My poem “Ex-Ballerina” published by ONE ART + Submission call
Trish Hopkinson | A selfish poet
by Trish Hopkinson
2w ago
I’m pleased to share that my poem “Ex-Ballerina” was published by ONE ART: a journal of poetry. This is a personal poem and one that reminds us how impressionable we are as children and the importance of body image. ONE ART is incredible kind to work with, fast to respond, and fast to publish! They are listed as one of the best poetry magazines by Book Riot, ranked #6 in Chill Subs’ Top Lit Mags of 2023, and on listed in the 20 Literary Journals with Fast Response Times by Authors Publish. They are always open for no fee, poetry submissions and have a special call for ONE ART’s 2024 Haiku Anth ..read more
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2 micro-fictions published in The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts
Trish Hopkinson | A selfish poet
by Trish Hopkinson
2M ago
Tremendous thanks to The Journal of Compressed Arts for publishing two micro fictions “Expectancy” and “I Am Meg White.” These two compressed pieces are lyrical and could be considered prose poems. The first is based on a true story from an interaction I had with my husband and the second focuses on Meg White, who was half the band The White Stripes. You can read more about the pieces by clicking the link at the bottom of the page where it says, “See what happens when you click the link below.” Click here to read both micro fictions. The Journal of Compressed Arts is a project of Matter Press ..read more
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32 International lit mags seeking submissions of poetry, prose, and art (Just Updated!)
Trish Hopkinson | A selfish poet
by Trish Hopkinson
2M ago
UPDATED: December 2023 Why limit yourself to being published in lit mags in the U.S., Canada, or the U.K? There are many countries with English-language lit mags you can also submit your work to. For example, my poem “My Monkey Grammarian” was published in Hong Kong and even included in a review! This list focuses on no fee poetry submissions, but most lit mags accept prose and art as well. The listings are in alphabetical order. Amsterdam Quarterly LOCATION: Netherlands READING PERIODS: Spring 2024: 1 to 31 January; Theme: Generation Summer 2024: 1 to 30 April; Theme: Vibration Autumn 2024 ..read more
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2 poems published in Anti-Heroin Chic
Trish Hopkinson | A selfish poet
by Trish Hopkinson
2M ago
I’m honored to have two poems published in the December issue of Anti-Heroin Chic alongside so many incredibly talented poets! My poems “The Hospital Bed Floats” and “Anniversary” are poems of recovery. It’s important to me that these personal poems are out in the world.  Many of you know that in 2015 my son (21 at the time) was in a horrible accident in which he was hit on his bicycle by someone in a pickup truck in downtown Salt Lake City. He nearly lost his life. Recovery was difficult, but he made it through and I’m grateful every day that he is still the same amazing, creative person ..read more
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NO FEE submission call + editor interview – POETiCA REViEW, Deadline: Dec. 21, 2023
Trish Hopkinson | A selfish poet
by Trish Hopkinson
3M ago
POETiCA REViEW is an online poetry journal with fast response times of one week to one month, that “hope[s] to give voice to the myriad of disparate voices within the artistic community, locally, and internationally, regardless of notoriety or who is currently favoured by this or that magazine. Our mission is to inject new blood into the poetry scene.” You can read previous issues online to get a feel for what they like to publish. They are open year-round, but make sure to submit before December 21 to get into their next issue, which will be their special 20th Anniversary Edition! I was ..read more
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My poem “Lazarus Women” published by OyeDrum
Trish Hopkinson | A selfish poet
by Trish Hopkinson
4M ago
Tremendous thanks to OyeDrum Magazine for publishing my poem “Lazarus Women” was published in OyeDrum’s Hybrid & Writing Works 2023 Issue. This issue is edited by jo reyes-boitel. “Lazarus Women” is a remixed found poem from Margaret Fuller Ossoli’s “Appeal for an Asylum for Discharged Female Convicts.” You can read more about found poetry here. OyeDrum is “an online magazine and intersectional feminist collective. We are a community dedicated to women’s creative and intellectual work.” You can read more about the name OyeDrum here. OyeDrum is not currently open for submissions ..read more
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Do I need a strategy to submit to lit mags?
Trish Hopkinson | A selfish poet
by Trish Hopkinson
4M ago
The short answer is, if you want a strategy, if it helps you plan and manage your submissions and/or keeps you writing, then YES! There’s no fancy formula for being more successful with publication. It varies from person to person based on their goals and priorities. Some writers want as many publications as possible to get their name out there and build up their C.V. or publication credentials. Others only want to submit to paying markets and contests to bring in extra income or based on the principle that they should always be compensated for their work. Some use publication to push themselv ..read more
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3 poems published in Does It Have Pockets
Trish Hopkinson | A selfish poet
by Trish Hopkinson
6M ago
Tremendous thanks to the editors at Does It Have Pockets for publishing three of my poems in their September issue: “Breast-giver,” “Preparation,” and “Quentin Tarantino Loves the Grateful Dead.” These three poems are wildly different from each other and I’d say quirky at the very least. You can read more about the work they publish below. Click here to read all three poems. Does It Have Pockets is an online literary magazine with an emphasis on the uncatagorizable. Scifi poetry? Memoir as instruction manual? Fiction as recipe? If you’ve ever been told, “I love this, but I don’t know where to ..read more
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Poetry Palooza via IWWG + I’m hosting the free kickoff event! – Sept. 7 @ 7pm ET
Trish Hopkinson | A selfish poet
by Trish Hopkinson
6M ago
I’m pleased to announce the International Women’s Writing Guild‘s fall programming for Poetry Palooza! I’ll also be hosting the free kick-off panel with a stellar lineup of poets, writers, and educators on Thursday, September 7 at 7pm Eastern Time. Click here to register for the free Poetry Palooza Kickoff Event! Join IWWG with your host Trish Hopkinson for an evening of celebration and a panel discussion on attention and inspiration for creative writers. We’ll be announcing the upcoming poetry programming, including both paid and no cost virtual events and workshops, and gathering together p ..read more
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My poem “I Know I Have Loved Patricia” published in TAB: The Journal of Poetry & Poetics
Trish Hopkinson | A selfish poet
by Trish Hopkinson
8M ago
I’m excited to announce my poem “I Know I Have Loved Patricia” was published in Volume 11, Issue 3 of TAB: The Journal of Poetry & Poetics. You can download the issue in PDF or listen to audio read by each contributor on their current issue page. This poem was inspired by a fairly recent tradition started by a line from a Frank O’Hara poem entitled “Katy,” which includes the line “Some day I’ll love Frank O’Hara” which inspired the poem by Roger Reeves, “Some Day I’ll Love Roger Reeves” followed by one of my favorite poets, who wrote “Someday I’ll Love Ocean Vuong” followed by “I Never Kne ..read more
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