NO FEE Submission call + editor interview – Glass’ Poets Resist, DEADLINE: Always open — Trish Hopkinson

Glass’ Poets Resist is a current events poetry series, edited by Catherine Chambers, published by Glass Poetry Press as part of Glass: A Journal of Poetry. They are “looking for poems that reflect the immediacy of the world around us. . . . poems that are targeted, and unafraid. . . . poems that actively […]

via NO FEE Submission call + editor interview – Glass’ Poets Resist, DEADLINE: Always open — Trish Hopkinson

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  1. Interesting. I have a good read through, mission statement, submission conditions, etc, etc, and noted that work published previously, even on a personal website or a blog will not be considered. Rather narrows the field for them does it not; particularly as they seem to be calling for emerging/underrepresented voices to be heard; but the intent seems good hearted.

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  2. I never participate when it says it can not have been published even on a personal website (unless they are paying me upfront, and I call that a commission not a submission) and yet sometimes these calls stir someone’s muse and gets them writing again. That is why I like to share those that seem legitimate.

    I think, as you say, the intent is good hearted, even if a bit unrealistic.

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