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Category Archives: Craft: Poetry, Poems

6 Trends Literary Journals Want To See In Your Poetry | Writer’s Relief

Ah, poetry—an extremely personal and subjective art form if there ever was one! It can be tough figuring out which topics and styles will click with the editors of literary journals, especially when trends in the publishing industry change so rapidly. Luckily, the Writer’s Relief submission strategists are experts in tracking these developments so writers… Continue Reading

Sweet! Literary Magazines That Publish Love Poems | Writer’s Relief

Although love poems have always been popular, modern readers of all ages are especially keen on reading (and buying) love poems from contemporary writers. And that means many editors want to publish (and sometimes even pay for) love poems too! Here at Writer’s Relief, our clients often want to know where to publish love poems.… Continue Reading

How To Become A Better Poet Without Emptying Your Wallet For An MFA | Writer’s Relief

There are many ways to improve your poetry skills. You could spend tens of thousands of dollars on an MFA in poetry. You could enroll in classes at your local community college. You could even take classes online. But at Writer’s Relief, we know there are ways to become a better poet without emptying your… Continue Reading

How To Come Up With The Right Title For Your Poem (With Examples) | Writer’s Relief

Sometimes, coming up with the title for your poem can be harder than writing the actual poem! Your poem’s title should catch your reader’s interest and entice them to read on, so it’s important to make a great first impression. For inspiration, Writer’s Relief presents a list of  examples from the best literary poems of… Continue Reading

7 Contemporary Poets You Should Be Reading | Writer’s Relief

How are you celebrating National Poetry Month? At Writer’s Relief, we recommend immersing yourself in contemporary poetry—inspirational and innovative poetry that has been written in the last hundred years or so. Here are some of our favorite contemporary poets! Brenda Shaughnessy Brenda Shaughnessy currently teaches at Rutgers University Newark and has won several American poetry… Continue Reading



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