See your name listed online with other poets on Poets & Writers and Winning Writers!

Trish Hopkinson

Looking for ways to promote your writing and get your name out there? I recently was listed with two major writing resource sites:

My listing on Poets & Writers

– My listings on Winning Writers: 

  1. Markets and Contests for Writers
  2. Recommended Authors (pg 2)

If you are listed on other sites or have recommendations on other online listings for self-promotion, please add them to the comments below.

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Poets & Writers – Apply to Be Listed

Complete their application by providing some details about your publications. Each publication entered is worth a certain number of points, and once you have entered enough to accrue 12 points, your application will be reviewed and added to their listings. Click here for more information on their Criteria for Listing.

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13 Ways to Support Poetry – guest blog post rewind by Dick Allen

Trish Hopkinson

Great guest blog post rewind up today from Dick Allen… the 13 ways to support poetry below include what to ask your local library, how to support poets you like, and quotes from others in the lit mag industry.

“It is difficult to get the news from poems yet men [and women] die miserably every day for lack of what is found there.”—William Carlos Williams

1. Ask your local public libraries and college and university libraries and even perhaps public school libraries to regularly order and display books of contemporary poetry. A first guideline to encourage them might be to ask these libraries to make sure they have available the current year’s Pulitzer Prize winning book of poems, and probably the current year’s National Book Award book of poems, the current year’s National Book Critics Circle Award book of poems, the current year’s Poets Prize book of poems, the…

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