Launched nearly three years ago, Pulse is a weekly online publication that each Friday afternoon delivers a first-person, healthcare-related story or poem to its subscribers. These pieces are written by (and intended for) patients, health professionals, students and caregivers--and lovingly edited by the Pulse staff. Pulse's concise, authentic and engaging offerings have drawn a growing … Continue reading CFS: Pulse (Poetry, Narratives, Essays)
CHEST, the Journal of the American College of Chest Physicians, invites submissions of up to 3 previously unpublished, quality poems, maximum 40 lines, on subjects of some medical relevance. CHEST, with a subscriber base of 22,000 readers. E-mail submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for poems for publication in the Journal of Medical Humanities. Poets are invited to submit up to three poems on the theme of illness/disease. Interpretation of the theme (physical, mental, etc...) remains with the poet and may be addressed directly or indirectly. Poems must be unpublished. Prompt notification is requested if accepted for publication … Continue reading CFS: Poetry (J of Medical Humanities)
The Teacher's Voice has radically changed! It is now a free online magazine and teacher resource. They seek poems, short stories, creative nonfiction, and essays about the promise and hard truths of teaching in our schools and colleges. Chapbook and poetry contests too. The Teacher's Voice, P.O. Box 150384, Kew Gardens, NY 11415. Query: email@example.com … Continue reading CFS: The Teacher’s Voice
CHEST, the Journal of the American College of Chest Physicians, invites submissions of up to 3 previously unpublished, quality poems, maximum 40 lines, on subjects of some medical relevance. CHEST, with a subscriber base of 22,000 readers, is beginning this new poetry section in January 2008. E-mail submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org .
AJN, THE AMERICAN Journal of Nursing (circ. 300,000), seeks poems and short personal essays on experiences related to health and health care for its Art of Nursing and Reflections departments. Authors need not be health professionals. Original perspectives and clear, unsentimental writing are preferred. $150 honorarium paid upon publication. Guidelines available at http://www.editorialmanager.com/ajn.