As always there are many announcements from the KotaPress Poetry front. We hope you will find these helpful, and feel free to contact us via email at email@example.com or via phone at 206-251-6706 if you need further information.
»» Do you know the business of your art? Most poets don't. Now you can take this Kota class no matter where you live and find out what the business of you art looks like.
We'll cover everything from revision to the dreaded poet voice, from self publishing to web publishing and back again. You can register online instantly though our eStore and get started right away. Don't miss out!
»» From PWJ Publishing: LABYRINTH, Poems & Prose, edited by Patricia Wellingham-Jones
In this unusual collection, thirty-three poets and writers give voice to their thoughts and experiences about the ancient symbol of lifes passage and spiritual pilgrimage, the labyrinth. Mostly poetry, the book also features articles on labyrinths of southern Oregon and northern California and the labyrinth as a tool in working with children. A few mazes crept in and, because they are close relatives of labyrinths, were allowed to stay. Photos and drawings are included in the 82-page perfect-bound book. ISBN 0-939221-18-7.
Order Labyrinth for US$12.50 post paid from PWJ Publishing, PO Box 238, Tehama CA 96090-0238. Phone 1-530-384-1341. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whine & Crackers: Musings of a High School Principal by Joe Pelanconi
»»Lifeboat: A Journal of Memoir - Submissions wanted for a new print publication. The debut issue is Autumn 2002; deadline, August 1, 2002. We seek literary autobiographical writingprose, poetry (including haibun), as well as book reviews (please query), oral biographies (please query), and B&W photography. Each issue will have a theme; the first is Leaving Home. Please see the website for all submission guidelines: www.lifeboatjournal.com.Allegra Wong is the poetry editor of the journal. Brief poetry guidelines are as follows; please see the website for further suggestions:
Poetry: Please submit 3-5 poems that reflect the theme of the issue. Poems should be typed single-spaced, on one side of the page. We favor free verse (and its challenges) over forms, and weseek something richer, more complex, poignant, and resonant than memory alone.
Haibun: Please submit 2 haibun, up to 750 words each, that reflect the theme of the issue. We seek haibun that is imagistic, somewhat objective, and terse like a prose poem. Haibun should be typed single-spaced, on one side of the page.
has a brand new look for the New Year! We are actively reviewing submissions
to fill up the new pages for 2002. Also, a new Poet Pages
service is now available. Poets can put a collection on-line quickly without
the hassle or expense of creating or maintaining
a websiteand without banners, ads, or pop-ups. We do the work! Poet
Pages are featured/linked in the e-zine but the unique Poet Page address
(ie: -www.alittlepoetry.com/yourpage.html-) acts as an independent web
site too. There are several slick templates to choose from. Check it out
has landed on Vashon Island with the following new contact information:
»» Mrs. Duck
Needs You! Now you can make a donation to Mrs. Duck through our non-profit
umbrella organization M.I.S.S.. You can support the Mrs. Duck Project
thru SeattleM.I.S.S. which is the Seattle, WA, local chapter for the national
non-profit org M.I.S.S.ing (Mission for Infant Survival & Stillbirth In
Natural Grieving/ Mothers In Sympathy & Support).
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