Tag Archive: Allison Joseph


New books and writing tips


Hey there. I have not been around because life got in the way. July got off to a rocky start. But here are some new books for you to investigate and some links to writing and reading. Daniel Chacón‘s latest book is  The Cholo Tree, published by Arte Publcio. Margarita Engle (the U.S. Young People’s …

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You can still submit to Crab Orchard Review & Vine Leaves


Hey there.  How are things?  I have not caught up since my vacation. My desk is a paper-strewn mess.  And I’ve yet to go through all my photos. I did take time last night to go to the Poetry Foundation to see Rosellen Brown receive the Fuller Award from the The Chicago Literary Hall of …

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Writing & submission info

Treed © Ellen Wade Beals, 2014

Hey there — howdy do. I know it’s been more than a week since I last checked in.  Happy November! November is a month when we are not supposed to shave but we are supposed to write a ton. I am sure you have heard of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). Here’s a pithy article …

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News and resources: Kirk, Hilbert, Vine Leaves, and indispensable info


I know it’s been a while. Here’s some news. Kathleen Kirk has two poems and “If I Were the Cherry Wood Piano” and “The Body” in the latest issue of Rose Red Review. On April 16, Donna Hilbert’s poem “Gravity” was published on the Silver Birch site. As I mentioned before, a photograph I took …

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