Cajun Mutt Press Featured Writers, September 2019

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“We know that in September, we will wander in the summer’s wreckage. We will welcome summer’s ghost.”
– Henry Rollins

I feel as if I’d blinked and summer was over, it flew by faster than any other I can remember. Maybe that’s just me getting older, and time is what we want most, but what we use worst. My birthday is in a few days as well, so I guess I’m just wishing I could slow time down a bit.

Anyway, I’m getting off track. Below you’ll find the featured writer spots for September. As usual, you can send submissions to cajunmuttpress[at]gmail[dot]com. I’m not accepting manuscripts at this time because I’m booked until December, but you can still send 1-3 poems with a bio and author photo for featured spots. I already have the October lineup scheduled, so I’ll be reading for November & December.

Write On!
J.D.C.IV
🤘💀

Cajun Mutt Press Featured Writers, September 2019:

I turned down
by Wolfgang Carstens
09/02/19

Cajeta (Gimme Some Sweet!)
by David Estringel
09/03/19

When there’s nothing else
by Brian Rihlmann
09/04/19

Lifting the hem of the nation
by Kushal Poddar
09/06/19

Target
by Kevin Martin
09/09/19

There Are Four Ways The Hands Can Pray
by Paulie Lipman
09/11/19

The Void of Depression
by Rani Whitehead
09/13/19

Shame And Embarrassment
by Ian Lewis Copestick
09/16/19

Again
by Dave O’Leary
09/18/19

Slots
by Sanjeev Sethi
09/20/19

If Love Does Not Live
by Joseph Spence
09/23/19

Dancing Bears And Satyrs
by William Teets
09/25/19

a tough day
by Pete Donohue
09/27/19

The Coffe Shop
by RIA Banerjee
09/30/19

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