Poetry has been a passion of mine since I was a teenager. Those of you who started this challenge with me over two years ago, and those new poets who recently joined, deserve a huge hug for all your hard work and dedication. So, thanks for sharing your poetry with the world!
I know the last few years, we’ve struggled with ping-backs and the myriads of other submission issues. So, I have a solution.
I’ve update the submission rules for the Tanka Tuesday syllabic poetry challenge. Everything remains the same as far as the types of poems that you can write.
However, I have “borrowed” the submission form idea from the Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction Challenge run by Charli Mills, and I would like to thank her for the inspiration. ❤
New Submission Rules – Please read carefully:
After you have written your poem and published it on your blog, (and instead of doing ping-backs and all that nonsense) I created a form for you to cut and paste your poem into on my challenge post. The form generates an email to me. Your submission will allow me to cut and paste your poem and information from the email into the weekly recap, and then into the PDF Poet of the Week collection that you will be able to grab for free in 2020.
I’m limited in what I can change on the form, so I’ve included a key, so you understand the titles. This is what you’ll see on the Tanka Tuesday Challenge posts:
Please do not submit anything to this form. This is just an example so you know what to expect tomorrow. Thank you.
The Poetry Challenge Recap published on Monday will now contain your poem, name, and a link to your blog. I am doing this as a courtesy to you for your participation in the challenge.
In exchange, PLEASE support the other poets by re-blogging the Weekly Recap, sharing it on social media, & commenting on the poet’s blogs.
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Here’s to another fabulous year of syllabic poetry!