October C.M.P. Featured Writers

There’s a symphony of autumn perfumes in the air. The changing leaves turn trees into opals. Shadows seem to follow you closer. Ghosts press in around your skin a little tighter. October is here.

A time for dancing flames, mischief, and pumpkin spice fucking everything. All the strange and unusual people feel normal this time of year. I, myself, am strange and unusual. See what I did there? You’re not one of us if you didn’t.

Yes, if you couldn’t tell, this is my favorite month, and below you’ll find the lineup. If you’d like to submit some writing send 1-3 poems to cajunmuttpress@gmail.com along with a bio and author photo. I have a few spots left to fill for January, then I’ll be reading for February.

Also, keep your eyes peeled for our next book release, The Queen and Her Devil: A Sacred Journey Through Love and Contracts by Rani Whitehead! Paberback available around Halloween.

Write On,
J.D.C.IV
🤟💀

C.M.P. Featured Writers, Oct. 2020:

Too Late for That
by Dave O’Leary
10/02/20

The Jungle of the Screaming Souls
by John Goodie
10/05/20

Keep The Funk: Shootin’ Up Poetry in New Orleans
by Ron Whitehead
10/07/20

Plodding & Changes
by John Drudge
10/09/20

4 Poems
by Sanjeev Sethi
10/12/20

The Four Points
by Randall Rogers
10/14/20

When
by Raissa Ann
10/16/20

On the Border of Strange Things
by Will Mayo
10/19/20

The Zero Moment
by LB Sedlacek
10/21/20

Justified Rage and other Poems
by Yong Takahashi
10/23/20

the contract
by Kurt Newton
10/26/20

Coviloquy
by el gallo sabio
10/28/20

Before the werewolf’s wedding
by Carrie Magness Radna
10/30/20

3 Poems for All Hallows’ Eve
by Adam Ai
10/31/20

Three Ghostly Poems for Halloween
by Frogg Corpse
10/30/20

3 thoughts on “October C.M.P. Featured Writers”

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s