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WE ALL BLEED THE SAME is a poetry blog dedicated to featuring the great work (s) of established and up-and-coming writers.  Unpublished works are welcomed. We are looking for poetry that speaks to human emotions, that may offend some, and hug others. Just send 2-3 unpublished poems in a Word or RTF document, along with a short 50-100 word bio and a picture of yourself. At this time, we will only select one poem to […]

Alisha Attella featured on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME!

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Happy Tuesday, poets and poetry lovers! We have new poetry feature posted on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME! Head on over and read “Hula” by Alisha Attella! http://spiltinkpoetry.tumblr.com/post/74845459180/hula-by-alisha-attella   Here’s a little about Alisha Attella: Alisha Attella lives in Long Beach, California with her two blond children and one black cat. In their tiny apartment she reads books, scratches out poems and stories, raises-up the children, and talks to the cat about writers and schedules and […]

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The Mojave River Review is now accepting submissions for its 2014 debut issue. Poets, writers, photographers, and digital artists (video/audio/music) are invited to contribute poetry, prose poems/hybrids, flash fiction, non-fiction prose, book reviews, photography/digital art of all kinds. Email us if you have music, audio, or video you’d like us to consider. Open to all styles and topics, but we’re especially interested in work related to southwest/desert culture(s). See our guidelines for more info via our Mojave River Submittable submissions manager. * […]