Red Wolf Journal Spring 2014, and a fresh start
First things first. I wish to announce that the PDF copy of Red Wolf Journal Spring 2014 Issue 1 is now available for download here:
It’s also available for download on site here.
As I promised, there would be a PDF copy. I’m delivering on that promise. At least it’s easier than delivering on the promise of a rose garden.
I think Heaven would be a rose garden. Well, to be precise, the Garden of Eden restored, in unity with God. Pardon me my illusions.
If your poem(s) got into the issue, I trust you will be yelping with joy. Second time round this time. Thanks for your good company, poets. I’m sorry that we can’t let all the poems in. If yours didn’t make it, do not let this minor setback stop you from submitting again. If you let it, then you’re likely to be me. But then you’re not me, are you?
Actually it’s a matter of personal aesthetics or style. As editors we exercised that prerogative. So the issue that we delivered reflects our own quirkiness as editors, Neil and I. Admittedly it’s more me than Neil. But he had a hand in it too. Neil, are you listening?
And with that, I wish to make a second announcement. First the bad news. We will no longer be providing prompts at We Write Poems. The good news, however, is that we will still be providing Thursday prompts over at a new site, Red Wolf Poems. It is more in keeping with our new identity as a sister site to Red Wolf Journal.
I repeat, the next prompt will appear on Thursday 1 May 2014 at Red Wolf Poems. See you there.
That is all. Have a nice day, y’all.