Carcinogenic Poetry & Over Your Radar Culture Review

In case you were not aware, Virgogray Press has two online journals for the poet and the writer.  Carcinogenic Poetry is a brand new online poetry blog from Virgogray Press.  Carcinogenic is now open to submissions and will begin publishing in December 2009/ January 2010. Carcinogenic is a platform for writers who would like to have their poetry read by an ever expanding audience and have work they would like considered that may not coincide with our anthology themes. Carcinogenic will be published on a rolling basis. There is a plan for a print version of Carcinogenic Poetry. We’re looking for honest, gut wrenching and genuine quality work for this publication. The motto at Carcinogenic Poetry is: “The truth is to lies like cancer.” You can visit Carcinogenic Poetry by clicking on the link to the right of this article, but we will not begin posting until later this year.

Over Your Radar Culture Review has been open to the reading public for some months now and is a place where readers and writers can learn a little bit about what’s out there in the world of independent releases. OYR focuses mainly on chapbooks, but will tackle music, books and videos as well. We are actively looking for new reviews of the best independent work. If you are a writer with an opinion on something you may have read, seen or listened to and have written a review for it, you are welcome to send it to OYR at Virgogray Press. To visit Over Your Radar Culture Review please click on the link to the right.

To learn how to get your work published in either of these online journals & for formal guidelines, please click on the submissions tab at the top of the page.

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