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Saturday, 3 March 2007

We have added a few new features to EWR. First we have created a free classifieds page for writers and editors. Please feel free to fill out our form. Editors can promote their zines and publications through our publications page, and authors have a new outlet for promoting their books for free!. We are trying to make our site a little more interactive.

We have also added some ads to the site in hopes of keeping everything up and running. The site isn't easy to maintain, and every little bit helps. Please think about visiting our sponsors. We have also started taking requests for direct pay banners throughout the site. Please contact us if you are interested.

We have added a list of film festivals to help you screen writers and film makers. Lastly, if you want to find out if your publication is listed or if your company is listed, please go to our search page. It's the easiest way to find all the places you are listed on our site.


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Sunday, 18 February 2007

Creating (another) poem IV


Well I had about 10 lbs of poem in my last post on this subject, and I really wasn't sure when I started where it would go. This is what I created from "Creating (another) poem III." I'm going to have to come up with better titles for these posts:) It's a Villanelle. It's my attempt at one of the most difficult forms in poetry. Remember, it's a draft:

Suburban Inferno


Sensations that melt into lust,
and craving the naked spaces of upper and lower lips.
Those desires we should never trust.

 
Shocked at accidental fingers brushed
warming and turned to naked hip against naked hip.
Sensations that melt into lust.


Dreaming of curves of secretaries' necks touched
heating our beds and running palms to tip.
Those desires we should never trust.

 
On the train pressed for space against her bust
and sweltering heat that cries for one swelling sip.
Sensations that melt into lust.

 
The silhouette of a girl on the street that rushed
through naked sunlight to cost us our day, our very grip.
Those desires we should never trust.


Betray your senses I beg all mad men must
give back time to your wives and rip
nature from your chest damned and cussed
for those desires we should never trust.


 


Posted by everylitmag at 12:08 PM EST
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Creating (another) poem III


I just started this piece, and I thought it would be interesting to see where it goes. It is RAW, and I'm sorry it is starting so out of sorts. I guess that just gives it more room to become whatever it is going to become. It has no form, it might not even be a poem yet. Please tell me what you read in it, so when I do the edits I can have some outside voices helping to mold this broken piece. Thanks.

 

Sensations that Melt into Lust
 

Touch that was born,

with a snowflake like compliment

melting into the cheek it was intended for.
 

Trusted finger tips tracing

closed eyelids.


An upper and lower lip

meeting, craving the vacant

space between.


An open hand moving slowly

from heal to the skin behind a knee,

then cradled.


Learning the wrist over the heart beat.

Sliding hip against naked hip.


Pushing nose beside another nose.

Whispering deep into an ear.

Being patient, a knuckle going

over the ridge of an eyebrow

Working the middle of a lower back

by understanding palms.


Embracing an exposed chest

no longer hesitating to confess.

Falling for honestly and lies

Eyes bewildered by others

whose face break with a smile.


Shocked at accidental finders

warmer than mine.
 
Gasping lips that become full

while I talk to them.


Resting a finger tip

behind an ear.

Believing an elbow into a palm
 
Sleeping with a soft arm

under head.

 
Wanting the smell of hair.
 
Wanting a fully exposed body.

Wanting the warmth of skin under

blankets.  

 


Posted by everylitmag at 12:03 PM EST
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Monday, January 15, 2007

 Creating a Poem II

 

I want to say first, thank you for all the kind and generous comments. It is a great joy to me to have people who I connect with about writing. So many of you have emailed me work, and I have to say I enjoy nothing more than getting poetry or stories in my inbox. Thank you.

I have rewritten the poem as a Cinq-cinquain. For anyone stopping by for the first time this is a rewrite of an earlier blog titled "Creating a Poem." I thought adding form to a poem on this subject matter would "fun." I cannot say this is the final draft. It will change I'm sure.

On Poetry Blogs

 

Of words
that travel on
better than body, I
say interconnect, speak lightly
go through


distant
electric lines;
embodiment cannot.
Believe in lips whispering to
ears. Be

 
fingers
and palms, create
hands with vowels, palm cheeks, touch.
Sketch the lines of faces. Caress
with tips


of your
incandescent
consonants, embolden
silhouettes who breathe, empathize,
and lust


in our
understanding.
Investigate between
keys, creation cannot touch, ever
cradle.
 


Posted by everylitmag at 11:59 AM EST
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Saturday, January 06, 2007

 Bhava


A photograph of a long walk,
between trees open to the sky,
but the sky is not in the photograph
only the path, and then I
hear dogs barking,
and a lawnmower on the lawn
in the photograph,
and leaves are coming off the trees
and landing on my shoulders,
and the air is evening fall,
late September.
Everything is going dead
again, and I'm sure, as I turn
up the walk in the photograph,
leave the path to sit on the porch,
of someone's, now my house,
I'm sure, all the things out there
will be alive again. I will make them
that way, and all my life I feel
I have looked for this quiet place
where every path
is the right one
and all those things "real"
sound silly and far away.
 


Posted by everylitmag at 11:56 AM EST
Updated: Sunday, 18 February 2007 11:58 AM EST
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Thursday, December 28, 2006

 Creating a Poem

I've been so inspired by many of you here. I have met amazing people and found courage and intelligence that I cannot speak to. I love the creative process and connecting with creative people. I can't say enough about it. I wrote a poem today, inspired by many of you here, I'd like to post it before it is finished, redrafted and revised. This is terrifying to me, but many people have emailed me and said how hard it is for them to post their work in these blogs, how it is to be exposed like that. I agree. I generally don't like my work. I have said to some of the people I've emailed I liken my work to incarcerated children, you go to see them, but you are not thrilled about it.  I do like sharing things I've created, and I do love reading works created by others. This may be the worst idea I've ever had. I may make changes to this in the future. This is the first draft (second after typing).

On Poetry Blogs

 

Of words that travel
better than body, I
say interconnect, speak
lightly through electric lines
the way an embodiment cannot,
believe in lips whispering to ears.
Be fingers and palms,
create hands with vowels,
palm cheeks and wipe brows.
Sketch the lines of faces
with the tips of your glowing consonants,
make silhouettes who breath
lust and empathize in communication,
understanding. Be technical.
Be kind. Use our fiber-optic pathways
lighted at both ends.
Copulate with intelligence
and inspire the dangerous.
Investigate those places
between keys where creation
cannot touch, and ever cradle.
 


Posted by everylitmag at 11:46 AM EST
Updated: Sunday, 18 February 2007 11:55 AM EST
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Monday, 11 December 2006
Short Update

You may have noticed there have been some big changes on the site. We've gone to the address www.everywritersresouce.com. Right now we are working on another update to the site, and on some original content as well.  

We have started a myspace www.myspace.com/everywritersresouce. Please stop by and ask to be our friend. You can keep up with our site through our myspace blog. We post more day by day information there.

Our site will update again later this month. We will have more interviews with some outstanding authors, and we will have listings for record companies, and sports magazines. We hope to see you around.

 

 


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Updated: Monday, 11 December 2006 2:34 PM EST
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Tuesday, 26 September 2006
Are Online Literary Submissions the Future of the Industry?

 

When someone looks at the Big list of literary magazines on our site it is easy to see that the world of literary writing is both competitive and at very least robust in its appeal. Writers are fighting to get their work into high quality magazines and zine, and editors are fighting to build reputation and a readership. Do a healthy web presence and an online submissions process help both writers and editors?

 

Many of the reputable literary magazines are run by universities, and these publications have a limited review time. Writers who submit their work to these publications many times find themselves waiting for months on end for a reply. Some university magazines are now adopting online submissions processes or online submissions programs to manage the overwhelming work load.

 

This process can greatly enhance a publications web presence. Faster turn around time makes for less frustrated writers and happier readers. Maybe the prestige of writing and the snail mail submissions process or even cost is holding some university publication back from going to online submissions. These magazines should reconsider their position. A readerships literary magazines are made up mostly of writers. Gone are the days of the limited access to good writing. One only has to surf the web for a few minutes to find high quality works from most writers be those works published in a zine or an independent website.

 

Magazines and journals fold everyday. Outstanding magazines like Dial and Story are gone to the pages of time. Writers are finding new outlets. Appealing to a wider base of readers may help small university publications survive. A little know literary publication can rise to national or even international standing just by maintaining a website. Publications like Salon.com, The Mississippi Review and even The Onion arose out of obscurity to be thieving publications. Many university publications have already fought half the battle when it comes to content. They largely supply high quality writing to their readers. Readership can be increased by a simple web presence and by standing out from the crowd of other literary publications. University literary magazines that take online submissions are a gem and a god sent to writers. Turn around time on submissions can be greatly reduced by this process. Frustration goes down and appeal goes up.

 

Those literary magazines surviving on grants and donations are hindered by short sightedness. They have the power to become outstanding contributors to the world’s forum not just their small realms of readers. Zines have already begun to penetrate the awards world. Publications like La Petite Zine, Xconnect, and Shampoo undoubtedly would have had a great deal of trouble breaking in to the Best American Poetry or Best American Short Stories list if it wasn’t for the wide appeal of the internet. University magazines are finding themselves sandwiched between independent webzines and the commercial world of The Atlantic and the New Yorker.

 

Those editors who act now and work on increasing their readership can save themselves and this industry. High quality writing should not be the only goal of a university publication. Right now there is a metamorphosis going on in the literary publications world, and those who do not adapt to the changes may find themselves in the stacks and stacks of outstanding literary magazine defunct archives.   

 

If you would like to see our list of outstanding publications taking online submissions please click here.

 


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Updated: Sunday, 18 February 2007 11:34 AM EST
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Monday, 25 September 2006
A Reminder

This is the update site for http://everylitmag.tripod.com.  I have just updated the site to bring you the lastest literary magazines, horror magazines, Science Fiction Magazines and other information. Right now the Big List of Liteary Magazines is in the 1800s. It's the largest list of literary magazines anywhere on the web.

 The new update has brought a list of links to print magazines taking online submissions (some of the best). I have also added clickable links to Best American Short Stories Magazines, Best American Poetry Magazines, O'Henry Magazines, and Hugo Awards Magazines.

 I hope this helps every writer out there submit their work. I want this to be a one stop resource on the web for writers. Please visit the main page, and enjoy our links. New lists coming soon.


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Saturday, 23 September 2006
Upcoming Update

I’m working on a few more lists for the site. Soon you will see new categories for the publications. The categories include Every Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine, Every Horror Magazine, Best American Poetry, The O’Henry Awards Magazines, and Best American Short Story Magazines. All these lists will be clickable of course. I’ve spent the last week redesigning the site. I am aware that the big list is in need of more work, and I hope that refix is coming. I’ve gone through a few times already, but I know there is still some link rot. I’ll get to it. I hope these updates will take place within the next week.

 

I’ve spent about 6 hours today going through lists of magazines. I have a few publications I use as well as websites of course, and in compiling the Best American Short Story list and the O’Henry Award list I find myself fascinated by all the defunct magazines that were so outstanding. Magazines lost to time like Century, Bookman, Fish Stories, Saturday Evening Post, and of course Story.

 

I love writing. I love publications that publish writers. Story was arguable the best noncommercial publication out there. It hits close to home for me. While I was in college I can remember one of my professors holding up a copy of Story and saying how it was a high achievement for a short story writer to be published their. I’ve had many goals in my writing career. I’ve never really wanted to make a great deal of money. It would be nice in someway, but I was always more interested in creating something new and good. One of my deepest desires was to be published in Story. I know that sounds strange, but I always saw it like being on the Tonight Show in the writing world. I sent many stories to the publication, but I never published with them. The closest I came was a hand written letter from Lois Rosenthal. I was only a Junior in college at the time, but his 5 lines of appreciation for my story fueled me to keep writing more and more. The day I saw the publication close was one of the saddest days of my life, honestly. I had always dreamed of being published there, and in an instant reality evaporated that dream. I don’t know why I was so impelled to write about this here in an update, but I guess I just wanted to share my story with you, those writers and editors whom dream with me and each other. We are all diminished when one of these publications fall.

           

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Updated: Sunday, 18 February 2007 11:35 AM EST
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Sunday, 17 September 2006
Update

The update is finished for now. There might be some trouble with the color of the links, and I'm checking in to fixing it. It went wrong at the last min., of course. I'm working on it.

I know a lot of you guys hate tripod. I hope to take this site to a paid site very soon, meaning no more ads. I've killed the frames, and I hope it kills the double ad popups.

 I've added this blog link to the front page. There are about 5000 to 6000 of you stopping by a month right now. My email is packed, so if you have a comment or a suggestion that can be left here, please do. You can list your links here as well. I'll get to them.

Ediors please notice the special thanks at the top of the biglist page. I am happy to exchange links for promotion. I will happily single out publications on the list in some way in exchange for posting a link to this site in your links pages. Please email me if you are interested.

Lastly, I would like to say I'm sorry for not updating the site sooner. Life is life though, what can you do? On that note, if anyone is interested in helping me maintain this site please email me. We'll talk.

Last bit of news: Soon you will see a new site posted on the front page of this site. It will be a list of indie bands. It should be a lot like everylitmag, but catigorized by the city.

 Take care all, and I hope I hear from you. :)


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Updated: Sunday, 17 September 2006 5:27 PM EDT
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Saturday, 7 January 2006
New Updates coming
I'm working on a redo of the site. It should be up soon. The site has a new look to build on, and the content should change too.

For all of you who have sent me sites to list, please know that I have kept all of your entries in a safe place, and they should go up with the redo. Please keep sending me sites. This site is not dead, the holidays just slowed the progress. I and the site are alive and well.

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Sunday, 4 September 2005
Back to work
I suspended work on the site for the last week due to the Katrina disaster. I was dumfounded at the time it took to get relief to the region. I was glued to the edge of my seat for the entire week (forgive the clich?).

Please give to The Red Cross http://www.redcross.org or Habitat for Humanity http://www.habitat.org. Both of these organizations will be instrumental for the rebuilding and for helping the people on the ground right now.

Updates on the site are coming. I have around 100 or so magazines to add, and Poetry Weekly will also publish its first issue soon. Please check for it. Remember we do have a mailing list to help keep you updated. Send your email to egem@hotmail.com and write mailinglist in the subject heading.

Lastly, many have been emailing me websites to put on the list. Please please keep doing this. Remember, my goal is to list EVERY LITERARY MAGAZINE. This is a monumental task as you may realize, and I’m finding new sites every day. The more help I have the better the list will be.

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Sunday, 28 August 2005
Literary Magazines and Book Publishers
I've redone the site and am a little happier with how things have turned out. It still needs work, and I have no time.

Please keep checking the site for updates. I have a little over 200 magazines to add. They are getting harder to find. I will also be posting many more thank yous on the thanks page. Many editors have come through in placing me on their sites.

Lastly, soon I will be posting an every book publisher page. I've done a good deal of work on it so far, and it's taking shape pretty nicely, a big list as well.


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Monday, 22 August 2005
Redo
Okay so if you read the entries below you will see that I'm not happy with the site's errors. There are many many of them. I'm redoing the site right now. The list will remain the same, but if you read an article soon fewer mistakes will be seen there. Also, we'll have a new look.

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Saturday, 20 August 2005
Update
I posted another 100 and some magazines and zines. I hope you enjoy them. Right now I'm very sick and not up to full speed, but I want to keep the list growing. If you have a link please send it too me.

Look for changes to the site soon as well.

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Wednesday, 17 August 2005
sorry for all the mistakes
I've been reading through the site, and I just want to say that I'm sorry for all the mistakes. This site went up about a month ago, but I was out of the country for 2 weeks. Other events have kept me from working on it as well, so a lot of the mistakes are due to going so quickly (over 2000 magazines and zines). Also I've really been working on the research side and finding a lot of sites for the list.

I'll start cleaning up the essays soon. I'm so sorry that they are in as bad a shape as they are. Jez. They are a mess. The essays were really meant to help me get placement in Google so that others could find the list. On one had it is working about 2000 hits in less than a month. On the other had everyone gets to see my sloppy work. Ugh.

Please, please send me email about the site. I want to do the best on the site as I can, but with so little time and so much to do the big list is most important.

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