Author Archives: Beth A. Cagle

About Beth A. Cagle

Embrace life creatively! Poet-Author-Editor-Photographer-Educator Author of award-winning poetry chapbook, The Fearless Tattoo Senior Editor of moonShine review prose journal; www.moonshinereview.com Creative Writing & Literature Teacher at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College (RCCC)

moonShine submissions time!

Originally posted on moonShine review:
Time to pull out those stories—whether from the file cabinet or the inner workings of you mind—and send them to moonShine review! The next deadline, September 15th, is right around the corner, so don’t delay.…

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Breaking into Poetry: Suggestions for New Poets

Originally posted on Beth A. Cagle:
Suggestions for Poets Who Want to be Successful By Beth Ann Cagle How does one become a better poet and serious writer? It’s a tough question, and the answers are unlimited. Although you may…

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Grace Constantly Recurring – Tony & Annalee

Originally posted on griffinpoetry:
green vertebrae cradling all the wood-bone of your years Poetry exalts. Yes, that’s right, it transports you up and out of dreary into ethereal. No it doesn’t. That’s all wrong. Poetry grounds you. It brings you…

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What Artists Need to Grow: Interactions With Editors/ Publishers/Etc.

What Artists Need to Grow: Interactions With Editors/ Publishers/Etc.  In this response, to Anne M. Hicks’ Nov. 15, 2012 Blog at annemhicks.wordpress.com, I’m going to focus specifically on the author/artist’s perspective, on the general intentions of publishers/editor’s comments, and on … Continue reading

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What Artists Need to Grow: Interactions With Editors/ Publishers/Etc.

What Artists Need to Grow: Interactions With Editors/ Publishers/Etc.  In this response, to Anne M. Hicks’ Nov. 15, 2012 Blog at annemhicks.wordpress.com, I’m going to focus specifically on the author/artist’s perspective, on the general intentions of publishers/editor’s comments, and on … Continue reading

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Breaking into Poetry: Suggestions for New Poets

Suggestions for Poets Who Want to be Successful By Beth Ann Cagle How does one become a better poet and serious writer? It’s a tough question, and the answers are unlimited. Although you may already be aware of some of … Continue reading

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