Three of my poet & writer hubby’s poems are published in Dead Snakes this month, alongside Tim Laffey, Donal Mahoney and Jonathan Butcher.

Joseph Robert and Leilanie Stewart...writing and caffeine

Joseph Robert and Leilanie Stewart…writing and caffeine

Magazines, especially ezines, are a great way for a poet to connect with their audience. Many people in these cash-strapped times are looking for competitions to enter – see my previous post – though often tend to overlook magazines as a great place to be published.
Print zines are good too of course, but ezines reach a worldwide audience that small lit mags might not have the means to do. Mobile friendly too? Yep. No excuse not to have a browse then. Check out Dead Snakes for Joseph Robert’s other poem from 2013 and my poems from 2014.

About Leilanie Stewart

Leilanie Stewart is an author and poet from Belfast, Northern Ireland. She has written four novels, including award-winning ghost horror, The Blue Man, as well as three poetry collections. Her writing confronts the nature of self; her novels feature main characters on a dark psychological journey who have a crisis of identity and create a new sense of being. She began writing for publication while working as an English teacher in Japan, a career pathway that has influenced themes in her writing. Her former career as an Archaeologist has also inspired her writing and she has incorporated elements of archaeology and mythology into both her fiction and poetry. In addition to promoting her own work, Leilanie runs Bindweed Magazine, a creative writing literary journal with her writer husband, Joseph Robert. Aside from publishing pursuits, Leilanie enjoys spending time with her husband and their lively literary lad, a voracious reader of sea monster books. CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA:

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