Sometimes we stumble across fantastic new poetry books that we just can’t help but share. If you have a book you’d like to share with out readers, please contact us here.
Marianne is a UK based writer, journalist, and poet with an MA in Film Studies. Cactus is her debut poetry collection containing 39 original poems, many of which are previously unpublished. The book opens with a short personal essay on the author’s relationship to place. The poems focus on themes of place and home and is split across three sections: Leicester, Brighton, and California.
You can buy it here:
And find Marianne at www.februarystationery.com and twitter.com/marianne_eloise
Live! In an Amazon store near you…
Print Edition: $6.99 available HERE
Both the print and Kindle versions are available today on Amazon. Of course, it wouldn’t be this issue of the magazine unless their was a hiccup. So…the free Kindle version will not be available until tomorrow. You will have five wonderful, glorious days to get your free copy!
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Kindle Edition: 99 cents available HERE
This has been a long time coming, but we are so excited to announce the upcoming release of The Reverie Journal’s first issue – Available on Kindle October 9th!
That’s right. . .I said Kindle.
We struggled for some time trying to find the right outlet for our magazine. We wanted to showcase the amazing work submitted to us in the best possible way, and honesty, we just weren’t finding the right program to utilize.
So the magazine evolved and we decided to make this more of a book, allowing us the ability to truly customize it in the way we wanted and to offer all of you a beautiful, professional product.
In celebration of our first issue, you will be able to download the Kindle version for
Also, for those that have asked, there will be a print edition available. For the poets featured in our magazine we will have a discount code for you to use for the print edition. This is just our way of saying thank you for all the hard work you put in and the patience you have shown while we worked out the kinks.
In the meantime, get ready to share with all your friends and family so we can make this launch a success!
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Thank you and we can’t wait to keep working with you all!
This week’s prompt got us playing around with another poet’s words.
Have you been reading your fellow poets? Well, now’s your chance!
Check them out and vote on your favorite. Voting will last until midnight tonight and the community favorite will be featured on the site tomorrow at 10 am EST.
Thank you for participating and we’ll see you next Monday for a new prompt!
In the meantime, consider submitting to our magazine, which is open and accepting submissions now. Or to our anthology for the theme of Back to Our Roots!
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It’s time for a new wordle! This week, I’ve taken words from one of our editor’s books, Depression’s Dance by Hastywords. There is no set amount of words you have to use, and you can use any form of the word listed below (plural, past tense, etc.)
Here are you words:
To check out Hastyword’s book, click here!
Good luck and have fun!
Remember, all entries must be linked back to this post with a pingback or by commenting by Friday at midnight EST. Saturday is the vote and Sunday the winner will be featured. The winner is also entered for a place in the spring edition of our magazine.
We wanted to share some love with our community and pass along information for other publishing opportunities out there…
Though we certainly hope you’ll still consider submitting with us for our magazine, anthology, or Write for Us submissions.
Today we are featuring, Able Muse.
From their site:
Able Musepredominantly publishes metrical poetry and poetry translation complemented by art and photography, fiction and non-fiction including essays, book reviews and interviews with a focus on metrical and formal poetry. We are looking for well-crafted poems of any length or subject that employ skillful and imaginative use of meter and rhyme, executed in a contemporary idiom, that reads as naturally as your free verse poems. All forms of formal poetry are welcome. We will also publish, occasionally, theexceptional free verse poem. For an example of what we’re interested in, check the poetry of Philip Larkin, James Merrill, Elizabeth Bishop, Derek Walcott, Marilyn Hacker, Richard Wilbur, Anthony Hecht….
Able Muse seeks to publish established as well as new voices. We read everything and publish only the best. Send your best!
Send only previously unpublished poems. No simultaneous submissions, please. Contributions that have already been published or are being considered for publication elsewhere are not eligible to be considered for publication in Able Muse, unless a cross-publishing arrangement has previously been negotiated.
Please click here for the rest of their submission guidelines.
Address: 467 Saratoga Ave., #602, San Jose, CA 95129-1326
Contact: Alex Pepple, editor