Big Truths was born when writer Amanda Leduc suggested Palmer open up a platform for nonfiction writers.
by Richard Siken, I thought poetry was stuffy and esoteric. poet laureates, so there’s always a variety of writers.
T&W programs include writing workshops for students, professional development for teachers and educators, managing the NYS Poetry Out Loud…
Memoir Writing at Frasier Meadows Retirement Community by Naomi Rachel Telling our stories is good for our brains and it can also be a great deal of fun and help build community.
You don’t to make room on your already crowded bookshelf for an anthology the size of your printer.
Online journals give you the opportunity to browse through hundreds of poems, stories, and essays, and all you need is Wi Fi; plus, you’re exposed to more new writers (like me, yay).
Poems are chosen wisely, representing the most “refreshing, shiniest” poetry there is.
I love Jellyfish Magazine because I know I can always expect poems that are never, ever stale or overplayed.
For this residency we had a thematic focus on oppression and liberation, exploring the voices of those who have been oppressed while…
I’ve been submitting my poetry to literary magazines for about two years straight, so I’m pretty well-versed (pun totally intended) with a lot of digital publications.