Hello, dear reader of my bio, I'm glad you stumbled upon my profile. I'm mainly looking for a group to bounce ideas off of and connect with about writing. All genres and formats are welcome, though, I'll admit, I'm rather partial to literary fiction and short fiction.
Concision Poetry Journal publishes experimental poetry and visual art. While formatting is considered, it takes a back seat to experimenting with language and line. Narrative poetry is generally not considered.
Read at least the most recent issue before submitting. Poems published demonstrate how sharp and flexible language can be. The focus is on experiments in line (and sometimes form). Includes reflections on experiments and book recommendations from the authors published in each issue.
I am a sociologist and life-long writer just now discovering that there is a community of writers I can reach out to and lean on. I write speculative fiction about marginalized people's experiences in an effort to capture the complex feelings broken social systems create that can't always be spoken of. I am applying to MFA programs to grow as a writer while surrounding myself with people who share my passion. I also want to branch out to new genres I haven't experimented with before. I am looking for a group of supportive peers that will challenge and inspire me.
I am currently finishing up a BA in English Creative Writing. I have a profile on Medium where I write poems and non-fiction literary pieces. I have a instagram page dedicated to poetry I've created. Otherwise I am learning how to become a better writer and trying to enter the writing communities that exist.
Entity interested in the dynamics and point of it all. Explore and peer.
My name is Ashe, and I've been writing poetry since the 7th grade. I'm looking to join a community where I can engage with other poets and writers. It'd also be a great way to generate new material and celebrate a mutual love and appreciation for the written word.
Digital Poetics is a collective and MIT spin off. We work with poetics and emergent technologies.