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The New Verse News presents politically progressive poetry on current events and topical issues. Submission Guidelines: Send previously unpublished poems in the body of an email to OR to Use “Verse News Submission” as the subject line. Send a brief bio. No payment. Authors retain all rights after 1st-time appearance on website.

Ghost Ocean Magazine accepts submissions during the open reading period for poetry, flash fiction, or hybrid chapbooks.  We accept electronic submissions through Submishmash.  You may submit up to 5 poems or works of flash fiction.  Deadline is June 1, 2011.

The Honey Land Review  is accepting submissions.  Submit 2 to 5 previously unpublished poems.  Compile poems in a single word document and include a cover letter with your name and address. DO NOT include a bio with your submission. It is important to us that we make unbiased decisions based upon the quality of your work. We will require your bio only if your work is chosen for publication.  Please allow 4 to 12 weeks for a response.

Anomalous accepts submission of literary works of texts (poetry, fiction, nonfiction and translation) and hybrid, muti- and new media, audio or video literary works, and images.

Inertia Magazine accepts submissions of poetry, fiction and critical prose as well as personal essays. For poetry, please submit no more than five poems. No more than one work of fiction/prose or non-fiction may be submitted at one time. Our reply time is three to six weeks.  Deadline is June 30, 2011.


About Katrina Parker Williams

Katrina Parker Williams teaches English composition and grammar at a community college. She is a Barton College graduate with a B.S. in Communications and a Masters of Education in English from East Carolina University. She is also the author of a fictional novel titled Liquor House Music. Her works have appeared in Charlotte Viewpoint, Muscadine Lines, Usadeepsouth, and on the Wilson Community College website. Her writings have recently been published at The Saints’ Placenta and All Things Girl and is forthcoming in Dead Mule School of Southern Literature and Muscadine Lines.
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