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CAUGHT IN THE NET FEATURED POET SERIES
To be considered as a featured poet in Caught in the Net or for our Poem of the Week, please send one poem and bio to firstname.lastname@example.org mark subject “poetry submission”
Poetry Super Highway poet of the week
Nine Muses Poetry is a webzine edited and managed by Annest Gwilym, poet and occasional short story writer. It features all forms of poetry by new, emerging and established poets, showcasing the best of contemporary poetry. www.ninemusespoetry.com
Now with a monthly challenge.
|30th July 2019||
Sideways Magazine - We are based in the UK, and publish online and in print. Submissions are directed to email@example.com. Currently we do not have a subscription system in place, but we house our editions on www.sidewayspoetry.com. In terms of our print editions, we are doing this ourselves, and will leave issues in bookshops and libraries around London and Manchester. As we are new we will eventually detail where particular locations are, and are still working this out.
|30th August 2019||
“Enfield. WW2 ... Past Voices”
Let me know your active interest to submit, in the first place, so that I may follow up on progress.
A prefered closing date will be last week of August ( a little leeway if you advise me as a short rehearsal date may be required based on the poems for theatre) at: marytduggan @hotmail.com
You do not need to be an Enfield poet to submit an appropriate poem for this 80th anniversary of the start of the Second World War and London Borough of Enfield WW2 day long conference but they need to be on our sessions theme: “Enfield. WW2 ... Past Voices”
Regardless of invite to perform your poem in theatre all poetic contributions will be presented for publicly exhibited over the whole year at the Dugdale WW2 exhibition room which adjoins the lower foyer and well advertised !!!
The event will take place from 3.30 pm - 4.15pm. Saturday 14th September. 2019 to conclude the last 45 minutes of this day long conference where selected poems and poets will present their work in theatre at The Dugdale.
see Museum of Enfield https://www.dugdalecentre.co.uk/whats-on/wwii-day-conference/
“...the Museum will host a day conference at the Dugdale Centre to bring together local historians, actors, poets and museum staff to showcase the history and impact of WWII in Enfield.”
Funny or sad... Explore the impact of this war and the past voices of Enfield and from Enfielders’ :
E.g. Industry and war ( The Enfield Armaments e.g) - Domestic voices - Activities ( Home front?) - The protection from war ( Black outs - Bunkers - sounds - anxiety etc and the many Enfield ‘bunkers’ still around)
Food. Rationing. Household. Evacuee and death in Enfield due to war.
Even Enfield’s conscientious objectors ! ( Quakers etc). Try to use real sources
with a welcome by Enfield archivists to attend their offices at the Dugdale.
(Available by appointment, upstairs at the Dugdale Centre) HTTPS://WWW.DUGDALECENTRE.CO.UK/FIND-US/
|15th September 2019||
|30th September 2019||
The Poetry Village has been publishing online twice a week for over 18 months and is growing in reputation both in the UK and around the world.
|30th September 2019||
From the Edge Poetry Magazine is seeking submissions of quality poetry whose subject matter is unusual, overlooked, unfashionable ,
please send up to 5 poems in the main body of an email to the editor at :firstname.lastname@example.org