WWW.FAULTLINESPOETRY.COM Call for Submissions

From Anthony Pfannensteil by way of Angel Latterell:

Nov.29,2011
CALL FOR POEM SUBMISSIONS
(WWW.FAULTLINESPOETRY.COM)

FAULT LINES POETRY JOURNAL is calling for poets of all ages and backgrounds to submit their poems for publication: an exciting opportunity to get published in the newest poetry journal on the West Coast.   Published out of Portland, Oregon, Fault Lines, is reaching out to poets from Oregon, Washing, Northern California, and British Columbia.   It seeks imaginative, evocative, and powerful poetry for is maiden edition.  Poetry can be on any topic in any form. Space is limited and the submission end date is looming,

Fault Lines Poetry encourages submissions from poets of all backgrounds and circumstances: from polished, published poets to shy beginners, from the young to the middle aged to the Boomers.  It asks for poems from immigrants, from the unemployed and the underemployed; from the formally educated and those without degrees; from the homeless, those down on their luck, those whose fortunes are rising, the impaired as well as those in recovery, the imprisoned, the unchurched and the believers.  From all who search!  And from those with answers! All are encouraged to send us poems so that Fault Lines can give them a VOICE.
As editor, I am looking for poems that nourish and encourage reflection, that enchant so that the readers turn page after page, repeatedly, because these poems inspire.
Submit your poems on the poetry website under the Call for  Submission section.
WWW.FAULTLINESPOETRY.COM

ANTHONY PFANNENSTIEL
EDITOR/PUBLISHER

You may contact me if you have any questions
faultlinespoetry@gmail.com

About Splabman

Poet/interviewer Paul Nelson: Founded: SPLAB (Seattle Poetics LAB) & the Cascadia Poetry Festival Wrote: American Sentences (2015), A Time Before Slaughter (2010) and Organic in Cascadia: A Sequence of Energies (Lumme Editions, Brazil, 2013). His 2015 interview with José Kozer was published in 2016 (Ranchos Press) as Tiovivo Tres Amigos. Interviewed: Allen Ginsberg, Michael McClure, Joanne Kyger, Robin Blaser, Anne Waldman, Ed Sanders, Diane di Prima, Nate Mackey, George Bowering, Brenda Hillman, among others and is engaged in a 20 year bioregional cultural investigation of Cascadia, including the festival, a MOOC (Innovative Cascadia Poetry), interviews with Cascadia poets indigenous elders and activists, and the anthology Make It True: Poetry From Cascadia. Paul is co-editor of that anthology as well as 56 Days of August the poetry postcard anthology and writes an American Sentence daily. *MOOC = Massive Open Online Course
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