The Colorado Poet, #25, Winter 2013-2014

Writing News

Here’s a culling of recent writing news, in no particular order and with no claims to be exhaustive of the past few months. Get it all by clicking on Writing News on the website or join us on Facebook for the full lists. Remember to tell us when and where you’ve published work:

Recent publications:

Kierstin Bridger (Mason’s Road: a literary and art journal),  Lisa Zimmerman, (Natural Bridge), Jane Hilberry (Tar River), Art Goodtimes (Poets’ Corner of Telluride Inside…and Out), Daniel Klawitter (Wayfarer: A Journal of Contemplative Literature), Bob King (Adirondack Review, North Dakota Quarterly, Turtle Island Quarterly), Aaron Anstett (Another Chicago Magazine, The Laurel Review, Map Literary, [PANK]), Mary Crow (Poet Lore, Oyez Review, Passager), Wendy Videlock (Rattle, The Hudson Review, Quadrant, The New Criterion), Amber Koneval (Doxa), Uche Ogbuji (Stachte, Shot Glass) Matthew Cooperman (The Awl, New Found Journal). 


David Mason, Sea Salt: Poems of a Decade: 2004-2014 (Red Hen Press)
Martin Balgach, Too Much Breath (Main Street Rag)
Erin Virgil, Memory Holes (Monkey Puzzle Press) and Fantastic Voyage to the Ordinary Planet (Dancing Girl Press).
Jared Smith, To The Dark Angels (New York Quarterly Books)

Colorado Submissions:

Colorado Life has announced “Prairies” as the theme for the May/June 2014 issue. Send poems, including your mailing address, to poetry@ (or PO Box 974, Estes Park, CO 80517).

Michael Henry, new poetry editor for the Mountain Gazette, is asking for submissions .

Bob King’s favorite quote to give to students:
“A writer is not so much someone who has something to say as he is someone who has found a process that will bring about new things he would not have thought if he had not started to say them.”

--William Stafford, A Way of Writing