Can you have it both ways? Here, three author/poets discuss why prose writers should try poetry, and why poets should pen prose.
Is it safe to submit your poetry to an Internet site or online journal? What should you watch out for? Robin Travis-Murphree, executive editor of Poetic Voices, offers some advice.
Without a distinctive, controlled voice, you can't stake a claim to originality. Here's how one poet learned to track down her own voice.
Thinking of submitting your poetry electronically but not sure how to go about it? Robin Travis-Murphree, executive editor of Poetic Voices, explains the right steps to takeand the pitfalls to avoid.
If you love poetry, shout it out!
When is a poem "finished?" How many drafts does it take? Here poet Jeffrey Hillard shares some thoughts on the revision process.
Noted poet and writing instructor Stephen Perry offers the following tips for those poets struggling with their work
Some advice from Poet''s Market on preparing a poetry manuscript for submission
Poet Leah Maines, author of Looking to the East with Western Eyes (Finishing Line Press) and Beyond the River (KWC Press) is an ace at self-promotion. Here she shares her most successful techniques.