Monthly Archives: June 2012

Three days left

There’s only three days left to submit! We hope to hear from you.

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A Quick Numbers Update

With just eight days left to submit here’s where the next volume stands; 46  folks have submitted 181 poems for consideration. 20 individuals have forwarded 22 pieces of Non-Fiction for review. 29 authors have emailed 37 stories for scrutiny. And 8 … Continue reading

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Submission Deadline June 30th!

Our open submission period ends on June 30th. Any submissions received afterward will not be considered for our July issue. If we haven’t yet, we hope to hear from you soon.

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Looking for advise about what to submit?

Check out the June 14th interview with editor and founder of FTLR, Matt Larrimore, on our friend Khara House’s blog Our Lost Jungle

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The Pleasures of Collaborative Poetry

Editorial Article John Hitzel is currently finishing a Master’s Degree with an emphasis in Creative Writing, Poetry, at Northern Arizona University. He has served as a reader for Thin Air magazine and will be the Poetry editor for next year’s issue … Continue reading

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….and, we’re back.

I’ve been away for a week but I’m back and planning on posting an article on cooperative poetry on Friday. The submissions are still coming in and it looks like we’ll have a nice end product. Thanks for all the … Continue reading

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Thank You

In the month of May, our first month, we received 2314 page views (something like 800 visitors). 84 folks have submitted 229 pieces of written and photographic art for our July issue. Thank you for the support.

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Author Blogs and Sites

Khara House Author Bio: Khara House is a poet, freelance writer/editor, and educator. Originally from Pennsylvania, she currently lives and teaches in Arizona. Khara received her Master’s in English with a Creative Writing (Poetry) emphasis from Northern Arizona University. Her poems … Continue reading

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