Michael A. Griffith began writing g poetry after a disability-causing accident. His chapbooks Bloodline and Exposed were released in fall 2018. Mike was nominated for the Pushcart Prize in October 2018. He lives near Princeton, NJ and teaches at Raritan Valley Community College.
On June 13th North of Oxford will present the poetry of: Tim Suermondt, Christopher Barnes, Cameron Morse, Hiram Larew and Michael A. Griffith.
North of Oxford is open to submissions of poetry. Please send no more than five poems in word doc with a short bio, (75-100 words), and jpeg to email@example.com consideration of publication. Please note Poetry Submission and your name in the subject line of the email. Poems will be published the 15th of each month. Our response time should be within two months. We do not accept any previously published poems. Simultaneous submissions are accepted, please give proper notice if accepted elsewhere. Please wait six months after acceptance or rejection to submit new poems to North of Oxford.
Book Review-Essay- Commentary Submissions:
Submissions of book reviews, essays, and commentary are welcome. Send your submission for consideration of publication in word doc with any images or photographs attached , Include a brief bio. All submissions are to be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org Reviewers are responsible for submitting a fully edited review for consideration. Please note in the subject line of the email- submission- your name. Reviews, essays, commentary, interviews will be published the 1st of each month.
For Book Reviewers- Recently Received Books: ( Updated on a regular basis) https://northofoxford.wordpress.com/2017/11/12/recently-received-books/
We are pleased to share our top twelve most read poets between January 1st and June 1st of this year.
The Natural World by Judy Kronenfeld
Tell Them You Invited Me by Margaret A. Campbell
2 Poems by Nasim Basiri
2 Poems by J.C. Todd
2 Poems by Akshaya Pawaskar
2 Poems by Byron Beynon
Old Bones by Lou Gallo
Alexander Pushkin Dies in a Duel by Charles Rammelkamp
Ally, aka Advisor Resigns by Stephen Page
2 Poems by Arlyn LaBelle
A Man Like Her Father By David Boski
Reprise by Frank Wilson