Do you think that American population can appreciate poetry or do you think it goes clear over...
I have faith that there are plenty of people that still appreciate poetry, myself being one of them. Granted, there's not as much poetry being published now because everyone wants to cash in on exploits and publish books of trash to "get paid" instead of putting out quality works. But, as I said before, there are still great poets out there with a vast audience of hungry minds.
It is difficult to publish poetry in the US, relative to some other nations. For example, South Korea gives recognition to poetry as well as all arts, crafts, and other activities with a leader in each one that is financially supported by the government and called "Living National Treasure." However, we have millions of people here that enjoy and appreciate poetry and large numbers that write it, although many keep it hidden.
by Lena Kovadlo4 years ago
One of my friends who is a poet had created a Hub Pages account in hopes to share her poetry with others. She published a number of poetry hubs that included her poetry and appropriate images but they became unpublished...
by savanahl4 years ago
Anybody have any thoughts on getting published in an Anthology?Are there any pros?
by Dale Hyde5 years ago
Okay, I published a hub on the 12th of this month...the lovely "noindex" was immediately slapped on it. A little over 24 hours later on the 13th, the noindex tag was supposedly removed.Since the time of the...
by Wayne Barrett5 years ago
If I want to get serious and try to publish, what would you recommend; poetry or short stories?I keep hearing that I should try to publish my work, but I really am just a novice hobbyist so I have no idea what would be...
by row7776 years ago
I've come across Poetry.com through another website helping poets to make money from and publish their poetry. Poetry.com has you submit up to 4 poems per submission and they pay $150 per poem. So I was wondering if...
by Martyn Wright5 years ago
Are you taken for granted so frequently that you now turn a blind eye to it?
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