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forklift, ohio

Just got a poem accepted by Forklift, Ohio. It's strange. My last three acceptances have been for poem I cut from my MS (Columbia Poetry Review, Conduit, and now Forklift, Ohio).

I've decided to reinsert the poems accepted by those journals. Perhaps I get too carried away with new projects and think the old projects are no longer valid.


Forklift, Ohio

Comments

Tony Tost said…
Marcus,

Same thing happens to me. I think it's perfectly legit to leave them out of a manuscript if they don't contribute to that particular one -- you can always save it for a later manuscript, or let it float out there, like a bonus track or single.

Tony

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