Our poetry editor Matthew Landrum is having a busy month. He’s taking part in Tupelo Press’ 30/30 poetry contest, in which six poets write and publish a poem a day, for 30 days straight. I asked Matthew how it was going.
As well as being a challenge for the poets taking part, the 30/30 project is also a fundraiser for the non-profit Tupelo Press. They are an “independent, literary press devoted to discovering and publishing works of poetry and literary fiction by emerging and established writers”. Find our more at their site.
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