Where do you 'see' poetry?
In our next podcast, we're going to discuss the places we see poetry. That certainly entails a lot. We mean, of course, the actual places that we read poetry - the poetry reading at the coffee shop or the slam at an art festival, but we also mean the wider, more abstract notion of see. If you're like us, you love found poetry, and the abstract poetry of reality. That's what we want to discuss in our conversation. Where do we see poetry and what does it represent for us? Poetry's power is important in 2017, and will seemingly continue to be that way for the foreseeable future, so let's talk about it. Share your thoughts on the places you see poetry and what that poetry means to you and you'll be mentioned in our podcast!
An EP from one of our own
Our art editor, Sarah, released an EP today! Check it out and share it with your friends ASAP.
Watch the mailbox!
After complications the May postcard by Nadia Zamin is on its way. Keep an eye on your mailbox!
Apologies: Postcard delay
This month's Red Flag Poetry postcard is on its way, do not fret. Your monthly dose of poetic genius will still be delivered right to your mailbox. However, due to a printing discrepancy the cards will be arriving late this month. You can expect your reprieve from bills and junk mail to be at your address within the next two weeks, so keep a look out.
Our sincerest apologies,
Your poetry postmasters.
Have you had something to say about one of our postcards, poems, or interviews that you just couldn't get off your mind? So have we, and we've finally fixed that bug on the website. Using the Facebook comments feature you're now able to post comments on all of our 'blog' style pages! Please share your thoughts, but please be respectful of other people too!
It's party time!
No jokes here, we're looking for your poems! Our submission period is open until May 31st! For more information check out our submit page!
Red Flag Poetry is proud to announce that we've embraced GreenSubmissions to manage all the great poems you want us to read! Doing this will simplify the process for you, for us, and make the world a better place. It will also allow us to better guarantee a blind reading of your work. Our submission period opens April 1st, so get writing and and check out our GreenSubmissions page!
Our submission acceptance letters just went out! To all that submitted, we thank you for your continued interest and support of this project. To all our subscribers, get ready for some great poetry coming your way in the upcoming months! We will be opening up submissions again in the spring.
Submissions closed: Keep writing
Due to all the great submissions we have received here at Red Flag we will not be accepting any further work for a short period. This does not mean you should stop writing; we love everything we receive. Submissions will be open again in the spring, and we look forward to reading more of the great poetry out there.
Check out our news page to see what's going on at Red-Flag Poetry Service.