Pagan Poets Needed

June 19, 2008 at 9:55 am (Poetry)


The Pagan Poetry Pages  is a small and independent poetry site, founded in 2000 and

dedicated to quality poetry, particularly concerning (though not necessarily restricted

to) that with a spiritual or pagan slant.
For years we’ve published a range of poetry, Short Stories, Prose and Journals in 6-8

editions per year, online. We have a members’ section where poems and writing in general

can be posted and discussed. We welcome articles and news from the world of writing and

In the last year the PPP as it’s affectionately known has beeen quieter than normal due

to other commitments on the part of the editorial team. But it is now being revamped and


A new edition is already in the works and regular editions will be appearing throughout

the year; we are also about to collate the PPP Anthology, showcasing the best of the

poems and other works and this will be sold to raise money for the PPP annual Poetry

Competition Prize Fund. The PPP anual Poetry Competition will be help from November and

the results announced in the Yule Edition.
We would love to hear from new poets, or indeed, renew our aquaintance with old friends.

We also welcome general prose, stories, and journals. Work can be submitted as members by

joining the PPP website, or by emailing

Please include any biographical information and any details of previous publications,

books, anthologies etc that you would like to have included with your published


Read, Enjoy, Be Inspired!

1 Comment

  1. cunninghamburton58 said,

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