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Five Poems to Think About Twice Before Submitting

by Kelly Davio

One of the best things about being an editor of a literary journal (and there are many great aspects of the job) is that I get to witness curious trends in poets’ subject matter. 575 more words


The London Magazine’s Poetry Competition 2015

The London Magazine has been home to the likes of Sylvia Plath, Ted Hughes, Christopher Reid, Helen Dunmore and many more. We are on the hunt for new talent – unpublished poems from across the world.  135 more words

Poetry Contests

The Monday Post: Links for Readers and Writers

I am continuing a series (inspired by Electric Literature) where I post important links for writers and readers on Mondays. They may be old links or new links, but they’ll be ones that I find the most interesting or helpful. 367 more words


My Poem "Blackouts (Dog Days 2014)" at MadHat Lit

The fabulous literary journal MadHat Lit saw fit to include my poem, which is about the violence and unrest in Gaza and in Ferguson late last summer, in its Winter 2015 issue. 21 more words

Good News from Diode...

I’m thrilled that two of my poems have been accepted by Diode and will be coming out in their next issue this April!  I’ve loved  26 more words


Good News from Salamander...

I’m honored that two of my poems have been selected for publication by Salamander. Many thanks to the editors! I can’t wait for the next issue!


Wildly Successful

In 2014 I decided it was time to start publishing, or at least trying to publish.  Because until now, I wasn’t published but I could always say, if asked, “I’m not published yet, but my writing is secret.  333 more words