chosen by bear creek haiku's assistant editors Frosty and Tama
'that's us! guess which is Frosty, and have a poem
published in the next issue of bear creek haiku. . .'
a real sweetheart
of print poetry pub's,
send poetry to
Peggy Dugan French
2486 Montgomery Ave.
Imitation Fruit Literary Journal does wonders with poetry- www.imitationfruit.com email@example.com
Eva Barrows, editor ('and she has some wonderful kitty-cats!')
here's one of ours, and how she published and enhanced it. . .
artist Chalsea Walton
poet Catfish McDaris and Craig Scott have created
a brand new poetry publication,
a print zine, 3-4 times a year
now seeking your poems!
'work that opens eyes and minds. work that makes you stop; catches your breath;
makes you see the world in a new way. strange/experimental. honest. raw. original.'
Wild Plum - a haiku journal
wow, this online haiku and haiga poetry publication is simply
beautiful (and has been for a long time). . .
perhaps the loveliest online haiku site we have? ('what took us so
long to discover it?', muses Frosty)
ed. Gabriel Sawicki firstname.lastname@example.org
at the hayfield's edge
calm presence from a woodland
scent of aging green
The Roaring Muse https://roaringmuse.com/
brand new print pub. from Duluth, Minnesota
a very favorite city: our family used to visit Duluth
and watch kids race home-made go-carts (no engines)
down Duluth's steep city streets toward Lake Superior
classic scenery, blended with classic wipeouts
'a bit cold and windy in the winter', Tama suggests,
"and, a beautiful city. . . and a beautiful publication. . .
The Pink Chameleon on Line
http://www.thepinkchameleon.com accepting poetry until Oct.31,
a family-orineted small press, ed. Mrs. Dorothy Paula Frieda:
email@example.com Tama: 'and a nice lady"
middle of the night
a thoughtful, radiant wife
what might you say now
years so quickly pass by
in this festival of us
Episteme online journal of Bharat College of Arts and Commerce
Kulagon, Badlapur, India
these worthy folk present/display the poets/poetry they accept for
publication honorably and with dignity - from their journal:
and there's something extra special about sharing poetic space with those whose very names are poetic, ("and lovely", states Tama), such as Deepika Rani, Jumagul Suvonova, Khosiyat Rustamova
Up to three unpublished poems, short third-person bio., a passport-
sized photo (mine wasn't, they accepted it anyway) to:
check out their website, partially to make sure I've listed what few details there are correctly - this submission period closes Nov. 11th
The Stray Branch Literary Magazine
'Shorter poems, edgy, darker material written, reflecting the heart & human condition known as existence, includes depression, mental illness, loss, sorrow, addiction, recovery, abuse, survival, daily existence, self struggles & discovery through words. Personal, confessional poems are welcomed & embraced here, rhyming poems okay, up to 6 poems in the body of the email or an attachment, no simultaneous submissions, previously published are fine.'
founder/editor Debbie Berk
poet, artist, dear friend Rex Sexton's Heartbreak Hotel:
Rex Sexton was a deep presence
in The Stray Branch
'and how we miss him',
state noble assistants
Tama, how many more poetry publications, print and online,
do we want ('need', says Frosty)
to share with our friends?
bear creek haiku, nor Whispers in the Wind, Kind of a Hurricane
or Cheap Seats or the Romanian Pub. EgoPHobia
heavens, not even to
'Frosty', asks Tama, 'what do we know about Romania?'
'it's where the word romance comes from', Frosty's reply
umm, noble assistants, let's save the rest for
the post we'll create in a few days
it's time for treats!
(chorus of meows)
see you in a moment
ayaz daryl nielsen
firstname.lastname@example.org (and/or) email@example.com