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a lift-the-flap board book for ages 2-5,

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and winner of a 2015
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The Found Poetry Review

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, January 11, 2017
The Found Poetry Review
 
Give us your poems made up of lines from newspaper articles, instruction booklets, dictionaries, toothpaste boxes, biographies, Craigs list posts, speeches, other poems and any other text-based source. Only found poems will be considered for publication; we regret we cannot publish “original” poems, regardless of quality.
 
With some exceptions, our editors look for submissions:
*Whose form demonstrates some invention by the author, particularly when working with sources that are already complete texts (e.g. books, articles, etc.). It is not enough, in other words, to find an interesting paragraph, add some line breaks and call it a found poem.
*Whose meaning departs from the source text. Turning a newspaper article on a criminal trial into a poem about a criminal trial isn’t a huge stretch; turning it into a poem about your daughter’s birthday is.
*Which make us think, laugh, second-guess, wonder, reflect and otherwise feel something.
 
Compensation is one free copy of the issue, with an opportunity to buy additional copies at a discount.
 
from: Trish Hopkinson facebook page




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The Found Poetry Review

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, January 11, 2017
The Found Poetry Review
 
Give us your poems made up of lines from newspaper articles, instruction booklets, dictionaries, toothpaste boxes, biographies, Craigs list posts, speeches, other poems and any other text-based source. Only found poems will be considered for publication; we regret we cannot publish “original” poems, regardless of quality.
 
With some exceptions, our editors look for submissions:
*Whose form demonstrates some invention by the author, particularly when working with sources that are already complete texts (e.g. books, articles, etc.). It is not enough, in other words, to find an interesting paragraph, add some line breaks and call it a found poem.
*Whose meaning departs from the source text. Turning a newspaper article on a criminal trial into a poem about a criminal trial isn’t a huge stretch; turning it into a poem about your daughter’s birthday is.
*Which make us think, laugh, second-guess, wonder, reflect and otherwise feel something.
 
Compensation is one free copy of the issue, with an opportunity to buy additional copies at a discount.
 
from: Trish Hopkinson facebook page




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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.
 
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