Tag: folded word

Best of the Net 2016 Nominees

Folded Word is proud to announce the nomination of the following works for Sundress Publications’ 2016 Best of the Net competition:

Submission Guidelines Revised

If you’ve been thinking about sending us a query for your work, please be aware that we just revised our submission guidelines:

Write Short & Share: Trokeen

A column created in preparation for Folded Word’s upcoming panel on short-form poems at the New Hampshire Poetry Festival. As we mentioned last week, writing short form poetry can provide a self-contained place to experiment with poetic elements you’ve never used before. Sometimes, however,…

Write Short & Share: Cherita

A column created in preparation for Folded Word’s upcoming panel on short-form poems at the New Hampshire Poetry Festival. As we mentioned last week, writing short form poetry can provide a framework for practicing specific poetic skills. It can also serve as a safe,…

Write Short & Share: Shadorma

This week’s featured short form is the shadorma. I couldn’t find any conclusive information on its invention, but the rules for this form seem to be a riff off the simplified English version of the Japanese tanka…

I wonder what you see…

INVITATION: All art grows out of paying attention: in sight, sound, scent, taste & touch. You are invited to craft a written response (poetry or prose, 50 words or less) to the images and scene below.

Write Short & Share: Puente

young woman walking on a beach with moored boats in the bay

This week’s featured short form is the puente, invented by James Rasmusson.┬áThe rules for this form are simple:

Write Short & Share: Lanturne

oak leaves spilling down a waterfall

This week’s featured short form is the lanturne (I’ve also seen it spelled lanterne). The rules for this form are simple:

Folded Quotes “The Earth-Boat”

a poetic quote paired with graphic art

I wonder what you see…

INVITATION: All art grows out of paying attention: in sight, sound, scent, taste & touch. You are invited to craft a written response (poetry or prose, 50 words or less) to the images and scene below.