By the way, I appreciate the poetry spotlight ideas people have sent my way. Keep them coming at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Poetry Spotlight Idea.
The 2017 Poet’s Market, edited by Robert Lee Brewer, includes hundreds of poetry markets, including listings for poetry publications, publishers, contests, and more! With names, contact information, and submission tips, poets can find the right markets for their poetry and achieve more publication success than ever before.
In addition to the listings, there are articles on the craft, business, and promotion of poetry–so that poets can learn the ins and outs of writing poetry and seeking publication. Plus, it includes a one-year subscription to the poetry-related information on WritersMarket.com. All in all, it’s the best resource for poets looking to secure publication.
Open Books: A Poem Emporium is located in Seattle, Washington, and it’s a 500-square-foot shop packed with more than 10,000 new, used, and out-of-print poetry titles, “as well as a selection of titles about poetry.” In other words, it’s a bookstore that specializes in one thing: poetry!
In addition to the poetry books, lovers of poetry can also find poetry events, including readings with both local and national poets. And, of course, this bookstore will celebrate its 22nd anniversary during the month of April (on the 28th to be precise).
Interested in buying books online? Open Books lists some of the better used book finds online. And if you’re in the Seattle area, the bookstore is open Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., as well as the first Sunday of the month from noon to 4 p.m.
Check out these other poetic posts:
- Bryan Borland: Poet Interview.
- Collecting Poems Into a Book: 5 Poets Share Their Method.
- WD Poetic Form Challenge: Diminishing Verse.
from Writing Editor Blogs – WritersDigest.com http://www.writersdigest.com/whats-new/open-books-poetry-spotlight