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  • Posted April 04, 2019
  • Voices for an Urgent Time

Speaking to the most urgent issues of our time, including environmental crisis and Indigenous justice, Oskana Poetry and Poetics offers contemporary poetry at its best and probing discussions of poetry's cultural role.

  • Posted April 04, 2019
  • New Poetry Titles from Diode Editions

New titles from Emilia Phillips, Randall Mann, Jehanne Dubrow, Ricky Ray, KC Trommer, Dorothy Chan, Simone Person, and Philip Metres are available now for preorder from Join Diode in Portland at #AWP19 (booth 1020) & the No Fair/Fair ( for book launch signings, offsite readings, & more. See our flier for full event details and locations.

  • Posted April 03, 2019
  • Hack Your Craft with Writers on Writing

Part inspiration, part advice, part anecdote, these books in University of Regina Press's Writers on Writing series are a breath of fresh air for those seeking the writing life.

  • Posted April 03, 2019
  • Still Mightier than the Sword: The Antioch Review

Our recent issue Includes essays by Carolyn Osborn ("Between the Waters") and Jeffrey Meyers ("Francis King: A Memoir"); fiction by Ali Hosseini "(Magic Island") and Kathleen Ford ("Actions in the Field"); poetry by Bruce Fleming (“Re-reading Anna Karenina . . .”) and newcomer Skylar McGann (“A Boat Lost in Your Sea”) as well as Henry Louis Gates Jr.’s “Black London” (reprint from 1976). John Taylor’s “Vulnerable Paul Valéry Between Poetry and Mathematics” and book reviews (Dead Girls: Essays on Surviving an American Obsession by Alice Bolin and feeld by Jos Charles) bring together the BEST words in the BEST order.

  • Posted April 02, 2019
  • Blink-Ink 10th Anniversary

Blink-Ink is a quarterly print literary journal publishing the finest in contemporary fifty word fiction. Fall 2019 will mark our tenth anniversary of continuous publication. Our issues are themed and often come with a bonus insert publication. One of our core principals is to be inclusive of writers, artists, and photographers rather than exclusive. We publish a wide variety of diverse authors both known and yet to be known. We nominate for all major awards including The Pushcart, Best Small Fictions, Best Micro Fiction, and the VERA. Updates, news, subscriptions, and submission guidelines are all available at

  • Posted April 02, 2019
  • Poetry and Artwork to Prompt Student Writing and Spark Conversation

Speak a Powerful Magic features poems by schoolchildren, immigrants and refugees, patients and caregivers, and veterans, alongside the work of well-known contemporary American poets—demonstrating that poetry is truly of the people.

  • Posted April 01, 2019
  • New Merdian Arts Dedicated to Artistic Exchange between Cultures

New Meridian Arts is a non-profit organization dedicated to the artistic exchange between cultures. In this era of globalization multiculturalism is a priority in order to better understand the world and its diversity. New Meridian Arts gives voice to original international writers, encouraging translations of their works from and into English. We are interested in artists who can make a difference to the American cultural environment, in order to broaden and facilitate American access to the rich contemporary life of letters and arts found in other parts of the globe. Visit us at: Contact and submissions at: .

  • Posted April 01, 2019
  • Indispensable Resources for Poets & Creative Writing Teachers

Wingbeats and Wingbeats II, with 119 exercises by 115 teaching poets, provide essential exercises and practice in poetry—beginning to advanced—in nearly seven hundred pages. Each exercise provides step-by-step guidelines and model poems. Poet’s Market put Wingbeats on their list of Six Stellar Sources of Poetry Prompts. “If you are looking for optimum poetry performance with increased strength of mind, inaction reduction, and enhanced inspiration, Wingbeats is a manual to power-lift off the bookshelf” (Coachella Review). Available through Small Press Distribution and Amazon.

  • Posted April 01, 2019
  • New Titles from Pelekinesis

Featuring A Hairpiece Named Denial by S. Sal Hanna, The Typewriter Underground folio by Marc Zegans, California Continuum, Vol. I from John Brantingham and Grant Hier, Tom Ahern's My Father's War Stories As Told By Toys, Unfortunately, Thanks for Everything by T. Anders Carson, Marcia D. Ross with Layla and the Lake, Let Me Tell You How It Isn't from Justin J. Murphy, the Best Microfiction 2019 anthology and The Feral Boy who lives in Griffith Park by Tim Kirk.


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