Speaking of Brevity

August 27, 2010 § Leave a comment

Cellpoems, a poetry journal distributed via text message and archived online, seeks poems of 140 characters or less.

In her poem “Poet’s Work,” Lorine Niedecker said that there was “no lay off from this condensery.” We’re looking for work that demonstrates the fruit of such labor; strange, profound, weird, and memorable language condensed into 140 characters or less.

Checkout our poetry archive (featuring work by Kimiko Hahn, Matthea Harvey,Billy Collins, and lots of other emerging and established writers),and submit your own work at <www.cellpoems.org>.

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