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Kevin Larimer: Publishing 101 for Poets
Kevin Larimer, editor in chief of Poets & Writers Magazine, provides best practices for submitting poems to literary magazines and presses, and answers questions about how to navigate the publishing process. General remarks/state of publishing, 0.00 Literary magazines, 4:12 Writing contests, 25:14 Small presses, 28:37 *For highest quality playback, change your YouTube quality settings (the gear icon) to 720p HD.
Views: 6713 Poets.org
Behind the Scenes at a Poets & Writers Cover Shoot
Go behind the scenes at the photo shoot with the literary agents featured on the cover of our July/August issue to see how much time and energy goes into capturing the images published in Poets & Writers Magazine. Join the photographer, the art director, the managing editor, and the editor of the magazine in a SoHo loft as they work toward the perfect cover.
Views: 82 poetsandwriters
Poets & Writers Magazine Literary Trivia Party - May 2009
At Radegast Hall and Biergarten in Brooklyn, NY
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Poetry Journals: The Writer's Relief Method Will Find Poetry Journals
Poetry journals are the best places to submit your poems for publication if you're hoping to build a name for yourself as a writer and share your words with the world. But trying to find the right poetry journal for your work can be difficult, frustrating, and time-consuming. That's where Writer's Relief http://www.WritersRelief.com comes in! Writer's Relief has a database of thousands of poetry journals; our database is regularly maintained and updated, so we have the most up-to-date information on the specific details for literary journal submission guidelines. We've been helping our clients successfully submit their poetry to literary journals since 1994. Just ask Perie Longo, a client of Writer's Relief who has been writing poetry for a long time. Perie was once told by poet William Stafford that the important thing was to get her poems "out there"—and that meant submitting them to poetry journals for consideration and publication. Now Perie is a well-published poet, with many literary journal publication credits to her name, thanks in part to the efforts of her Writer's Relief team of submission strategists. If you would like Writer's Relief to identify and target the poetry journals that are best-suited to your unique style, voice, and concerns, we would love to connect with you. However, we can work only with strong writers, so interested poets should submit to our Review Board for consideration. The Writer's Relief client list is small because we are not a one-size-fits-all submission service; we offer personalized, caring service tailored to each individual poet seeking literary journal publication. Writer's Relief also works with books (novels, memoirs, and nonfiction books), as well as short prose (stories and creative nonfiction essays). Contact us to see if we are working with poetry collections. Whether you're widely published or have never been published in a poetry journal before, you may be a good candidate to take advantage of the Writer's Relief extensive poetry magazine database. Our clients have ranged from established best sellers to promising unknowns. Our rates are based on flat fees. Even if you're not ready to be a Writer's Relief client, there are many ways you can take advantage of the free writers resources on our website. We regularly feature poetry journals as part of our Literary Magazine Spotlight series on our blog. Also, find calls for poetry submissions in our Writers Classifieds. The literary journal market may seem daunting; some writers even lose hope and believe that they'll never see their work published in a literary magazine. But when Writer's Relief manages the submission process, clients report that they have a renewed sense of optimism and focus—and that can lead to better writing, better submissions, and more acceptance letters from poetry journals. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07ZBdokMrJk
Views: 3281 Writer's Relief
Publish In Literary Magazines: Writer Carla McGill Talks About How To Publish In Literary Magazines
Many writers want to know how to publish in literary magazines—especially when it comes to publishing poetry. It’s no easy feat. Not only does a writer need to determine the best literary magazines to consider for a given poetry submission, but that author must also learn the etiquette of submitting poetry for publication. Some writers want help in order to publish in literary magazines. And that’s how writers like Carla McGill came to seek the professional submission assistance offered by Writer’s Relief (http://www.writersrelief.com). Writer’s Relief is a respected submission assistance firm that helps writers publish in literary magazines. We work with submissions in the key creative writing genres: poetry, short stories, personal essays (narrative nonfiction), memoir, novels, and most fiction and nonfiction books. Writers come to us for help with proofreading, manuscript formatting, personalized literary market research, submission tracking, and all the steps a writer must take to publish in literary magazines. Writer’s Relief’s origins reflect our ongoing dedication to high quality, ethical submission assistance. A poet—not unlike Carla McGill—asked Writer’s Relief founder Ronnie Smith to help her make poetry submission to literary journals. Her goal was to publish in literary magazines, but she simply did not have the time or energy needed to get published in literary journals. Soon after Ronnie Smith stepped in to help, Writer’s Relief was born. Now, Writer’s Relief has a client list that includes a range of writers—from promising new authors to veteran bestsellers. Writers who hope to join Writer’s Relief must be writing at a level appropriate for professional submission assistance, and so all prospective clients must first submit a writing sample to the Review Board for consideration. Book authors are assisted with the process of finding literary agent representation; we help writers of creative works publish in literary magazines. It’s not easy to publish in literary magazine, but with dedication and professionalism it’s possible for writers to reach their goals. Rejection letters are expected, of course. But many writers report that working with Writer’s Relief helps to ease the sting of rejections letters—and makes it a lot easier to publish in literary magazines. To learn more about how Writer’s Relief helps writers like Carla McGill publish in literary magazines, please visit our website. We would love to speak with out about your publishing goals. https://youtu.be/CGeTTrIyTLQ
Views: 199 Writer's Relief
Literary Magazine Editors: Portland 2015
Dana Isokawa, assistant editor of Poets & Writers Magazine, talks with the editors of some of Portland's most exciting literary magazines about about the kind of work they're looking for, the relationships they cultivate with their authors, and the balance between publishing traditional work and developing new and innovative ideas for both print and digital literature. Panelists include LeAnna Crawford of Getrude, Cheston Knapp of Tin House, Travis Meyer of Poor Claudia, and Kim Winterheimer of Masters Review. www.pw.org/live Video by Jonathan R. Walsh.
Views: 549 poetsandwriters
The Ghosts of Faithful: Poets & Writers Magazine Maureen Egen Award, First Runner-Up
When The Ghosts of Faithful won First-Runner-up for Poets & Writers Magazine’s Maureen Egen Award, it was a novel in progress. Now it is finished and is my seventh published novel. Here’s what Victor La Valle, author, Professor at Columbia, and Judge of the contest had to say about it: “Faithful suggests a broad canvas–a well-rendered local; a promising war of equals in the characters, a clear desire to address/tackle the issues larger than the back and forth, and a clear understanding on the author’s part about pacing and clarity. Also, I thought the father’s chapter was really funny!” About the completed novel: Izzy Collier runs the Food Bank in a town called Faithful, on the banks of the Suwannee River. She is the least amicable of two daughters in a frustrating family; all, keeping secrets of betrayal. Her parents are at odds with both daughters, and with each other. Her sister, always Izzy’s competition, is an unstable former beauty queen, the wife of a philanderer, and the mother of four. Now, their ninety-four year-old grandmother sees her dead husband’s ghost, accompanied by a strange little girl. At the same time, Izzy’s husband, a defense lawyer, is being forced by his boss to effect the acquittal of a teenager accused of the rape and murder of a child. When Izzy starts to see her deceased grandfather and the little girl, too, she questions her sanity. What if the little girl ghost is the murdered child? But then, why would she be with Izzy’s grandfather? Are the ghosts after revenge, justice, or something greater?
Views: 114 Kaye Hinckley
Short Story Magazine Publishers: Writer's Relief Researches Short Story Magazine Publishers
Short story magazine publishers can be hard to find. To target literary journals that publish short stories, some writers spend countless hours pouring over market books and literary journal websites. So much intense research cuts into a writer's short story writing time! But writers like Nancy Hanway know there's a better way: Writer's Relief (www.WritersRelief.com). Nancy Hanway has placed many of her pieces with short story magazine publishers—and she's also working on a novel to submit to literary agents—all with the help of Writer's Relief. Writer's Relief has been helping authors connect with short story magazine publishers since 1994. Our submission strategists can take on as much or as little of the submission process as our clients prefer. Some clients have us manage their submissions from start to finish—everything from proofreading and formatting short stories to researching short story magazine publishers, to preparing and sending out submissions, to tracking editors' responses and helping with questions that arise about rights and contracts. Other clients simply want us to pinpoint and identify the BEST short story magazine publishers for a given, individual work. Then, they do the rest. Many clients have received major literary awards or nominations because they published their short prose with short story magazine publishers that were identified by Writer's Relief. Some writers list their short story publications on their resumes or CVs. Others publish short stories in hopes of establishing a reputation that will be helpful when approaching literary agents with a book project or novel. For a writer who wants to publish a short story, a critical key to success is targeting the RIGHT short story magazine publishers. Submitting to the wrong publishers can lead to lots of wasted time, frustration, and a loss of enthusiasm for making submissions. To publish a short story, it's important to submit to the short story magazine publishers who are most likely to read and enjoy the work. And that's where Writer's Relief can help. NOTE: Along with short stories, Writer's Relief works with clients in ALL of the creative writing genres, including poetry, memoir, novels, and even popular self-help and how-to nonfiction books. Learn more about how Writer's Relief can help you identify the best short story magazine publishers for your unique work! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgBtD3yTLL4
Views: 776 Writer's Relief
literary magazine submissions
Artists, authors, poets: submit your work to the LCHS literary magazine!
Views: 67 Valerie Egger
Do Poets Dream of Electric Enjambments? #dopoetsdream
A Live Online Poetry Reading in Celebration of ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH Join us for the first (that we know of) APA online poetry reading ever! Tune in via live Google Hangout, or view the livestream on YouTube. /// Five Poets: Rachelle Cruz Matthew Olzmann Margaret Rhee R.A. Villanueva Nicky Sa-eun Schildkraut /// Five Publishers (introducing the poets): Melissa Sipin, TAYO Literary Magazine (tayoliterarymag.com) Iris Law, Lantern Review (lanternreview.com) Asian American Literary Review (aalrmag.org) Kartika Review (kartikareview.com) Kaya Press (kaya.org) /// Host: Kenji C. Liu WHERE: Google Hangouts on Air and/or YouTube /// Bios (more forthcoming) Rachelle Cruz (http://www.rachellecruz.com/) is from Hayward, California. She is the author of the chapbook, Self-Portrait as Rumor and Blood (Dancing Girl Press,2012). She hosts The Blood-Jet Writing Hour on Blog Talk Radio, and is the Podcast Editor at The Collagist. An Emerging Voices Fellow, a Kundiman Fellow and a VONA writer, she lives, writes and teaches in Southern California. Matthew Olzmann's (http://matthewolzmann.com/) first book of poems, Mezzanines, was selected for the 2011 Kundiman Prize and was published by Alice James Books. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in New England Review, Kenyon Review, Gulf Coast, The Southern Review, Forklift Ohio and elsewhere. He's currently a Visiting Professor of Creative Writing in the undergraduate writing program at Warren Wilson College. Margaret Rhee (http://www.nectarinedreams.com/) is the author of the chapbook Yellow (Tinfish Press) and co-editor of Here is a Pen: An Anthology of West Coast Kundiman Poets (Achitote Press). Her poetry has been published in the Berkeley Poetry Review, Mission At Tenth, Comma, Poetry, and other literary publications. In 2012, she was recognized as one of Hyphen Magazine's ten next generation Asian American poets and writers. Margaret is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of California, Berkeley, and a Kundiman Fellow. Nicky Sa-eun Schildkraut (http://www.nickysaeun.com/) is a poet, scholar and teacher who teaches creative writing and college composition in Los Angeles. As a Korean adoptee, her creative and scholarly work reflects an ongoing interest to explore the emotional and historical aspects of the Korean diaspora as well as transnational adoption. Previously, she has collaborated on avante-garde music and art projects with composers and visual artists. She holds an M.F.A. degree in poetry (2002) and a Ph.D. degree in Literature & Creative Writing from the University of Southern California (2012). Her first book of poetry, Magnetic Refrain, was published in February 2013 by Kaya Press. She is currently completing a second book, lyrical and narrative poems "Until Qualified For Pearl" and a non-fiction critical book about adoption narratives in literature and film.  R.A. Villanueva (http://caesura.nu/) is the author of Reliquaria, winner of the 2013 Prairie Schooner Book Prize. A founding editor of Tongue: A Journal of Writing & Art, his honors include the 2013 Ninth Letter Literary Award for poetry and fellowships from Kundiman and The Asian American Literary Review. His writing has appeared widely in journals and anthologies including AGNI, The Common, DIAGRAM, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, and Virginia Quarterly Review. He lives in Brooklyn. Kenji C. Liu (www.kenjiliu.com) is a 1.5-generation immigrant from New Jersey living in Southern California. A Pushcart Prize nominee and first runner-up finalist for the Poets & Writers 2013 California Writers Exchange Award, his writing is in or forthcoming in Los Angeles Review, Barrow Street Journal, CURA: A Literary Magazine of Art and Action, The Baltimore Review, RHINO Poetry, and others. His poetry chapbook You Left Without Your Shoes was nominated for a 2009 California Book Award. A three-time VONA alum and recipient of a Djerassi residency, he is the poetry editor emeritus of Kartika Review.
Views: 291 Kenji Liu
Find Literary Magazines: Writer Saramanda Swigart Tells You How To Find Literary Magazines
Ready to find literary magazines that accept submissions of creative writing (short stories, personal essays, and poems)? In this video, writer Saramanda Swigart shares her secret for writers who want to find literary magazines. Whether you’re a new writers or a veteran with many publications, you’ll save lots of time and frustration using Saramanda Swigart’s secret weapon: Writer’s Relief (http://www.WritersRelief.com). Writer’s Relief is an author’s submission service that has been helping talented writers find (and publish in) literary journals since 1994. We work with new unpublished writers, as well as multi-published and bestselling writers who simply want us to find literary magazines on their behalf. Our method is personalized and ethical--no submission spam, ever. Our clients present us with a given submission (a short story, group of poems, or nonfiction personal essay), and our team of expert submission strategists researches and pinpoints the literary journals most likely to accept submissions. Writer’s Relief is the best way to find literary magazines for publication. Why? Because you don’t have to lift a finger. We do all the literary journal research. (Note: We also help book authors connect with literary agents!) Along with helping you find literary magazines for submission, Writer’s Relief also prepares our clients’ submission packets. We write cover letters, proofread and format writing sample pages according to publishing industry standards, and prepare submissions to go to literary journals. We also track responses from editors of literary magazines. We know which reputable literary journals accept submissions regularly. If you want to publish in literary magazines, contact Writer’s Relief. But you don’t NEED Writer’s Relief to help you find literary magazines that accept submissions. If you have enough time and energy, you can find literary journals by scouring the Web for lists (just be sure they’re not outdated or inaccurate!). But beware that finding literary magazines can take up a LOT of time. Most of our clients here at Writer’s Relief, like Saramanda Swigart, would rather be writing than using their time to find literary journals that accept submissions. To learn more about Writer’s Relief, we invite you to visit our website. There, you’ll find many free resources for writers, as well as a list of literary journals that accept submissions from creative writers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYrxx0RL8NQ
Views: 1424 Writer's Relief
How to Submit to Literary Journals
Back in college I decided I'd like to be a published poet rather than one who just writes for herself and I started doing a lot of research into how to get my work published. The general consensus across the board was that you start by getting published in literary journals and work your way from there. I ended up interning at a literary magazine to get an idea of the inner workings and started submitting work. After a lot of trial and error and hundreds of submissions, I've gotten pretty good at figuring out what to look for, what to avoid, and how the whole process goes for the best result, so I thought I'd make a guide for anyone else who is starting off submitting their work and just learning how to do it. This guide applies to both short stories and poetry. If you're looking for some more about poetry publishing check out these videos I've done previously: Discussing Poetry's Place in the Literary Community https://youtu.be/6ZR1JMelTHM My Experience with Publishing https://youtu.be/OElxvY2Etf4 10 Tips for Poets https://youtu.be/FI09WundANM My poetry book Fragments is available in paperback and ebook https://www.amazon.com/Fragments-Kaye-Spivey/dp/1546301054/ https://www.amazon.com/Fragments-Kaye-Spivey-ebook/dp/B071VBC9QY/ You can also buy a copy of my chapbook, An Isolated Storm at a reduced price https://www.amazon.com/Isolated-Storm-Kaye-Spivey/dp/1943798028/ https://www.amazon.com/Isolated-Storm-Kaye-Spivey-ebook/dp/B01HPHA3LG/ website: https://kayespivey.wordpress.com/ instagram: spiveykaye twitter: @KayeSpivey tumblr: kayepsivey.tumblr.com There are no ads, but if you'd like to support me maybe you could buy me a Ko-Fi? http://ko-fi.com/A782IH2
Views: 176 Kaye Spivey
From Publishing To Promotion 1: Jaclyn Lovell
The first video in our four-part series that explores the publishing process, from submitting poems to marketing your work. In this video, Jaclyn Lovell, editor in chief of LIT magazine, gives practical advice on submitting poems to literary journals. The panel is moderated by Poets & Writers Magazine editor in chief Kevin Larimer.
Views: 550 Poets.org
How Food Writing Fed My Fiction
Join fiction writer, dessert blogger, and baker Aaron Hamburger at Whole Foods Market in New York City as he prepares his delicious limoncello cupcakes and talks about what the art of food writing has taught him about fiction writing. Read the article in the May/June 2013 issue of Poets & Writers Magazine: http://www.pw.org/content/bon_app_tit_how_food_writing_fed_my_fiction
Views: 495 poetsandwriters
Pragya Thapaliya, Writer, Dreams Magazine -
BHAVISYAVANI is an annual Nepali poem competition for people under 30 with the theme of "Write tomorrow's poem, today!". The international competition called upon aspiring poets from all over the world with the Top 20 poems which got selected for the grand event on September 19, 2015. The sole objective of project Bhaviṣyavāṇī is to improve the existing scenario for literary enthusiasts active in Nepali language, mainly from the younger generation, through an annual competition, recitation event, online archive and publication in print medium. Pragya Thapaliya was not a participant but a representative of Dreams Magazine, reciting her poem for the event.
Views: 65 Dreams Magazine
"Poets Working: The Genesee Writers Story" - excerpts
Ken Hannon and Valeria Clarke show excerpts a recent projects - "Poets Working: The Genesee Writers Story" Production: Director - John Kotarski; camera - Scott Whiting, Martin Decker, Hobert English, Tom Skinner; theme music Dennis Williams, Bentley Historical Library, John Kotarski
Views: 40 Hometown Magazine
Behind the Scenes at a Poets & Writers Photo Shoot
An inside look at the photo shoot of Heather Sellers on the occasion of the publication of her new memoir, You Don't Look Like Anyone I Know, for the November/December 2010 issue of Poets & Writers Magazine.
Views: 399 poetsandwriters
Get Paid To Write Poems Online: Earn $10-$300 Per Poetry Submission
Do you have a creative bone for writing poems for extra money? These companies pay anywhere from $10 -$300 per poetry submission. This link has a list of 10+ poetry writing sites: https://www.dreamhomebasedwork.com/earn-money-writing-poetry-online/ 1:22 The Sun Magazine 2:24 Poetry Submission 4:01 Blue Mountain Arts 5:01 Three Penny Review 6:36 Chicken Soup for the Soul FULL LIST https://bit.ly/2ujRJdo Share this video https://youtu.be/NU8JpDiG7EU Subscribe to My Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/dhbwfans FOLLOW ME AROUND F: https://www.facebook.com/DreamHomeBasedWork T: https://twitter.com/dhbw_fans P: http://www.pinterest.com/legitworkathome/
Views: 7428 Dream Home Based Work
Therese Eiben: The Writers Studio Reading Series
Therese Eiben currently teaches Level III, Online Level IV, and, most recently and in the good company of Anamyn Turowski, co-launched the newest branch of The Writers Studio in the Hudson Valley and The Berkshires. Formerly editor of Poets and Writers Magazine, she is the co-editor of the book The Practical Writer: From Inspiration to Publication. Her reviews, articles, and stories have appeared in a variety of magazines including Publishers Weekly and The Alaska Quarterly Review. Founded in 1987 by poet Philip Schultz (2008 Pulitzer Prize winner), The Writers Studio http://www.writerstudio.com... writers of all levels to ongoing creative writing workshops solely designed to help them discover and nurture their own voices. Ten-week workshops in fiction and poetry are offered online as well as in New York City, San Francisco, Tucson and Amsterdam. The Writers Studio KW, a non-profit branch, offers after-school writing classes for high school students.
Views: 92 TheWriterStudio
Advice for Young Writers: The Single Best Website for Writers Ready to Be Published
It's PW. org, the website for Poets & Writers magazine. You don't even have to watch the video. Just go to PW.org.
Views: 8 Janice Erlbaum
William Archila - Poets & Writers Event
William Archila, representing PALABRA magazine, reads from his work at a Poets & Writers' event, "Connecting Cultures," Beyond Baroque Literary / Arts Center, Venice, CA (5/7/11). ~ Video by www.Poetry.LA
Views: 243 Poetry.LA
LIVE MAGAZINE'S Poetry Reading Greenwichvillage
James Kalm visits LIVE MAGAZINE'S poetry rant at Mo Pitkin's with readings by Jeffrey Cyphers Wright, Matvei Yankelevich, Brenda Iijima, and John Reed. A contemporary Greenwich Village poetry reading featuring works by some of America's most notable writers.
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Swanwick Writers Summer School, by Writing Magazine
An introduction from Writing Magazine to Swanwick Writers' Summer School. One of the UK's leading events for writers, Swanwick hosts 300-plus writers each year for a week of courses, tuition and workshops. Find out more about the Summer School at http://www.swanwickwritersschool.co.uk For more about Writing Magazine, see http://www.writers-online.co.uk
Views: 665 WritingMagazine
Best Apps For Writers 🙌🏾
As writers it's important that we be as productive as possible. In this video, I will be sharing apps that I personally use along my writing journey that help me to be productive. These are the best apps for writers! These apps will help you to do research, write better and to create images for your social media posts, media kits, book covers and more! Please share in the comment section the apps you are currently using. Grab my FREE Writing Resources PDF and learn the apps, softwares, and electronics I use to write my book! http://bit.ly/writing-resource ☎️SCHEDULE YOUR FREE STRATEGY SESSION: http://bit.ly/strategysessionyoutube Stefanie Newell is the go-to writing coach for the first time writer who’s looking for direction on how to write and publish their first book. Her coaching, training programs, and YouTube videos have impacted thousands of authors to unleash their authentic voice and share their message through the pages of their book. 👇🏾BOOKS FOR FIRST TIME WRITERS 👇🏾 📚HOW TO WRITE YOUR FIRST BOOK: http://bit.ly/howtowriteyourfirstbook 📚OVERCOMING YOUR FEAR OF WRITING: http://bit.ly/fearofwritingbook 👇🏾VIDEO COURSE 👇🏾 🖥HOW TO WRITE YOUR FIRST BOOK http://bit.ly/videowritingcourse ***SUBSCRIBE NEW VIDEOS EVERY TUESDAY!*** WEBSITE http://HowToWriteABookThatSells.com PERSONAL WEBSITE: http://TheLifeOfAWriter.com MY RECOMMENDATIONS: https://www.amazon.com/shop/thelifeofawriter JOIN MY MAILING LIST: http://bit.ly/writers-checklist TWITTER: http://twitter.com/writeonepub INSTAGRAM: thelifeofawriter FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/writeonepublications FOR BUSINESS & BOOKING INQUIRIES (INCLUDING SPONSORSHIPS) [email protected] * Please only use this address for business inquiries. * This description contains affiliate links.
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Top 10 Scottish poets and writers
Best Scottish Poets and writers. Their life and notable works: R.M. Ballantyne J.M. Barrie James Boswell Robert Burns Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Kenneth Grahame Andrew Lang George MacDonald Sir Walter Scott Robert Louis Stevenson http://www.etsy.com/shop/EcosseCases
Views: 1626 John Brix
Most Promising Writers of 2012
Most Promising Writers of 2012, list, poet poetry, Reid Baer, All poetry, Lulu Poetry, poetry archive, poetry slam, poetry daily, poem hunter, every poet, poetry poem, funny poets, other pages, potato hill, poets forum speakeasy, neo poet, poetry magazine, writer's digest, The Atlantic, love poetry, pennsound, poetry trust, gs poetry, poetry daily, poemslovers, poetry foundation, 2River View, 34th Parallel, 491 magazine, Able Muse, Alehouse, Alligator Juniper, Anastomoo, andreview, Antioch Review, APOCRYPHALTEXT, Arkansas Review, Aries, ArLiJo, Artful Dodge, Artifice, Aufgabe, Autumn Sky, Avatar Review, Avery Anthology, Barnstorm, Bellingham Review, Beloit Fiction, Black Heart, Black Lantern, Black Warrior, Blood Lotus, Blue Collar, Blue Lake, Blue Moon, Blue Line, Bomb poetry, Brooklyn Review, Brink poetry, Boxcar poetry, Burning poetry, burning wood, burnside poetry, Calliope, Canteen, Caper, Clapboard House, Clockwise cat, Columbia, Colorado Review, Crab Creek, Crosstimbers, Cura, curbside, dappled things, dark eye, del sol, devil's lake, diagram, diode, dirt cakes, dislocate, drunken boat, electric literature, eratio, escarp, fiction international, forpoetry, fiddleback, found press, foundling, free verse, fringe poetry, fugue poetry, gander poetry, Glimmer Train, Glint poetry, Jabberwock Review, Mad Hatter, Mixed Fruit, Mobius, Monkey Puzzle, Monkey bicycle, Moon milk, moonshot, New England, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, New Orleans, New Plains, New York, North Dakota, North Carolina, paper bag, paradigm, Pearl, Pegasus, ploughshares, plume, prime, prism, Psychic Meatloaf, RHINO, River poetry, Seneca Review, Serving House, Sleet, Slice, South Dakota, South Jersey, The Cortland, The Cupboard, Muse, Journal, Fiction, National Poetry
Views: 59 ReidBaerPoetry
Submit To Lit Mags: Published Writer Doug Sovern Talks About How To Submit To Lit Mags
Doug Sovern wanted to submit to literary magazines but didn’t have the time. He started out by submitting his short stories to a few literary magazines that he’d already heard of, including The New Yorker, Ploughshares, Granta, and The Atlantic. But with all the demands of career and family—including newborn twins—he could not find the time to submit to literary magazines for publication. That’s where Writer’s Relief came in (http://www.writersrelief.com). Doug Sovern came to Writer’s Relief seeking submission assistance; he wanted the Writer’s Relief team to help him submit to literary magazines and get published. Within one year, Doug Sovern had eight short stories accepted for publication in literary magazines. He had also been nominated for The Pushcart Prize and a number of other anthologies. Writer’s Relief helped him submit to literary magazines that he had never heard of but that had turned out to be a perfect fit for his writing. Writer’s Relief helps writers of short stories, poems, and personal essays submit to literary magazines. Writer’s Relief also helps novelists, memoirists, and other book authors submit to literary agencies for representation. The Writer’s Relief staff prepares every client’s submission, including proofreading and formatting. We also research the best literary magazine markets for each individual writer’s subject and style. With our help, clients are able to submit to literary magazines regularly and successfully. To submit to literary magazines, a writer must have a broad knowledge of the literary magazine markets. There are many kinds of literary magazines and it can take a long time to sort through them all when deciding where to submit. Also, writers who submit to literary magazines must be sure that their submissions are formatted and perfectly proofread. Finally, writers must have a good command of publishing industry etiquette for making submissions. Busy writers who want help submitting to literary magazines can contact the Writer’s Relief Review Board. All potential clients must submit a writing sample prior to signing up with Writer’s Relief. About 80% of writers are turned away. Want to know how to submit to literary magazines for publication? Visit the Writer’s Relief website for many free writer resources and literary magazine market listings. With Writer’s Relief, clients spend more time writing and less time dealing with the frustrations of making submissions to literary magazines. Call Writer’s Relief today! (866) 405-3003 (toll-free) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acgd13mKfPM
Views: 1447 Writer's Relief
WWBPS 2016 Promotional Video
Women Writers in Bloom Poetry Salon (WWBPS) celebrated its Five Year Anniversary in April 2016! It is lovingly curated and nurtured by poet and author JP Howard. This video gives you a glimpse into the gorgeous garden of WWBPS writers! Subscribe to receive free monthly Salon e-invites: http://eepurl.com/lNK0b Visit Women Writers in Bloom Poetry Salon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WomenWritersinBloom.PoetrySalon/ Questions for JP, then email: [email protected] Read about WWBPS n in Poets & Writers Magazine: http://www.pw.org/content/from_poets_writers_inc_22 #WeBloom #WWBPS #WeWrite
Views: 801 Women Writers Bloom
The Poet Tarot & Guidebook (featured in O, The Oprah Magazine)
The Poet Tarot Deck and Guidebook is created to help writers, artists, or anyone working on an artistic project (or simply living a creative life) explore the nuances of their creative process. The Poet Tarot features 30 well-known poets. This deck follows the traditional tarot deck with a few variations. The major arcana is made up of poets--Edgar Allan Poe makes a delicious Devil (XV) while Emily Dickinson is an obvious Hermit (IX). E. E. Cummings is a fantastic Fool (0) and William Butler Yeats, a transformational Ending (XIII). We've tweaked the suit cards to represent the stages of the creative process: Muses (Cups), Quills (Wands), Mentors (Swords), and Letterpresses (Coins). We've also written an 80 page perfect-bound print guidebook, which includes card explanations, layouts, and ideas for using the cards. The Poet Tarot is an excellent tool for writers and artists who are looking for innovative approaches to their creativity, ways to generate new work, and assistance in focusing on long and short term goals. The cards are printed on premium linen stock, measuring 2 3/4 X 4 3/4. The 80 page guidebook is 5 X 8. A unique gift for poets, writers, and creatives in the world. Available on Amazon.com: http://bit.ly/ThePoetTarot (This video was created for our successful Kickstarter campaign in 2014)
Views: 912 Two Sylvias Press
Poetry Submission Guidelines: Writer's Relief Client C.W. Emerson On Poetry Submission Guidelines
Finding poetry submission guidelines (http://www.writersrelief.com) is your first order of business if you want to get your poems published. Every literary journal will have its own poetry submission guidelines that you'll need to know how to find and interpret. But if you would rather be writing poetry than researching submission guidelines, then Writer's Relief is your ace in the hole. Just ask poet C.W Emerson! Writer's Relief is an author's submission service that has been helping poets find poetry submission guidelines since 1994. Our process is personal and precise: we will assess your individual poems then provide you with everything you'll need to submit your poems to the editors who are best suited to your writing. Our clients regularly publish poems in literary journals. We do not work on commission; our poetry submission guidelines research (and our poetry manuscript preparation) is based on flat fees. We also work in the genres of short stories, essays, and books. We can manage as much or as little of submission process as you need, allowing you to focus on your poetry or other writing. Clients of Writers Relief have ranged from established poets to promising unknowns. Poets must submit samples of their work prior to being offered a spot on Writer's Relief's client list. See the poetry submission guidelines on our website for details. If you're a poet on the hunt for poetry submission guidelines, we've got you covered! Our database of writers markets contains thousands of listings, which we monitor and update daily based on published poetry submission guidelines and unpublished editorial preferences. We also proofread and format poetry for submissions, write cover letters, prepare a submission packet for easy submissions, track editors' responses, provide support for the questions that arise during the submission process, and much more! It eats up a lot of time to go through poetry submission guidelines one at a time, then prepare poetry submissions for publication. Making submissions can be frustrating; some poets lose momentum. If you would rather be writing poetry than wading through submission guidelines, contact Writer's Relief. Our expert submission strategists are here to help you target the best markets (and research the best poetry submission guidelines) for your unique work. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l996yf79IlQ
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Jeff Briggs Poets and Writers
Jeff Briggs discusses the literary magazine Poets and Writers at the Minnesota School of Business Rochester Campus. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rochester-Campus-of-Minnesota-School-of-Business/34463271300 http://msbrochester.blogspot.com/ http://www.tumblr.com/blog/msbrochester http://blogs.msbcollege.edu/category/campuses/rochester/ Rochester Campus of Minnesota School of Business: Map & Directions Minnesota School of Business's Rochester 2521 Pennington Dr. NW Rochester, MN 55901 Phone: 507-536-9500 Toll-free: 1-888-662-8772 Fax: 507-535-8011 Directions to the Rochester campus Take the 55th Street NW exit from US-52 and go east. Turn right on East Frontage Road to Pennington Drive NW. Schedule a campus visit We'd love to show you around our Rochester campus and discuss your future. Call 1-877-655-7676 or contact admissions to arrange a tour.
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JOSEPH RIOS at Writers Resist LA 2019 Reading
Joseph Rios, who resides in Fresno's San Joaquin Valley, is the author of "Shadowboxing: Poems and Impersonations" (Omnidawn, 2017), winner of the Before Columbus American Book Award. Poets & Writers Magazine named him one of the "10 Poets Who Will Change the World." He was a finalist for a Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent fellowship,
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The Write Life Magazine: a lifestyle magazine for writers
A sneak peek at The Write Life Magazine, a mobile, tablet, and web magazine for writers! Find out more at www.thewritelifemagazine.com, or follow Editor Laura Pepper Wu on Twitter @LauraPepWu
Connections 2013 Fall Magazine
Since it began in 1990, the program has featured writers such as National Book Award winners, Tim O'Brien and Robert Stone, Pulitzer Prize winning poets, Yusef Komunyakaa and Henry Taylor, and Maryland Poet Laureates, Lucille Clifton and Michael Glaser. Connections readings offer the Southern Maryland community a chance to hear from and meet established and emerging local writers up-close-and-personal. Connections magazine is a regional literary journal published twice a year that features the very best poems, stories, artwork and photography of Southern Maryland. Also included in each issue is featured material from visiting writers. Publication readings take place in December and May each year. http://www.csmd.edu/connections/
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Magazine Writer Documentary
Documentary about what it is like to be a magazine writer.
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What's Next? Orion magazine presents leading writers and activists
Kathleen Dean Moore, philosopher and author; Bill Tydeman, historian; Alan Weisman, author; Jane Hirshfield, poet; Barry Lopez, author; others.
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Christian Wiman - Editing Poetry Magazine
Wiman discusses what a poetry editor does and his own experiences in this field.
Cave Canem: Poets on Craft with Kyle Dargan, Monica Ferrell, and Kyla Marshell | The New School
The Creative Writing Program (http://www.newschool.edu/public-engagement/mfa-creative-writing) at The New School (http://www.newschool.edu) and Cave Canem Foundation present: Kyla Dargan, Monica Ferrell, and Kyla Marshell. Cave Canem is a home for the many voices of African American poetry and is committed to cultivating the artistic and professional growth of African American poets. Kyle Dargan is the author of three collections of poetry: The Listening (2004), which won the Cave Canem Prize, Bouquet of Hungers (2007), awarded the Hurston/Wright Legacy Award in poetry, and Logorrhea Dementia (2010). His poems and non-fiction have appeared in newspapers such as the Newark Star-Ledger, and journals such as Callaloo, Denver Quarterly, and Ploughshares, among others. Former managing editor of Callaloo, Dargan is also the founding editor of the magazine Post no Ills. He earned his BA from the University of Virginia and MFA from Indiana University, where he was a Yusef Komunyakaa fellow and poetry editor of the Indiana Review. He is the Director of Creative Writing at American University and lives in Washington DC. Monica Ferrell’s first collection of poems, Beats for the Chase, was published by Sarabande Books in 2008. Her first novel, The Answer is Always Yes, appeared from the Dial Press in May 2008. A former “Discovery”/The Nation prizewinner and Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford University, her poems have appeared in The New York Review of Books, Paris Review, Tin House, and other magazines and anthologies. She lives in Brooklyn. Kyla Marshell’s poems and essays have appeared online and in print in Blackbird, Calyx, Eleven Eleven, Mythium, the November 3rd Club, PMS poem-memoir-story, SPOOK Magazine, Vinyl Poetry, and elsewhere. Her poetry earned her an Academy of American Poets College Prize, Cave Canem and Jacob K. Javits fellowships, a Vermont Studio Center residency, and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College. More recently, Kyla has published essays, articles, interviews, and reviews in Gawker, the Guardian, REVIVE Music, Sarah Lawrence Magazine, Wondaland.com, and Zora Magazine. Her writing has garnered recognition from Ebony.com, which in 2013, named her one of "7 Young Black Writers You Should Know." The lifestyle site Ravishly.com called Kyla one of "3 Emerging Writers Carrying on the Torch of Maya Angelou." She is a graduate of Spelman College with a BA in English. Sponsored by The Creative Writing Program and Cave Canem Foundation (http://www.cavecanempoets.org). Location: Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall Tuesday, March 8, 2016 at 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
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What I've Been Reading Recently
A look at what I've been reading recently. Click 'Show More' for links to everything mentioned. xx -- THE POETRY BOOK SOCIETY http://bit.ly/2OG2LW8 Claim 10% off your membership order with the code SPRING19VLOG Founded by T.S. Eliot, the Poetry Book Society delivers the best new poetry books to your door every quarter alongside the Bulletin poetry magazine, featuring exclusive reviews and commentary from major international poets. Poetry Book Society Members also get 25% off all extra poetry book orders on their website. Membership options start at just £18, and they ship worldwide. http://bit.ly/2OG2LW8 — If you like my videos and podcasts, please consider supporting me on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/jenvcampbell — MY BOOKS: THE GIRL AQUARIUM: https://tinyurl.com/yd426vap Signed copies: http://www.jen-campbell.co.uk/shop.html THE BEGINNING OF THE WORLD IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT https://tinyurl.com/yatcm2ko Signed copies: http://www.jen-campbell.co.uk/shop.html FRANKLIN’S FLYING BOOKSHOP: http://tinyurl.com/mmfrq69 Signed copies: http://www.jen-campbell.co.uk/shop.html FRANKLIN AND LUNA GO TO THE MOON https://tinyurl.com/ybjsrawo Signed copies http://www.jen-campbell.co.uk/shop.html FRANKLIN AND LUNA AND THE BOOK OF FAIRY TALES: https://tinyurl.com/y4sgeb35 THE BOOKSHOP BOOK: http://tinyurl.com/zxoqbex Signed copies: http://www.jen-campbell.co.uk/shop.html THE HUNGRY GHOST FESTIVAL: http://tinyurl.com/d9c44ky Signed copies: http://www.jen-campbell.co.uk/shop.html WEIRD THINGS CUSTOMERS SAY IN BOOKSHOPS: http://tinyurl.com/z6qdah3 Signed copies: http://www.jen-campbell.co.uk/shop.html MORE WEIRD THINGS CUSTOMERS SAY IN BOOKSHOPS: http://tinyurl.com/zrt8hrv Signed Copies: http://www.jen-campbell.co.uk/shop.html — BOOKS MENTIONED THE POETRY BOOK SOCIETY http://bit.ly/2OG2LW8 Claim 10% off your membership order with the code SPRING19VLOG Amish Trivedi, Your Relationship to Motion Has Changed https://tinyurl.com/y54lpq7p Jane Yeh, Discipline https://tinyurl.com/y54pagot Elisabeth Sennitt Clough, At Or Below Sea Level https://tinyurl.com/y5r3o3e5 Rebecca Tamás, WITCH https://tinyurl.com/y34a6nx3 Rachael Allen, Kingdomland https://tinyurl.com/y9dghxaw — WHO I AM Hello, my name's Jen. I'm an award-winning poet and short story writer. My debut short story collection 'The Beginning of the World in the Middle of the Night' is published by Two Roads, and my children's books, 'Franklin's Flying Bookshop’ and ‘Franklin and Luna Go To The Moon’ are published by Thames and Hudson. I'm also the author of the Sunday Times bestselling 'Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops' series, 'The Bookshop Book' and 'The Hungry Ghost Festival.' I run writing workshops, give talks at universities & book festivals on a variety of topics, judge literary prizes, and take on freelance writing and editing. If you would like to speak with me about the possibility of working together, please get in touch via email: [email protected] x -- Where to find me: Website: http://www.jen-campbell.co.uk Editorial Services: http://www.jen-campbell.co.uk/editorial Writing Workshops: http://www.jen-campbell.co.uk/writing-workshops Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/jenvcampbell Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/jenvcampbell Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/jenvcampbell Events: http://www.jen-campbell.co.uk/events Podcast: http://www.jen-campbell.co.uk/podcast Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/3o3s4d2 Goodreads: http://tinyurl.com/hs8nxjm Email: [email protected] (Since starting Youtube, some of you have been asking what's wrong with my hands. This should answer any questions :) http://tinyurl.com/z3kzk24.) NB This video is sponsored by The Poetry Society. All opinions are my own.
Views: 5364 Jen Campbell
Writing Contest Advice
Watch Stephanie G'Schwind, Camille Rankine, Michael Collier, and Beth Harrison offer their advice for poets and writers interested in submitting their work to writing contests. G'Schwind, director of the Center for Literary Publishing; Collier, director of the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference; Rankine, communications coordinator at Cave Canem Foundation; and Harrison, associate director of the Academy of American Poets, talked with editor Kevin Larimer as part of a roundtable interview published in the May/June 2011 issue of Poets & Writers Magazine.
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Philip Schultz: The Writers Studio Reading Series
Philip Schultz is an American poet, and the founder/director of The Writers Studio (http://www.writerstudio.com/), a private school for fiction and poetry based in New York City. He is the author of several books of poetry, including The God of Loneliness (2010), a major collection of the poet's works; Failure (2007) co-winner of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry; Living in the Past (2004); and The Holy Worm of Praise (2002), all published by Harcourt. He is also the author of Deep Within the Ravine (Viking 1984), which was the Lamont Poetry Selection of the Academy of American Poets; Like Wings (Viking 1978, winner of an American Academy & Institute of Arts and Letters Award as well as a National Book Award nomination); and the poetry chapbook, My Guardian Angel Stein (1986). His work has been published in The New Yorker, Partisan Review, The New Republic, The Paris Review, Slate, among other magazines, and he is the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship in Poetry to Israel and a 2005 Guggenheim Fellowship in Poetry. He has also received, among others, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Poetry (1981), a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Poetry (1985), as well as the Levinson Prize from Poetry magazine. His memoir, My Dyslexia, was released by W. W. Norton & Company in September 2011. Philip Schultz lives in East Hampton, NY with his wife, sculptor Monica Banks and their two sons, Elias and August.
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How to Use Instagram for Writers | Collab with Brittany Wang
Are you looking to take your author platform to the next level and ramp up your social media content and engagement? Learn more about how to use Twitter and Instagram in this special iWriterly collab with Brittany Wang. This video is part of a two-part collab. In the first video, Meg LaTorre of iWriterly will be asking Brittany questions about Instagram and how published and aspiring authors can use it effectively. Once you’re done watching this video, be sure to hop on over to Brittany’s channel, where Meg will answer questions about how to use Twitter effectively. WATCH BRITTANY'S VIDEO: https://youtu.be/dWsb9Pgf444 ~~~ VIDEOS MENTIONED: How to Effectively Manage Your Social Media Platforms as a Writer (iWriterly) https://youtu.be/RJGhvoYJpCU How I Grew My Author Platform FAST with Instagram Live (Brittany Wang) https://youtu.be/QwX7JfzXyDw ~~~ // ABOUT BRITTANY: // Brittany Wang is an AuthorTuber and YA author from New England. She is currently working on her debut YA fantasy series that centers around her world of fairies. She is also incredibly passionate about helping writers and promoting writing community through her Instagram, "Plotter Life Writers" Facebook Group, and YouTube Channel. When not writing she enjoys other creative endeavors like singing as well as spending time and traveling with her husband Ben. Website | https://www.authorbrittanywang.com/ YouTube | https://www.youtube.com/authorbrittanywang Plotter Life Writers Facebook Group | https://www.facebook.com/groups/plotterlifewriters/ Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/authorbrittanywang/ Twitter | https://twitter.com/authorbrittwang // ABOUT MEG: // Meg LaTorre is a writer of adult SFF, YouTuber, developmental book editor, writing coach, creator of the free query critique platform, Query Hack, Publishable co-host, and former literary agent with a background in magazine publishing, medical/technical writing, and journalism. Website: http://bit.ly/iWriterlyWebsite Monthly Newsletter: http://bit.ly/iWriterlyNewsletter Twitter: http://bit.ly/MegLaTorreTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/MegLaTorreInstagram Facebook: http://bit.ly/MegLaTorreFacebook Goodreads: http://bit.ly/MegLaTorreGoodreads iWriterly Twitter: http://bit.ly/iWriterlyTwitter iWriterly Facebook: http://bit.ly/iWriterlyFacebook → CHECK OUT iWRITERLY AFFILIATES: https://iwriterly.com/affiliates/ // LOOKING TO FIND YOUR NEXT FAVORITE BOOK? // It’s no secret that just about anything can be found on Amazon. If you are looking for your next favorite book, whether that’s a physical book or ebook, check out Amazon. When there isn’t time to sit down and read, give Audible a go. https://amzn.to/2CE2Vc3 [affiliate] // NEED AN EDITOR? CONSIDER SCRIBENDI. // Since we are a small team here at iWriterly, we do (unfortunately) have limited availabilities for our editorial services. If you are unable to book an editorial package with us, consider working with Scribendi. http://bit.ly/iWriterly-Scribendi [affiliate] // WANT TO MAKE A BEAUTIFUL AUTHOR WEBSITE? // Are you in need of an author website? Or do you want to update the one you currently have? At iWriterly, we use WordPress. http://bit.ly/iWriterly-WordPress [affiliate] // NEED HELP WITH GRAMMAR? // Make your writing shine with Grammarly, an online grammar checking, spell checking, and plagiarism detection software. http://bit.ly/iWriterly-Grammarly [affiliate] // LOVE BUYING BOOKS? SO DO WE. // Did you know Book Depository offers more than 20 million books with free shipping all over the world and no minimum purchase? Purchase your new favorite book today. http://bit.ly/iWriterly-BookDepository [affiliate] // STUDIO SET UP: // • Camera: iPhone 6s https://amzn.to/2UR7lmZ • Lights: Craphy Studio Lighting https://amzn.to/2W67hjj • Tripod: Acuvar tripod https://amzn.to/2W9wXvz • Microphone: Snowball Blue https://amzn.to/2Jr02Rp [affiliate links] Green Screen tools thanks to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6KLhmzMdoE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bz33ueMN5Qo https://youtu.be/yQg_n9mFpe8 #authortube #authortuber #writingtips
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GordsPoetryShow #25  More poetry from "Poetry" magazine....
GordsPoetryShow continues its exploration of "The Open Door: 100 years of Poetry Magazine". Included are the works of Laura Kasishcke, Weldon Kees, Robert Creeley, Theodore Roethke, Adrienne Rich, Alice Fulton, Edna St, Vincent Millay, Marianne Moore, John Berryman, H.D., Amiri Baraka, Muriel Rukeyser & Edward Dahlberg
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#WOW Woman Of the Week - Caribbean Writer, Performer, Arts Educator & Social Activist, Deneka Thomas
Morning Show with Michelle Borel featuring Caribbean Writer, Performer, Arts Educator and Social Activist, Deneka Thomas. Deneka Thomas is a Caribbean writer, performer, arts educator, and social activist from Trinidad and Tobago. She is the Program Director and Lead Teaching Artist Girl Be Heard Trinidad and Tobago and a Spoken Word Artist with the 2 Cents Movement. Deneka is the 2018 First Citizen National Poetry Slam Grand Slam Champion. She's is also one of the 2018 Class of Women Deliver Young Leaders. She has been recognized locally and internationally for her work, which explores themes such as advocacy for women and girls, LGBT rights, environmentalism and an exploration of culture and West Indian diaspora. She married her championing women's issues and love for the earth's ecology to create her personal brand of eco-feminism. Her poems have been published in several journals such as The Shade Journal, Track Four Magazine, and Kin Literary Magazine. Has had poems published in print such as Caribbean Medical Journal and Culturego Magazine and is forthcoming in The same Journal. Deneka mentors for upcoming poets and activists in the area of advocacy and empowerment. In January 2018, Deneka was selected as one of the Top 10 Artists in New York by Art 511 Mag.
2016 Individual World Poetry Slam - Steven Willis "GRITS"
146 plays146 Steven Willis Misery Posted 1 year ago1 year 103 plays103 Steven Willis Mixtape Posted 1 year ago1 year 156 plays156 Steven Willis Ebonics 101 Posted 1 year ago1 year 203 plays203 View all comments1 Steven Willis Bobby Posted 1 year ago1 year 77 plays77 Steven Willis MLK Posted 1 year ago1 year 96 plays96 Steven Willis Blame Drake Posted 1 year ago1 year 145 plays145 Steven Willis Beat Writers Posted 1 year ago1 year 102 plays102 Steven Willis C Poem Posted 1 year ago1 year 111 plays111 View all comments1 9 Tracks Steven Willis HisHeirness Posted 1 year ago1 year 1 C Poem 111 2 Beat Writers 102 3 Blame Drake 145 4 MLK 96 5 Bobby 77 View 9 tracks Steven Willis Boundaries (Remix) Feat. @HisHeirness Posted 2 years ago2 years 293 plays293 View all comments2 Steven Willis Seeds Of Influence Posted 4 years ago4 years 449 plays449 View all comments2 Followers 41 Following 48 Tracks 11 Born and raised in Chicago Illinois, 22 year old Steven Willis uses his creative writing background to poetically reflect on the pop culture issues of our time. With art heavily influenced by urban life and religion, Steven mixes elements of hip hop and classic literature to help express his eclectic personal narrative. A recent graduate of Manhattanville College in Purchase, Willis began doing spoken word at the age of 15 as a particpant of Louder Than A Bomb and has performed on stages with the likes Jasmine Mans as well as Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel. Steven is a contributing writer to the BreakBeat Poets Anthology and Manhattanville College’s Graffiti Magazine, a member of Nuyorican Poetry Team 2015, Louder Than A Bomb University’s 2014 Individual Champion and 2015 Individual World Poetry Slam Finalist. This past summer worked as assistant poetry writer for the film CoCo starring Jill Scott, Common, and Azelia Banks set to be released in Spring 2016.
Views: 14883 Poetry Slam Inc
HISTORY OF IDEAS - Romanticism
Romanticism is a historical movement that still hugely colours how we tend to feel and look at the world: it’s responsible for the way we approach love, nature, business and children. This is its history. If you like our films take a look at our shop (we ship worldwide): http://www.theschooloflife.com/shop/all/ Please help us to make films by pressing Subscribe: http://tinyurl.com/o28mut7 Produced in collaboration with Marcus Round http://www.marcusround.com #TheSchoolOfLife
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The Writer's Block Literary Magazine
Grover Cleveland High School's very own literary magazine in work. The 4th edition is coming out soon in April! Produced by: Amritpal Kaur and Jaspreet Kaur
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Melinda Palacio - Poets & Writers Event
Melinda Palacio, representing PALABRA magazine, reads from her work at a Poets & Writers' event, "Connecting Cultures," Beyond Baroque Literary / Arts Center, Venice, CA (5/7/11). ~ Video by www.Poetry.LA
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Three BreakBeat Poets
In celebration of National Poetry Month, Poetry magazine presents Three BreakBeat Poets. “McDonald’s" Written and performed by Fatimah Asghar “On Caskets" Written and performed by Nate Marshall "Manifesto, or Ars Poetica #2”* Written and performed by Krista Franklin Find work by these poets and more in the April 2015 issue of Poetry magazine—available digitally for free during April. http://www.poetryfoundation.org/downloads/POETRY_April2015NPM.pdf ________________________________ Video by Hannah Welever Animation by Joshua Hauth Music by The Rempis Percussion Quartet “1.2” Circular Logic Dave Rempis, alto/tenor/baritone saxophone Anton Hatwich, bass Frank Rosaly, drums Tim Daisy, drums *"Manifesto, or Ars Poetica #2" is part collage poem that contains lines from poems by Wanda Coleman, Aimé Césaire, Amiri Baraka, Tim Seibles, Erica Jong, Lucille Clifton, & Krista Franklin, album titles, movie titles, song titles, book title, and a quote from Bruce Lee.
Views: 2696 Poetry Foundation
Dr  El 'The American Dream' with Faleeha Hassan & Bill Peters
International poets and writers share their American Dream with the world. Read Faleeha's magazine 'Moms Smile.' https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/view/59259340/faleeha-hassan-moms-smile-magazine

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