Delighted to have two poems, ‘Lunch On Audenstrasse, 1971’ and ‘When All This Is Over’ up at Richie McCaffery’s lovely The Lyrical Aye site. https://richiemccafferypoetry.wordpress.com/2020/06/29/two-poems-by-paul-waring/
Thrilled to have my poem ‘Let Us Be Lit’ up at Atrium, one of my favourite online poetry places. Thank you to wonderful editors Holly Magill and Claire Walker for having faith in this one. You can read it via the link below:
Very pleased to see my poem ‘New Mornings’ up today as one of Poetry Wivenhoe’s 100 Anti-Covid-19 poems. Thanks to Peter Kennedy. You can read it via this link: https://poetrywivenhoe.org/poem/
Honoured to have two poems in Prole Issue 30 alongside so many poet friends. It’s a brilliant quality issue to celebrate their 10th anniversary. Congratulations and thanks to Brett Evans and Phil Robertson, best editors of the best print journal. Copies/subscriptions available via the link below:
Received these three contributor copies of Dreich # 6, one for each poem accepted. Nice touch. And look at how each copy is different. Thanks to editor Jack Carodoc.
Delighted my poem ‘In The Age Of Beige’ was published today by Dear Reader, a wonderful online magazine edited by Dr Charley Barnes. You can read it via this link: https://www.dearreaderpoetry.com
I’ve had an exciting few weeks, trying to stay productive despite the lockdown. After a welcome run of acceptances and publications, I’m pleased to share my Wombwell Rainbow series interview, with thanks to Paul Brookes for facilitating it and creating a very interesting resource. You can read it here:
So pleased to have a poem up at the lovely Amethyst Review today. Big thanks to editor Sarah Law. https://amethystmagazine.org/2020/05/14/all-because-a-poem-by-paul-waring/
Delighted to have three poems published by The Blue Nib today. One of them, ‘Blue Notes’, was inspired by a poem by John McCullough, a poet whose work I really admire. Thank you editor Tracy Gaughan.
My poem ‘When This Is Over’ was published by the lovely people at Pendemic today with hours of being submitted. Impressive! Thank you to Ruth and the Pendemic team.