Can anyone tell me who is interested in poems, one shot stories, or fictions?
I actually mean do you guys like compiled poems and stories???
Poems have very limited appeal in the West unless you're song writing.
Stories have more attraction, especially compared to full length books. The challenge though is getting paid for it, since fan fiction for nearly every fictional universe are free.
I don't "compile", in a way like getting poems from another and collects it. I write them by myself... Actually, few years ago, before I deleted almost all of my hubs here, I have a Shakespearean style poem that I have posted it here.
What I mean is, my own compliation of poems, like I wrote a new poem, my own poem then another and another and compile it to become a book.
Well, honestly, poem is like art gallery - only people who have the same passion goes to it. I dont want 2 discourage U on writing poems by saying that. In fact, I want 2 encourage U writing what you are passionate about regardless of whatever comes
Glimmer-train.com, they have writing contests and workshops. Many cities have poetry centers, or writing centers.
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