Category Archives: literary magazines

The Poetry Library

If you have published a collection of poetry, the Poetry Library (based at London’s Southbank Centre) will consider stocking your work (including books from small presses and self-published titles).

The Poetry Library’s website states:

• The library contains 200,000 items and is growing all the time
• We acquire two copies of each book and audio title, one for reference and one for loan
• We aim to stock all poetry titles published in the UK with a representation of work from other countries including work in parallel text and English translation
• An exhibition space featuring works by artists engaging with the Library’s collection, text and poetry in general, and projects and events at Southbank Centre
• The librarians meet once a month to consider self-published and small press items for the collection and will always respond to those who submitted something for consideration”.

To find out more about the Poetry Library or to contact them please visit, http://www.poetrylibrary.org.uk/about/.

Launch of poetry newsletter by World Poetry Reading Series

The World Poetry Reading series offers opportunities for poets to showcase their work and hosts a regular show, on Vancouver Co-op Radio, which broadcasts every Thursday.

The World Poetry Reading Series has just published its first newsletter.

To visit the newsletters page please go to http://worldpoetry.ca/?page_id=11939, and to read the Spring edition please click here, http://worldpoetry.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/2017-05-18-Newsletter-Issue1-Spring.pdf.

To find out more about the World Poetry Reading Series Café and hear podcasts of previous shows, please go to http://www.coopradio.org/content/world-poetry-cafe-2.

I was privileged to appear on Vancouver Co-op Radio to discuss my collection of poetry, “My Old Clock I Wind” and read several of my poems.

To listen to a podcast of my interview please visit, http://worldpoetry.ca/?p=11765.

“My Old Clock I Wind” is available in paperback and ebook formats from Moyhill Publishing, http://moyhill.com/clock/ and as a download in the Amazon Kindle store, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0735JBVBG.

Blogging|Opportunity|Aid

Our dearest friends,

We have initiated an online magazine ( ezine ) with the name ” Pax Et Dolor
” meaning ” Peace and Pain.”

We would like you to be a part of our good work, an help us unite all the
creative minds and souls all over the blogosphere.

We dream to weave a thread that connects the creative minds and artists
throughout this space.

We have different categories like Prose’ and Poetry, Travel and tourism,
Photography and creative writings, and Cuisines.

We would like to hear your views, ideas, plans, aids, contributions and any
knowledge.

We seek for any of your better and bitter words.

Let us know what you feel and how you would like to contribute to the ezine!

Furthermore, we also are trying to motivate and give platforms to
creativity and artistry and create a paradise of imaginations and arts.

Please drop your views in the comment section, or visit the magazines site,
or mail us, because without you , we are nothing !

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank you our dearest friend
Kevin for this opportunity !

And all our friends who have always been positive , supportive and
enthusiastic towards our work. Especially, our regular contributors, authors
and readers.

Visit the Magazine’s site HERE

Mail us for any queries and contributions at:

paxetdolor@gmail.com

niceuser73@gmail.com

Find us on Twitter  and  Facebook

We thank you so much!

@ Pax Et Dolor Magazine

Jonathan Noble and Isolated_girl

Thank you sooooooooooo much Kevin, take care and stay connected.

with love

Jyotee