A Chance To Be Published

Charlie Bondhus, past winner of the Stonewall Chapbook Competition, is looking for submissions for The Good Men Project‘s but poems with a certain perspective. If you’ve written a poem dealing in some way about men or masculinity, submit your poetry to The Good Men Project. Even though the poem should be about men or masculinity, the poem can also be from women and people of all gender identities and expressions. For more information on their guidelines, check out their website here. And for a taste of their poetry check out their archive here. Good luck!

Honoring Baltimore Poet With Her Poetry

In honor of Baltimore poet Dyane Fancey, Baltimore Fishbowl featured an article, “Baltimore Poet Dyane Fancey Dies, Leaves Us with Perfect Poem,” discussing her poem “Multitasking.” The article wonderfully analyzes Fancey’s poem and, despite Fancey’s passing, reminds us death “is as good a reason as any not to worry, but instead simply to “Be here, / Here, now.”

Fancey’s work includes “A Religion of Skin,” published by The New Poets Series (now BrickHouse Books). For more information about Fancey, read The Baltimore Sun‘s article on the poet here.