We’re talking all sorts of new here.
It’s a brand new year. I’ll be scribbling out 2015 on all my paperwork for the next few weeks. I may even remember to write a ‘6’ at some point this month. I mean, the possibilities are endless.
The Reverie Journal got a new look (from Book Genesis). I guess it’s easier to improve the look of a website, versus improve the look of the numbers on my bathroom scale…-le sigh-
The new year is all about change and growth and excitement with the boundless possibilities. Everywhere we turn there seems to be windows and doors opening before us, fresh new viewpoints, and dreams building there on the horizon.
That was beautiful, wasn’t it?
My New Year’s resolution was to work on my positivity.
And to find ways to convince myself that bacon really is a diet food.
But I digress. Let’s get down to it.
I said a new prompt and a new issue. Those are big news items.
The Reverie Journal is now open for submissions for Issue Two.
We are so excited to start this project again. Our first issue was plagued with hiccups, but thanks to our fantastic poets, and some serious crunch work, we were able to bring you a beautiful book anyone would be proud to be featured in. We loved doing it so much, we’re doing it again.
Of course, if the magazine isn’t for you, don’t worry. We are always looking for poets for our Write for Us segment. We want to feature your work on our site. Share with us and let us help showcase your hard work.
Now on to the prompt…
Your prompt is to utilize the word: game.
Think of it as the word itself, as a theme, the feelings we place behind the word…let your imagination go. Have fun with this.
And know that “game” is a really big hint to something fun we’ll be bringing you tomorrow…
Please remember to link your post back to this one or leave it in the comments. You can tag it with #thereveriejournal, too, and we’ll find it! You’ve got until Friday to send in your response for the week.
We’re going to bring back voting THIS Saturday. The poem with the highest number of votes will be posted on Sunday and will be considered for publication in the second issue of the magazine.
So make sure you share, share, share!