Month: July 2022

OPA’s Adult Fall Poetry Contest Opens Aug. 1

Polish your poems. It’s contest time again!Begins: August 1, 2022Ends: September 1, 2022 CATEGORIESPlease remember that if you are not a current member of OPA you must submit yourentries through the Non-Member Submittable portal in order for them to be accepted.Limit: one poem per category (no duplicates).1) Poet’s Choice: Limit 80 lines, any subject, any …

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With Extreme Prejudice, Lest We Forget, by Emmett Wheatfall, reviewed by Carolyn Martin

As a poet astutely aware of the challenges facing 21st century America, Emmett Wheatfall has never shied away from the in-your-face-truths all of us need to hear. With Extreme Prejudice, Lest We Forget is his latest foray into truth-telling. This collection bears witness to the history of the COVID-19 pandemic which Wheatfall elegantly describes as The greatest hitchhiker on earth…/making its rounds (“Every Nation Under The Sun”).

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