Now accepting submissions of poetry & art for Winter Muses' Gallery
Send poems of 30 lines or fewer as text in body of an email or as a .doc attachment. No theme or form required - it's Poet's Choice. Previously published is OK but be sure to include acknowledgment of where and when it first appeared.
Send photos and artwork as .jpgs.
Submissions should be sent to email@example.com no later than December 29, 2017. Put "Winter Muses' Gallery" in subject line. Poets, be sure to include the city/state/country where you live.
Highland Park Poetry is pleased to announce its 6 nominations for the 2018 Pushcart Prize:
From our Winter 2017 Muses’ Gallery: Poet’s Choice • Ugly Poets by Herb Berman
From our Summer 2017 Muses’ Gallery: Birds • Birds in Autumn by Judith Kaufman • Cardinal Sin, Recalled and Forgiven by Julie Isaacson
From Art Gets In Your Eyes: Poets Respond to Highland Park’s Public Art • Antelope by Jenene Ravelsoot • Leaving Things Unfinished by Gail Goepfert • Still Now by Katie Spero
Please join Highland Park Poetry in congratulating these fine poets and wishing them the best of success! Fingers firmly crossed!
2017 Autumn Muses' Gallery: Highland Park's Public Art
The blue and white signs you've noticed around town adjacent to sculptures are the winning poems from our Public Art Poetry Contest. This temporary display is scheduled to stay up now through December. A map of the art and their locations throughout Highland Park is available below.
To read all of the poems, visit our Muses' Gallery.
Art Gets In Your Eyes: Poets Respond to Highland Park's Public Art, a full-color chapbook, is available for purchase on Amazon.com.
We love your feedback - send us what you think and ideas for future programs that get poetry into the community to firstname.lastname@example.org.