This message came to me this week from Broadsided Press. I have a link to them under "Resources You Might Love" because I think the broadsides are gorgeous and the concept of using the internet to revive an old art is nothing short of brilliant. If you have a color printer, you can download the posters and give yourself a gallery of poetry and art for free. Even in black and white (which is what I have) they look lovely. I'll post one here for you to see. I've blogged on this once before, but this time there is an actual call out from the site.
We'd like to ask for your help: do you know of a poet who might have work that would suit Broadsided?
We are looking for poems that are clear, smart, and not too esoteric -- and pretty short.
Please spread the word to writers whose work you admire and encourage them to submit work to us. Thanks again for being part of Broadsided.
Elizabeth Bradfield, Sean Hill, & Mark Temelko
PS: If you know anyone living in Alabama, Delaware, Hawaii, North Dakota, or Wyoming, let them know we need Vectors to post Broadsided in these states! And heck, we can just use more Vectors anywhere.
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