Mother Loss Poetry Submissions Wanted

Has Your mother died? An anthology about the death of a mother seeks emotionally honest and compelling submissions that will resonate with the reader. Through the writers’ varied experiences, readers will recognize themselves and be encouraged in knowing they are not alone. Prose poems and poetry, max 100 lines. Short prose, max 750 words. If previously published, please include reprint permission and literary credit. Send up to 5 submissions and brief bio. No fee. 1 free copy if accepted. Submit by December 1 in a 12-point, double-spaced Word doc. To motherlosspoetry@gmail.com or mail to
Mother Loss/Details, 8663 River Crossing Blvd., Indianapolis, IN 46240

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Clovis says:

    Who designed this wordpress theme? Can I have his/her contact email or IM name?

  2. Shirley Rickett says:

    Hi, I submitted 4 or more poems on mother-loss and received a very positive response, but haven’t heard anything in months. Could someone please tell me if any of my poems have been accepted and if so, which ones? I need to submit poems elsewhere but can’t if I don’t know which ones were selected. When does this publication come out? One of the poems was, “Yard.”

    Shirley Rickett
    1341 W. Business 83, Lot 204
    Alamo, TX 78516

    1. mimrlith says:

      For further inquiries regarding your submission, please contact
      motherlosspoetry@gmail.com or mail
      Mother Loss/Details, 8663 River Crossing Blvd., Indianapolis, IN 46240

      The PEIWG blog simply broadcasts this information and, unless otherwise stated, interested readers should contact the specific organizers for events promoted and organized by groups other than the PEIWG. Please note that all announcements contain the necessary contact information to the respective organizers.

  3. Susie Beiman says:

    Shirley,

    I was diagnosed with cancer in my spine & that that has put the Motherloss Poetry Project on a temporary hold, as sitting is hard for long periods of time. I will get back to it very soon, little bits at a time. I apologize from the bottom of my heart. This project means the world to me and I will see it through. I just don’t know exactly when.

    my best to you,
    Susie

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