Cover Reveal: First Edition of the Word Weaving Poetry Journal

Jules and I are happy to share the cover reveal for the first edition of the Word Weaving Poetry Journal:

The Moons of Autumn

It’s been an exciting time for the two of us. We’re almost finished with the ebook and print book creation. Just in time for Autumn, the books will be available for purchase on October 1, 2021. We’ve submitted the Kindle for pre-order and will update you on the date of availability.

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The proceeds from the sale of this journal will be used to sponsor a yearly poetry contest on Word Craft: Prose & Poetry at wordcraftpoetry.com to be announced in 2022. Prizes will be determined at a later date.

Thank you for being part of this wonderful poetic journey with us.

Colleen M. Chesebro & JulesPaige, Editors

Thank you for your submissions…

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Many thanks to everyone who submitted their syllabic poetry to Word Weaving. Jules and I are currently reviewing all the submissions. If we’ve accepted your poetry, you will receive an email from us in the next week.

We do not send out rejections. You will only hear from us if we have selected your work for publication. We store submissions for two months unless otherwise stated. Please refrain from publishing your submitted poetry on your blog or other social media outlets until you have heard from us.

Remember… All rights revert to the respective author/artist upon publication. Word Weaving keeps the right to publish this edition either digitally and/or in print. No work featured in the journal may be used, copied, sold, or distributed elsewhere without the copyright holder’s permission.

If you republish your work on social media, we would appreciate a mention that Word Weaving was the first place of publication. But please wait until we publish the journal before you share your poetry published in this edition.

Once again, thank you for making this first edition of Word Weaving a memorable publication.

Kindly,

Colleen M. Chesebro & JulesPaige, Editors

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Submissions close TODAY

Well, folks… this is it! Today, July 15, 2021, Submissions close at midnight for the first edition of the Word Weaving Poetry Journal!

Get your syllabic poetry entered! It’s free… and don’t you want to see your poetry published in the first edition? There’s still time… check out how to subscribe below!

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Jules & I can’t wait to see what you create!

July 15th is the Last Day to Submit!

Time moves quickly when you’re having fun! On May 15, 2021, JulesPaige and I introduced poets to Word Weaving, A Word Craft Journal of Syllabic Verse.

This first edition’s theme was dedicated to the Moons of Autumn. We asked for submissions of haiku, senryu, haiga, gogyohka, tanka, tanka prose, haibun, cinquain poetry including any cinquain variations, Etheree, nonet, shadorma, Badger hexastich, Abhanga, and Diatelle syllabic poetry forms.

But wait! There is still time to submit!

You have until midnight, July 15th, to submit your poetry! Read the submission guidelines HERE.

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Time is Running OUT!

It’s not too late to get your submissions in! The Word Weaving Poetry Journal is accepting submissions until July 15, 2021! Mark your calendars!

We publish haiku, senryu, haiga, gogyohka, tanka, tanka prose, haibun, cinquain poetry including any cinquain variations, Etheree, nonet, shadorma, Badger hexastich, Abhanga, and Diatelle syllabic poetry forms. We would love to see your work. If accepted, we will strive to present your work in such a way as to make you proud.

We accept submissions from May 15 through July 15 for our first October issue. There is no submission fee. You MUST use the theme of our journal in your poetry.

Check out our sample poetry page: https://wordweavingpoetryjournal.com/sample-poetry/

We can’t wait to see what you’ve created!

Colleen Chesebro & Jules Paige, Editors

Word Weaving Submissions are Open

Who’s ready to write syllabic poetry? Submissions are open for the first edition of Word Weaving, a Word Craft Journal of Syllabic Verse until July 15, 2021. Isn’t it time to get your poetry published?

We publish haiku, senryu, haiga, gogyohka, tanka, tanka prose, haibun, cinquain poetry including any cinquain variations, Etheree, nonet, shadorma, Badger hexastich, Abhanga, and Diatelle syllabic poetry forms.

We are looking for poetry that moves us, whether from up-and-coming writers or established greats. We seek work that captures us from the first sentence and doesn’t let go. Make your poetry memorable, so it commands our attention whether by its intellectual vision, emotional honesty, or spiritual wholeness.

We welcome and encourage work from writers of every nationality, race, religion, sexuality, and gender, including all writers with unique abilities as we are all differently abled, and writers whose perspectives and experiences are often under-represented in the literary world. We would like to think that writers in ‘Masters of Fine Arts’ programs would allow those with less experience to have the ability to have more exposure here and would kindly refrain from submissions.

Please read the sample poetry HERE so you know what we are looking for. When you’re ready, follow the directions on the SUBMISSIONS page.

Colleen M. Chesebro & JulesPaige
Founding Editors

Announcing the Theme for the 1st Word Weaving Poetry Journal

The theme:

The Moons of Autumn

We accept submissions from May 15 through July 15 for our first October issue. There is no submission fee.

We publish haiku, senryu, haiga, gogyohka, tanka, tanka prose, haibun, cinquain poetry including any cinquain variations, Etheree, nonet, shadorma, Badger hexastich, Abhanga, and Diatelle syllabic poetry forms. We would love to see your work.

Please review the submissions page below.

Kindly,

Colleen M. Chesebro & JulesPaige, Editors

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