Walking Is Still Honest
This is another project of Nostrovia! Poetry’s. It is another publishing press focuses on digital publishing via a blog styled zine, “jogs” (micro-chapbooks) and “journeys” (chapbooks). Poems are published in blog posts that are compiled into a monthly issue. W.I.S.H. is publishing its first issue, so how about you come hop on board, and shoot the press a submission?
The Open End (Tiny TOE Press)
Founded in 2008, this press has hosted some of my poetry before, and prints high quality, DIY chapbooks through the name Tiny TOE Press. They offer homes for most styles of creative writing, and publish work that they deem to be of high literary merit. Shoot them a submission. They will home your writing well, and truly care about it.
Posted by Jeremiah Walton on June 15, 2013
Happy National Poetry Month! As usual, due to a high volume of quality submissions, there was difficulty deciding this month’s winner. M.K. Sukach’s poem Drunk pulled through just a strum stronger than the others though.
Steven Fortune won 2nd place for his poem, Rubbing One-Off, and 3rd place was won by Peabody Winston for his poem, Thank God I Know Him.
I hope you enjoy the victor’s poems!
Posted by Jeremiah Walton on April 30, 2013
The Virus Is Silence, a Nostrovia! Poetry project, is celebrating National Poetry Month by distributing poetry envelopes and street readings. April 5th to 7th was spent in Boston, MA, promoting poetry by street reading and distributing poetry envelopes. April 8th was spent in Portmousth, NH, and the 12th will be spent in Manchester, NH.
What’s cool is that YOU can have your poetry involved. You can submit to have your writing included in the project, to be distributed in poetry envelopes (like the one above) by Nostrovia! Poetry. Submission entry is free. You can read the submission guidelines at the Poetry To The Streets page.
If you’d like to help distribute in your area, there are contact guidelines at the page you can use to get involved. Spreading word of this project is greatly appreciated.
Cheers to poetry!
-Jeremiah Walton, Nostrovia! Poetry
Posted by Jeremiah Walton on April 10, 2013