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Hey all, now it’s the first of February, it’s time to announce when our first collection by Paul D Hegginson shall be released.
The date we shall be releasing the collection will be the 20th of February. So, that’s in just under three weeks time. The collection itself is 50 poems, encompassing many questions and thoughts of the writer, spanning the last 10 years. To call Paul prolific would be an understatement (he has many, many more poems in his notebook, more of which we hope to release in future collections).
The book shall be available on Lulu.com for paperback copies, with cover design by Lucy Hartshorn, and also available on Amazon for Kindle (we are going to be looking at the possibility of other avenues as well). So, stay tuned for more news on this over the next three weeks.
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Still one of the best writers ever.
Welcome to our Weekend Poetry Readings, where we find a classic poem read by the poet. In doing so, by presenting the poem in the words of the poet, we hope that something new is conveyed to you, the listener.
This week, we decided to share some Sylvia Plath with you. Plath’s importance in the field of literature is undisputed, and in her short life she burned brighter than most. Credited with advancing the genre of confessional poetry, she is perhaps best known for her autobiographical novel The Bell Jar, written shortly before her untimely death in 1963, and two collections of poetry, Ariel and The Collosus andOther Poems. Posthumously awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1982 for The Collected Poems. Even though she is gone, her words, and here, her voice, live on.
So take a minute, sit down, and enjoy this piece. One of the…
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Hi all, quick little reminder here about what we have coming up that you may be interested in submitting to, and a little something about a couple of collections we have in edit.
First up, our Burns Night competition is closing on the 20th (that’s exactly a weeks time, folks). We want your best poem inspired by Robert Burns. Seeing as it’s Burns night soon, we thought this would be a great idea, and a homage to one of the greats. Send your best work to us, and the winner will be published on Burns Night on this site (25th Jan).
Also, we’re still looking for submissions of Western and Traditional Haiku for our next anthology “Western Haiku: A collection”. Deadline is the 10th of February, we intend to publish this around the middle of March.
Submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We also have a couple of collections we are in the…
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