Susan Rich found a way to enjoy the task of submitting poems, playing a form of the license plate game. You, too, can get your poems published and have fun.
Now, when you share pictures of your Every Day Poem pinups, we’ll save them for possible inclusion in a special “Every Day Ideas” ebook in 2015.
“Collected Poems” by Ron Padgett covers more than 50 years of work, summing up a life lived in the creation of poetry.
You know you need to build an author platform. Where should you begin? (Or end.)
Would you like to get featured in some of our upcoming How to Read a Poem Top 10s? Tweet your ideas, your poems, or your pictures to @tspoetry.
Appreciating poets and poems even more by reading Seamus Heaney’s “Opened Ground” alongside Frank O’Driscoll’s “Stepping Stones, ” whose interviews add depth to the poems.
What would you do if you were voted Least Likely to Succeed? This is what Dr. Suess did.
Getting published takes time. Not that this needs to be the goal for every writer, but if we are on a mission like Robert Frost, we should expect cost and passage.
It may not seem so, but in their early days of writing, all writers were builders.
Do you realize what a rare opportunity you have? And do you see what the world would never know if it wasn’t for you as a writer, and you alone?
A poem ought to be more than just a collection of assorted images. What is your poem doing? What does it add up to? How is it governed? • Five tips from the Indiana Review to help keep your next poem from rejection.
On Notice of “To Be Published.” A congratulatory poem for a maker of poems.