Just heard that Blue Fifth Review is taking two of my poems for its Winter 2008 issue.
Publication tracking note: End of year tallying says that makes a total of four pieces accepted for publication in 2007, to appear in 2008. Question is: should they be used to boost 2007 stats or to get a head start on 2008 stats?
Heh. On The Prophet. One of those books one is forever meaning to read. And one will too, one day.
Richard Epstein is at it again. Too funny.
up at Mannequin Envy. first grade activist is a NaPo piece from this year. Thanks again, NaPo!
and all shall be well, and all manner of thing shall be well.
Julian of Norwich
Deep calls to deep
at the roar of your waterfalls;
all your breakers and your waves
have gone over me.
in an unsettled sort of way. I must be. Why else would I be mulling over simultaneous submissions?
“Why do writers send out work simultaneously? Because we’re only on this earth for a short time and many editors take months to respond to a single submission.”
Here’s the Kenyon Review on simultaneous submissions. More editor-poet wars. Blog-posted-poem déjà vu.