WEbook + Level 4 Press = Five New Poetry Anthologies

05:27

Level4
Level 4 Press founder
and editor William Roetzheim is teaming
up with WEbook to gather submissions for a
series of poetry anthologies.  Level 4
Press
is a small press with approximately thirty-five titles currently in
print, and several new titles coming out during 2009.  The press focuses on
high quality writing in general, with a particular interest in poetry.
Roughly 75% of Level 4 Press titles
are poetry related.  Level 4 Press
titles have garnered 9 gold medals and 28 finalist awards in various literary
contests.



WEbook poets are
invited to contribute their best work to these anthologies. William
Roetzheim
will edit and select poems to be included in the books. For complete submission guidelines and information
about the terms of publication, please visit the project you’re interested in
submitting to.



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Poems of Nature
:
Contribute poetry about nature. Submissions will be grouped by animals, insects,
Earth, wind and storms, landscape, and Trees.



Poems
of Ghosts, Evil, and Superstition:
A collection of spooky poems. Write about haunted buildings, ghosts, the supernatural, murder, and death.



Poems
of Inspiration and Faith:
Submit
inspirational and devotional poetry. Topics
include western religion, pagan religion, eastern religion, questioning
religion, and inspiration.



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Poems of
Romance:
This anthology collects
poems about courting, unrequited love, beauty, love, separation, redemption,
and commitment.



Modern
Nursery Rhymes:
Be the next
Mother Goose – updated for the modern world.



Happy writing, WEpoets!



-- Melissa





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3 comments

  1. You should really have a weekly or bi-monthly newsletter - don't seem to be that many submissions so far. I wonder if email would reach more people, as not many seem to read the blog?

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  2. I would like to Submit my poetry if possible.

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  3. Pardon Me , but all of the above are closed projects not taking submissions. What the heck is up with that?

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