NEW CONTRIBUTORS IN FEBRUARY—
Douglas S. Malan—United States
James Dennis Casey IV—United States
Valerie Macon—United States
Steve Tabb—United States
Please welcome them to our community. We now have representatives from the following countries—Albania, Australia, Botswana, Brazil, Canada, Canary Islands, Costa Rica, England, France, Germany, Ghana, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Malawi, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Portugal, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, U.A.E., United Kingdom, United States, Wales and Zimbabwe. I look forward to expanding this list in the future. Thank you to everyone that has supported Whispers in any way. --Sincerely, Karen
We have a worldwide audience. If you are currently reading Whispers, please consider submitting a poem for consideration for publication. Click on the bright blue “Submission Guidelines” on the right side of the main page for guidelines. Email submissions to Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you.
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Richard Carl Subber’s first collection of poems, Writing Rainbows: Poems for Grown-Ups, is now available on Amazon in both paperback and eBook formats, free on Kindle Unlimited. The book offers 59 poems, in both free verse and haiku format, including nature poems, love poems, and poems about our loving relationships with kids and others in our lives.
Ken Allan Dronsfield's new book, "The Cellaring" is a collection of 80 poems from the dark side; the paranormal, haunting, horror, weird and wonderful pieces.....as one reviewer has noted, "A journey that startlingly grabs you with its first poem".
Robert Epstein and Miriam Wald have co-edited a poetry anthology titled, Every Chicken, Cow, Fish and Frog: Animal Rights Haiku (Middle Island Press) available online at www.Amazon.com.
Marc Livanos’ chapbook, Panhandle Poet – Second Helpings, follows the inspiration of the poems in Panhandle Poet – Solitude. It has 34 poems all of which have been published by college poetry journals, literary magazines and on-line journals. The books are available at http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/panhandle+poet
Langley Shazor is now a columnist for The Loafer Magazine, a local arts and events publication. His column, The Casual Word, features his poetry and other original works. It can be found at theloaferonline.com.
Cindy M. Hutchings’ chapbook, Tree Talk, written to a tree, published by MoonPath Press, includes 42 poems paired with 42 unique and beautiful tree images. A poem and photo from the book are at: http://moonpathpress.com/CindyHutchings.htm
John W. Williams has a new chapbook called A Cup of Warm Words for your enjoyment. The book includes 82 poems on love, the art of living, nature, spiritual verse, and philosophy. An autographed issue is available for $8 including postage and handling by contacting him at PO Box 326, Martin, GA 30557
Angelee Deodhar's, Journeys 2015, An Anthology of International Haibun, with 145 haibun by 31 poets of international repute, is available from Amazon.com.
For ordering details, here: http://www.amazon.com/Journeys-2015-Anthology-International-Haibun/dp/1515359875 or contact Angelee at email@example.com
Scott Thomas Outlar runs the site 17Numa where links to his published poetry, essays, and fiction can be found. The site also features a page devoted to literary publications which currently has nearly 150 venues listed. The blog’s page at 17Numa has links to the personal sites of other writers and artists, and has been designed with the hope that artists from all fields will check out and be inspired by the work of their contemporaries.
Paul Callus published his first ebook of poetry called Meander in December 2014. It is a collection of 86 poems and songs which should appeal to those who read poetry for pleasure and relaxation. It is available at Amazon.
Marianne Szlyk has released a new chapbook, Listening to Electric Cambodia Looking Up at Trees at Heaven, through Kind of a Hurricane Press' Barometric Pressures Authors Series. You may download the chapbook for free at this site: http://barometricpressures.blogspot.com/2014/10/listening-to-electric-cambodia-looking.html Thank you.
Karen O’Leary released Whispers, her first book of poetry in 2011, published by APF Publisher. It has been getting good reviews and is available at online at www.lulu.com (Search Whispers under Karen O'Leary) or contact Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Peggy Dugan French’s print publication, Shemom, is always looking for new writers. Please send poems or haiku to email@example.com for consideration.
Marianne Szlyk is always looking for poems and flash fiction inspired by music, art, and nature for her blog-zine, The Song Is.... Any length is fine, and previously published poems are as well. Just be sure that you have the rights to your poem. Please send your work to firstname.lastname@example.org . For more information, see this link: http://thesongis.blogspot.com/
Maurice J. Reynolds would like to share that Creative Inspirations, an email poetry publication, is accepting poetry submissions for publication. This publication offers an interview column, creative activities, information and advertisement, writer’s comments, good poetry, and more. Guidelines and subscription information for two first class postage stamps (To God be the Glory! Publications P.O. Box 19051 Kalamazoo, MI 49019). You can also go to: www.tgbtgpublictions.com for more information.
ayaz daryl nielsen's print publication bear creek haiku is always open for postal submissions, mail poetry to bear creek haiku, PO Box 596, Longmont, CO 80502, USA, 11 lines and less, include SASE. Can be contacted at email@example.com, blog site is bearcreekhaiku.blogspot.com.
David Fox, editor of The Poet's Art, is looking for family-friendly poems. U.S. and foreign contributors can send as many poems that will fit on one page. Send poems to: David Fox, 171 Silverleaf Lane, Islandia NY 11749 or contact him by email for any questions firstname.lastname@example.org I can only put out my print journal twice a year, $8 one issue, $22 for a 3 issue subscription. A high price to pay, I know, but am still mostly a not-for-profit magazine. I am keeping the price for $10 an issue for international subscribers.
Tom Davis, publisher of Old Mountain Press, invites all to review his eBook site (Kindle and NOOK) where numerous Old Mountain Press Anthologies of poetry and prose are listed see: Self-publish an electronic book e-book with Old Mountain Press. Visit Old Mountain Press' eBook site at http://www.oldmp.com/e-book
Whispers is always looking for new writers to join our community. Please send family friendly poems 20 lines or less email@example.com Complete guidelines posted at the end of each month. Thank you to everyone who has already contributed to the site.