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The Academy would strongly advise any poet not to agree to a subsidy plan to publish your book. Should you copyright my poems? You own the copyright of anything you write, regardless of whether you register it with the U. Copyright Office in Washington, D. However, you cannot win a copyright infringement case unless your work is registered. Many publishers will copyright in your name when they accept your book for publication, but you may prefer to fill out the form and send it in before submitting your work.

You can download forms from the Library of Congress at www. How can you tell if a poetry contest or publishing offer is a scam? Consider these four warning signs:. Where can you find a list of poetry scams? A list of helpful links and testimonials can be found on www. Does the Academy of American Poets give feedback on or evaluate poems?

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Unfortunately, our small staff is not able to provide this service. To learn more about the programs and publications the Academy of American Poets offers, please visit here. How can you get feedback on your work? You can take a class, start or join a workshop, post on a poetry discussion forum. If you can't find the resources you want online or locally, try starting a writing group by posting a sign in your local library, bookstore, or coffee shop.

Take a look at Poetry Near You and choose your state to find helpful resources and listings in your area.

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What resources and publications are available for kids? If you are a poet facing a crisis where can you go to find help? Visit this free directory for writers in need: www. The directory lists everything from emergency grants, legal advice, housing, health care advocacy, and crisis counseling. Materials for Teachers Materials for Teachers Home.

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Lesson Plans. Teach this Poem. Poetry Near You. Academy of American Poets. National Poetry Month. American Poets Magazine. Writing and Publishing FAQ. If so, how? Does the Academy of American Poets evaluate or give feedback on poems? Here are some suggestions: Read the publication before you send your work. Make sure they publish the kind of poetry you're sending.

Review submission guidelines from the publisher and carefully adhere to them. Moon City Press.

Moon City is a press that feels more like a community rather than just a publisher. In addition to publishing books of fiction, poetry, and Missouri-themed books, the press also runs a reading series at Missouri State University and a literary journal. The Moon City poetry award is open for submissions January — May 1, and this award is not a Missouri-themed one. Two Sylvias Press.

Two Sylvias offers two contest, their Wilder Series Prize , which is open to women who are older than 50 years of age, and their spring chapbook prize , which is open to all poets. Four Way Books. Kevin Prufer is one of my favorite poets, and most of his books have been published by Four Way Books. Four Way Books only reads submissions during certain times of the year, and you can either enter your book for one of their contests or submit during their open reading period.

The submission guidelines are here. Saturnalia Books. Saturnalia is a great little press out of Pennsylvania, and they are looking for poets who are trying to explore different types of poetry forms, structures, and styles. They are definitely not looking for commercial literature — they would prefer to challenge the sensibilities and assumptions of the reader. If you think your poetry might fit these descriptions, get to know them better by reading their blog.

My friend Rebecca Lauren is the managing editor, so I can vouch that these are good people doing good work!

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Saturnalia currently takes submission only through their poetry prize. Diode Editions. This is a funky and interesting small press, and I just love the cover art on their books! Take a look at a few of these covers:. Diode runs both a full-length book contest and a chapbook contest. Want feedback on your poetry? Or help ordering your collection? Get help from a poetry editor …. Steel Toe Books. Disclaimer: my most recent book was published by Steel Toe. Steel Toe publishes beautiful books, they have a great reputation, and their list contains a variety of wonderful poets, such as Jeannine Hall Gailey , Richard Newman , Richard Carr , and Allison Joseph.

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Director of the press, Tom Hunley , is a friend and a fabulous poet in his own right. He loves books and Steel Toe is thus a labor of love for him.

Steel Toe reads manuscripts only periodically, so check back here to see when they are open for submissions. Founded by Kazim Ali one of my favorite contemporary poets , Nightboat is publishing high quality, sometimes weird and experimental titles, that are a joy to read. Nightboat publishes poetry only through their contest , at present. Note: most contests include a reading few, which is a common practice for small presses. These fees are generally then used to pay to publish the winning book, since these publishers are typically short on funds. Alice James Books.

The press has a wonderfully diverse list of authors, including many women and poets of color, and publishes a nice mix of established authors and up-and-comers. Alice James takes submissions through, you guessed it — a contest. BOA Editions. All of which I have read. Of course. If Lee is any example, BOA publishes interesting and unique voices, some of whom go on, like Lee, to become some of the most prominent poets in contemporary American literature.

Norton , his start at BOA was noteworthy. And also, if Lee is any example, BOA publishes people who are weird and interesting, which I discovered from hanging out with Lee at a weekend-long conference recently. So if you think of yourself and your poetry as weird, interesting, and unique, give it a go with BOA! New Issues.

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New Issues is a highly prestigious press, and they publish some of the best poets in America, in my opinion. And if you want additional help on your poetry, join my free email list. Yes, the name of this press may be hard to pronounce, but they sure publish innovative books!

Submissions to Dzanc are primarily through contests and competitions.

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Poetry: Reading it, Writing it, Publishing it Poetry: Reading it, Writing it, Publishing it
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