A poem of mine is up on Autumn Sky Poetry, a site I always keep an eye on. Of all the daily poetry sites, I find this the most interesting.
As a sort of displacement activity instead of actually writing, I’ve been submitting a few poems. I was very pleased to have ‘Earth-bound’ up on Autumn Sky Poetry Daily, a site that delights me the more I read it. Recently it has included work by S Thomas Summers and R Nemo Hill, names I recognise from various internet workshops, and ones I’m delighted to rub shoulders with.
I am equally thrilled to have an acceptance from Oxford Poetry, a magazine that is ‘over 100 years old. It is probably the oldest dedicated poetry magazine in the world today.’ I think I might again be pleased when I see the company I’m in. Pass me that dreaming spire when you’re done with it.
There are a number of poetry blogs that publish poems every day, or every few days, without fuss or bother. Just good poems, simply displayed. Poetry Daily picks poems from recently published books and magazines. Other sites ask for submissions (though sometimes intermittently): And Other Poems is one, and so is Autumn Sky Poetry, where I was delighted to have a poem on 21st January.