Blood Pudding Press Poetry oodles this March

Susan Yount at AWP 2014 (in Seattle) holding copies of her Blood Pudding Press Contest Winning poetry chapbook, "House on Fire", during her book signing.

Get a copy of her chapbook here - https://www.etsy.com/listing/150775648/sister-blood-and-bone-by-paula-cary-2013?

Blood Pudding Press (and editor Juliet Cook) has a busy March ahead and is still a bit discombobulated and playing catch up after a very busy end to last month, but here is some of what's in the works for the rest of March.

Reading, writing, submitting - and trying to catch up on reading submissions to Thirteen Myna Birds. As of right now, the coming-soon March issue is filled up with another teaser piece from Susan Yount's  winning chapbook plus poetry from some of the recent Blood Pudding Press chapbook contest semi-finalists (Patti Flint, Allie Marini Batts, and Jessy Randall) AND the upcoming April issue is full too with a teaser piece from the upcoming chapbook by Paul David Adkins plus more poetry by Susan Yount and Roberta Chloe Verdant, David Hutt, Zoltan Komar, Nynlil Shain, Jeremiah Walton, Kenyatta Jean-Paul Garcia, and Stephanie Kaylor.

As of right now, it's still not too late to partake of the current Myna Birds flock and read poems from the winners and finalists (Susan Yount, Paul David Adkins, Alessandra Bava, Donavon Davidson, Kelly Andrews, and Jay Sizemore)  here - http://13myna.blogspot.com/.

Closer to the end of March, I hope to be starting to work on the next winning Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook, "Stick Up" by Paul David Adkins.

Next weekend, Sunday March 16, for interested poetry peeps in or around the Cleveland area, Juliet Cook (and oodles of others - 60 featured readers) will be performing at this Snoetry poetry reading from noon until 11:00 P.M. -http://crisisblog.crisischronicles.com/2014/02/17/snoetry-4-a-kulchured-winter-wordfest---march-16th-at-guide-to-kulchur-in-cleveland.aspx

I'm probably forgetting something(s), but those are the creative basics that are popping out now...

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