New Work At Carcinogenic Poetry

Good afternoon, readers.

Carcinogenic Poetry has once again started publishing. Aside from a perennial break in publishing, the website was also offline for a brief period of time. Fortunately, our readers remembered us. And we thank you. An excited effect has begun to resound as we have decided to create a print counterpart to the tenured online blog with the simple addendum. The Carcinogenic Poetry Review is now accepting submissions of poetry and artwork. But, you can see the “Submission Guidelines,” or visit our “Current Publications” tab for more information about that.

New work has begun to roll out of the ol’ factory. The latest releases include work by Richard Murphy and Gerard Sarnat, with poetry to come from artist and novelist, Ivan Jenson and Romanian poet, Marieta Maglas. There’s more to come. Do visit the Carcinogenic Poetry website, subscribe, and enjoy the poetry of the independent poet, the writers of the literary underground worldwide.

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Nothing. No One. Nowhere. Reading Period Closed

Thanks to everyone who submitted work for Nothing. No One. Nowhere. Vol. 2 No. 1. The reading period is now closed. If your work is accepted for publication you will be notified shortly, and  release date will soon be posted. If you are still interested in publishing opportunities with Virgogray Press, visit our submissions page. Our poetry blog, Carcinogenic Poetry, is always taking submissions. Thanks, and have a good day.

Carcinogenic Poetry: Top 10 Most Read

Virgogray Press’ flagship poetry journal, Carcinogenic Poetry, is pleased to share the top 10 poetry posts viewed at the website. Carcinogenic Poetry began meticulously collecting poetry of the underground writer in 2009, and has brought together hundreds of poems and hundreds of independent writers from around the world. Curious regarding which poets have been read most at Carcinogenic Poetry, the staff peered into the site statistics. What is presented is an intriguing selection of writers, and great tome of poetry that samples well what CP’s motto intends. Through a variety of tones and voices, these poems touch a depth and light is shed just as the truth is to lies like cancer. Beginning with the final poem of the set and progressing to the most read post on Carcinogenic Poetry, enjoy this ten part series.

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