2005 Poet's MarketŪ
Nancy Breen, Erika Kruse
F & W Media Incorporated, 2004 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 564 pages
The "how, who, where, and when" resource for poets of all skill levels, 2005 Poet's Market is a poet's complete guide to getting published. This edition provides: *Publishing opportunities for aspiring and established poets alike, from magazines, small presses, and competitions, to state and provincial grants *Advice and inspiration from prominent poets, including Nikki Giovanni, Jared Carter, Marie Jordan, and more *Helpful indexes categorized by book and chapbook publishers, openness to submissions, geography, and subject *Ideas for self-promotion, information on publishing scams, and other valuable marketing advice For poets, this guide provides all the direction they need to get their poetry in print.
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acceptance and publication Accepts e-mail submissions Accepts previously published Accepts simultaneous submissions Acquires first North Acquires one-time rights anthology available for SASE available on website Award Billy Collins body of message Book/Chapbook Needs books of poetry card cover chapbooks checks payable comments on rejected contributor's copies Cover letter Deadline digest-sized disk submissions Entry fee Established fiction free verse Guidelines available haiku Include SASE journal length for poetry letter is preferred Magazine Needs manuscript materials for review months P.O. Box pasted into body Pays one contributor's perfect-bound poems and simultaneous Poems are circulated poems or simultaneous poems/issue poems/year Poetry Editor poets Press run previously published poems published poetry publishes theme issues Pushcart Prize Reads submissions rejected poems review consideration Reviews books saddle-stapled Sample Seldom comments Send materials sends prepublication galleys shelf sales Single copy Submit 3-5 poems Submit Submit subscribers subscription U.S. dollars Virgil Suarez winners workshop writing