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Links to poets, readers, e-zines, or other members of interest to the Sol family
Sol Magazine
Ampersand Poetry Journal
Texas Poetry Events
updated 05/27/2007

(Note: Sol Magazine does not maintain these sites, and there is a chance that they are inoperative.)

Funky Dog Publishing
and The Online Poetry Website of Doug Tanoury

online poetry journal -- http://www.zafusy.com/
"We are a UK Poetry Landmark and we have been chosen for archival by the British Library's Web Preservation Programme."

Spiky Palm
"Spiky Palm is a four-page review of poetry written by poets from across the United States. The purpose of the publication is to share our love of poetry with readers as well as writers of poetry on Galveston Island and around the world."

MindFire Renewed
This new quarterly zine will feature prose, poetry, art, photags, reviews, interviews, and much more.
Visit MindFire Renewed home page for submission details, staff info and links.
Submissions of any style, school and genre are welcome.

Poetry Resources
URL: http://www.qozi.com/poetry/
Description: poetry related news, books and web resources

Gin Bender Poetry Review:  A literary webzine.
Visit www.ginbender.com for Submission Guidelines.
E-mail ginbender[at]yahoo.com with queries.


AMAZE: The Cinquain Journal is dedicated to developing, promoting, and publishing cinquains in the traditional form established by Adelaide Crapsey. We are also very interested in the development and publication of innovative forms of the cinquain, such as mirror cinquains and cinquain cycles or sequences.

Lisa Janice Cohen, Webmaster:  amazecinquain[at]aol.com
Deborah P. Kolodji, Associate Editor

Poet's Canvas

Poetry in the Arts, Austin, Texas' longest-running poetry venue,
now offers contests, publishing, a vision of a more vigorous
arts community, and ways for artists to become involved.
Visit www.poetryinarts.org/ for more information.

Inprint, Inc.
Dedicated to the literary arts in Houston.

Why not take a look at this commercial British Journal
that co-incidentally has the same name as we do?
They feature poetry, short stories and articles
you may find interesting.

Sol Magazine On Line
24 Fowler Close
Southend-on-Sea, Essex
SS1 2RD, England, UK
e-mail: solmag[at]solpubs.freeserve.co.uk

Bay Area Writers League
Email address for B.A.W.L. is info[at]bawl.org
Web-site issues: Webmaster[at]bawl.org

Poetry Daily

Check out http://lcweb.loc.gov/poetry/laureate.html
for 1937 to present U.S. Poet Laureate information.
On June 21, 2001, Librarian of Congress James H. Billington has announced
the appointment of Billy Collins to be the Library's new
Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry.
(Billy Collins succeeded Stanley Kunitz)

Nuestra Palabra:  Latino Writers Having Their Say

InPrint First Friday Readings
The readings are held in Inprint House, 1520 West Main, two blocks south of the Menil Collection Museum, one block east of Mandell, in Houston, Texas. Admission is free. There is always an open reading after the featured poet.

The Poet Connection.  This web page is designed by
and for poets in the Prince George's County, MD area.

~ (the poetry) Worm ~ is a product of The Pennine Poetry Studio.
Visit our keep-net at: www.villarana.freeserve.co.uk

Words of a Woman Net Society

William Barney

Dawn Ireland
(this link was inoperative when we last checked)

Pamela Wilfinger
Inscriptions Magazine

Bonnie Williams & Steven Cox

Woodlands Writers Guild

Jan Hilton - "Lal" ("Beloved" in Hindi)

Born on 22nd March 1948.  Lives in Lichfield, Staffordshire, England.
Works in telecommunications.  She is a Buddhist.  Her leisure pursuits are
writing, walking in Staffordshire's beautiful countryside, flying Hawks and
other birds of prey.  Pet Loves:  Loves: The English Language in all its
forms. Beauty.  Harley Davidson Motorcycles.  All animals and humankind in
general.  Pet hates:  Cruelty in any form.  Waste of the Earth's resources.
Jan Hilton, British poet

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