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Published: The Modified B Plan

A while back I went through a list of places that had rejected poems of mine this year. Enumerated among them were the publishers of the Two Weeks ebook anthology, who had passed on a poem of mine called “The

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Rejected: The 2011 backlog

I’ve been remiss in documenting my submissions of late, but this morning I was tinkering with the spreadsheet I use to keep track of what I’ve sent out and what’s been sent back, and I noticed that 2011 has been

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Rejected: Falling down and fake histories

I’ve got another couple of rejections to throw on the pile this week, one from a while back and one from yesterday. A couple of weeks ago I noticed that I hadn’t heard about a poem I’d sent to the

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Blogs and journals and the poetry voice

I recently discovered Linebreak, which is an online poetry journal that publishes one new poem a week. It’s a nice minimalist format that works well with the whole blog concept – in some ways I prefer the idea of a

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About Adam

I'm the author of the poetry collections The Third Fruit is a Bird and Not Quite the Man for the Job, the novel Man Bites Dog and the short story collection Heroes and Civilians.
contact: adamatsya@gmail.com
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Quelle Grammage!
Been mucking about with speech bubbles. Tonight's reading: poems from Saturday night's poetry and puppetry show + eulogy for the baker's husband on the back of the shortbread packet. Both beautiful & moving. "Stand strong soldier! The Power Jewel only charges once a day! Besides, the two of us are more than enough to deal with a single Ggrabbtargg goon without Lord Power's help!" heres the start of that odd poem i had published in #corditejournal - cordite dot org dot au if you wanna read it all
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