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A guest writer explains the hidden rules of writing free verse poetry and how to use tools such as line stops, enjambments, alliteration, assonance, consonance, and internal rhyme.
How to publish a book of poetry or a collection of poems. Learn the best ways to get your poetry book published and find a publisher. Also, information about chapbooks and poetry contests for publication.
There are three basic ways to get your poems published. Get your poetry published as individual poems in literary magazines—either print or e-zines. Get your poetry published as a poetry chapbook—a small collection of poems. Get your poetry published as a full-length...
Learn the difference between poetry and prose, why poetry is a powerful and attractive form, and how to publish individual poems, chapbooks, or collections of poetry.
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