Now the dead horse is out of the barn–We have Hemmingway’s Shotgun, a new online magazine from Carver’s Dog

Hey Folks,

Rodger over at Carver’s Dog is firing up a new online magazine. You can submit your poetry to him–see his guidelines below. While you are there check out his (wish I had written that) flash fiction piece on Richard Brautigan.

There is a literary easter egg hunt of Brautigan’s work going on in the story—go find it. Tell him I sent you.

Hemingway’s Shotgun is an online magazine devoted to all manner of poetic verse but with a particular emphasis on poetry on the topic of literature, books, and reading.

Send us your poetry today. We’re not particular. Iambic pentameter? Cool. Sonnets? Sure, why not? Haiku and haiku sonnets? Absolutely. Anything that displays the art of rythmical composition and speaks to the subject of literature will be considered. And of course all authors retain their copyright(s). Include a two-line bio.

What we’re doing doing is community building and exposing good craft with verse. Which is another way of saying that there is no compensation.
http://hemingwaysshotgun.wordpress.com/

Send your submissions to rodger_jacobs at yahoo dot com

Hemingway’s Shotgun is a presentation of Carver’s Dog

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4 Responses to Now the dead horse is out of the barn–We have Hemmingway’s Shotgun, a new online magazine from Carver’s Dog

  1. Paul says:

    Are there submission rules, re work previously appearing elsewhere? haha. Sound like a great idea, I will go check it out.

  2. Scot says:

    Paul
    I believe blogs are ok–he is building a community–guidelines more or less outlined above and on site…

  3. Paul, yes, I will accept material that has been previously published in any format.

    Scot, your terrific Bob Dylan/Sara Jane piece is up and running. Thanks for contributing. I’ll hold the Brautigan haiku in reserve.

  4. Scot says:

    Check out a new found poem of mine on Hemminway’s Shotgun.

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