Sunday, 19 October 2014

My work in Southlight literary magazine

I am very delighted to receive a copy of Southlight literary magazine in which my two poems have been published.
These poems are The Wait and What's become of me?
The Wait was written three years ago while What's become of me? was written three months ago.
What does it say apart from you need rigorous editing before you get a magazine acceptance?
This only shows that everything and everyone has their time. It might not be your time to shine today but believe me, someday, with patience and hard work, you will.

2 comments:

  1. I've only just stumbled across this post. As I have just recently retired from being the executive editor of the Southlight magazine, it gave me joy to see how far it reaches and is appreciated. I do hope its publication continues. Don't forget to keep sending in your work, you may make publication again. Good luck!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hi Carolyn,
      Sorry for the late reply, I've just seen your comment after all this time! I am sorry to hear you left Southlight but I hope you are happy with your new endeavours. I do hope so too - that Southlight lives on for many years. Yes, I will submit some more when I feel my materials are right. Thank you :)

      Delete

A poem from Rice & Rain

It's been a month since Rice & Rain came out. Thank you to those who supported it so far! ❤ "Last Offices" is inspired f...