Monthly Archives: October 2011

31. oct.0z9


31. oct.0z9.

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what if we all stopped going to Shell?


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4w9ZxEeC1c&feature=player_embedded

 

almost ran out of gas today but did not stop at the shell station!

see shell in nigeria

shell in ireland

etc

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Submissions

If you have read the Railroad Poetry Project Manifesto and believe that Railroad is an appropriate representative to exhibit your poetry then please submit your genius following these guidelines:

  1. Paste three poems into the body of an email. If you have special formatting requirements, please state and add attachments as an alternative; subject lines should include your name and title of first poem
  2. Emails should include all contact details including:
  • Name
  • Pseudonyms (if applicable)
  • Email address
  • A link to your blog or website so that we can link your work in case of publication
  • A short biography – this is optional – but we genuinely love to hear about Railroad contributors and their work

We cannot pay you at present because nobody ever pays us but we can send lots of beautiful traffic your way and give you a platform from which you can promote your work.

All poetry submissions should be sent to the editors at railroadpoetryproject@gmail.com

The Railroad ‘Unadulterated Creativity’ Promise

“If most editors don’t want it – we probably will”

There are no restrictions on poem content, theme, length or form: if you want to send to us, we want your work. We don’t want you to feel turned away by our ‘guidelines’ – so we haven’t got any. We thrive on poetry, and we want as much of it as we can get. Your creativity will roll into ours; the creative beat then moves into our online issues, as your work comes together with ours to form part of our online magazine, a beatific shrine to pure, unadulterated creativity.

http://railroadpoetryproject.wordpress.com/

nuvo vox


https://www.createspace.com/3695382

 

vox poetica inspirations: images & words collection 3
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About the author:
Annmarie Lockhart, editor, is the founder of vox poetica, an online literary salon dedicated to bringing poetry into the everyday.

vox poetica inspirations: images & words collection 3

fall 2011

Authored by Annmarie Lockhart
Photographs by Gianluca D’Elia, Annmarie Lockhart, Patti Forehand
Contributions by Grace Burns, Jeanette Cheezum, Helen Losse, Stan Galloway, Joanna S Lee, Clarissa McFairy, Telly McGaha, Jean McLeod, Joan McNerney, Lisa Nielsen, Rae Spencer, Ray Sharp, Nate Spears, Cassie Premo Steele, Bobbie Troy, and others, Bryan Borland

The third in an ongoing series of anthologies of work that appeared at the vox poetica prompts page. Photos by Gianluca D’Elia, Annmarie Lockhart, and Patti Forehand, and poems by various authors including Pushcart Prize nominees Telly McGaha, Jean McLeod, Cassie Premo Steele, Rae Spencer, Ray Sharp, and Bobbie Troy.

Publication Date:
Oct 19 2011
ISBN/EAN13:
1936373238 / 9781936373239
Page Count:
78
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8″ x 10″
Language:
English
Color:
Full Color with Bleed
Related Categories:
Poetry / Anthologies

 

moving


all the stuff is in new place.  seems like i’m still carrying boxes down two flights of stairs when i lie in bed at night. all have a bit of a cold, sniffles etc. but last night there were deer by the old apple tree, they are laying down and munching away on the windfalls – sounds like a perfect deer way to spend an evening – take it as a good sighn.

this am bright new england autumn sun, last night bit of a frost, some yoga first time in what seems like forever, some meditation, check the emails, some new publishers to submit to, some new magazines to check out, and its just past noon. even got the headlight fixed on the jeep earlier….

moving daze


been moving house yesterday today and looks like f/n tomorrow – after all stayed over a year in last plce. this is good though more space more country side still near by to work n excellent school and only three steps instead of two flights of stairs…. now the trick is to surrvive and remain healthy

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