Friday, June 28, 2019

Submissions to Chrysanthemum Poetry Anthology 2020

Chrysanthemum Literary Society is sponsoring 

Chrysanthemum Poetry Anthology 2020




Submit poems to Chrysanthemum Poetry Anthology 2020 by directly sending Word file to:

koonwoon@gmail.com

You can send up to five poems (under 60 lines each). 

There are no required themes, just send the best poems you have now, sort of reluctant to see them go like your child going away to attend college. You and they will be the better for it. 

Payment is one copy upon publication and extra copies at a discount. 

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

HOIL --- new book by Ivan Arguelles

Ivan Arguelles is the winner of the William Carlos Williams Award and the American Book award.

with an introduction by Jack Foley

Image may contain: one or more people and text

Thursday, June 6, 2019

Monday, May 27, 2019

Sunday, May 12, 2019

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Chrysanthemum anthology (now accepting submissions)

Chrysanthemum poetry anthology

Chrysanthemum Literary Society is now open for submissions to our upcoming anthology, Chrysanthemum 2020.

Deadline for submissions is December 31, 2019.

No theme, no multiple submissions, we are eclectic, just send your very best work. Payment will be one copy, additional copies at a discount.

Poems should be sent to seattlegoldfishpress@gmail.com

Send 3 to 5 unpublished poems, maximum length of poem under 60 lines.  Response time less than one month. 

We will comment on your poem if you are close though no horseshoe. 

Marjorie Sadin --- Vision of Lucha (poetry)



Admirable work of a brave woman's
overcoming!

Cat Kigerl --- At the Town Cafe (poetry)


The luxury of a Spanish cafe
on a lazy Sunday and other flavors!

Joe Musso ---- Red Somehow (A Premonition) short fiction



Unusual but relevant stories of our time.

Saturday, February 9, 2019

Memoir by Koon Woon --- Paper-son Poet, when rails were young...



We too are immigrants...
Winner of the Pen Oakland &
The American Book Award

Joe LaBreck's Memory Flood



Sometimes all those memory come to the fore,
kind of overwhelming, but it is mostly good -
good to have those memory, yes...

Poems by Marjorie Sadin



You will fall in love with these exquisite poems
by an experienced evocative poet.

Friday, February 8, 2019

Joel Kabakov's Available Light



This book was given a favorable review
by the Harvard Graduate School of Arts & Science.

November Adrenaline



A somewhat sardonic sense of humor
for the season which is most appropriate.

Body My House by Bethany Reid



This is an exquisitely written book
by a foremost Northwest poet and educator.