Today we are glad to announce that past contributor Kamilah Aisha Moon’s poem, “Taking out the Trash,” was the poem of the day yesterday, October 24, 2018, for Poets.org. You can read and listen to the poem at Poets.org.
Four poems by Kamilah can be read in Issue 10 of Superstition Review.
Today we are excited to share that past contributor Kelli Russell Agodon has been recently featured on Poets.org. Kelli’s poem “Hunger” was chosen as the poem of the day for September 29, 2017. To read “Hunger” click here.
Read three of Kelli’s poems in Issue 3 of Superstition Reviewhere.
Before I started as an intern for Superstition Review, I wasn’t aware that most literary magazines and organizations send out biweekly newsletters. As I’ve become more acquainted with the literary scene, I’ve realized just how much information I have been missing. Let’s talk about why newsletters in general are so great.
First of all, newsletters are one of the best resources for compact and relevant literary information. They cover literary news, updates and advice from published authors, upcoming literary events, and articles on a wide range of beneficial writing topics.
Better yet, the information comes to you—delivered right to your inbox. Other sources of information such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google Reader are useful, but newsletters allow you to get the information as soon as it is published. Most newsletters are monthly or biweekly, so they won’t ever crowd your inbox.
Most importantly, they’re free! And who doesn’t like free things? Especially free things that help you to become a better writer, be involved in a network with successful authors, and stay up to date in the field.
Over the last few months I have subscribed to over 20 newsletters not only to improve my own writing skills, but also to take advantage of all the beneficial, interesting, and free information. Here are my top 10 newsletters. They are my favorites because they have consistently provided fresh and useful information along with dependable resources.