published by Read Write Poem member Vinnie Kinsella, who posted a request for submissions in our forum. You can also find guidelines here. Mark also has a poem in The Human Genre Project titled “Natural Cypher.”

Sarah J. Sloat has a cheerfully named poem, “Despair,” up at Juked. She also has three poems that appear in Issue 28 of Right Hand Pointing. (Follow the pointing hand to get to read all three.)

Angie Werren’s poems can be found in The Red Ceilings, Bolts of Silk and The Human Genre Project. (Juliet Wilson is a member of Read Write Poem and publishes Bolts of Silk, whose submission guidelines can be found here.)

David Moolten’s new book, Primitive Mood, has been published and released this month. It won the T.S. Eliot Prize (American variety, from Truman State University Press). His poem, “Aperture,” appears in the fall issue of Southwest Review. And he published a video version of ”Astronaut Goes From Migrant Fields to Outer Space” on Youtube. (This last poem originally appeared here on Read Write Poem, as a response to one of our prompts.)

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  • read write poem napowrimo anthology
    June 20, 2010 | 1:36 pm

    The Read Write Poem NaPoWriMo Anthology is still in production. Selection, placement, layout and copyediting are taking longer than anticipated. Thank you for your patience. I hope to have the piece completed in July. For those who have emailed asking if they can be included, the May 7 deadline for submission of work stands. Those who met that deadline will be included. Please check the post on this site listing who I received submissions from by that date. If you submitted your work by the May 7 deadline in accordance with our guidelines and your name is not listed, send an email to info (at) readwritepoem (dot) org.

  • read write poem napowrimo anthology
    May 5, 2010 | 3:09 pm

    Remember that Friday* is the deadline for submitting work to the Read Write Poem NaPoWriMo Anthology. Check out the guidelines for submission in the main column (to the left). On May 8, we’ll post a news item listing everyone we’ve received work from. If you submitted work and your name is not on that list, please let us know. Thanks!

    *I initially said “tomorrow,” but I meant to say “Friday.”

  • napowrimo congratulations, and a reminder
    April 24, 2010 | 12:05 pm

    It’s the final week of the Read Write Poem NaPoWriMo Challenge! Just 7 days left. With that, a reminder that Read Write Poem will culminate with the anthology featuring work from those who complete the challenge. A post with details for submitting to the anthology will be published May 1. Be sure you remove any information from the site that you want preserved — such as group content and personal messages. Those elements of the site will be removed May 1 as well. The main site will remain up as an archive.

  • ‘underlife’ tour at january gill o’neil’s blog
    April 20, 2010 | 8:11 pm

    January Gill O’Neil’s virtual book tour has moved to her site and is underway now. Check out the lineup at Poet Mom.

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