The Giant Chart O’ Poems and What’s to Come

Poets, I have a surprise for you! (Well, not a surprise if you follow me on Twitter, but probably otherwise.) Remember when I told you all about charting 500+ poems to make my submissions easier? That spreadsheet, the Giant Chart O’ Poems, is now available FREE for download at The Organized Writer.

If you’re a poet drowning in the complicated mass of poems, market requirements, contests guidelines, and submissions, do yourself a favor and use my spreadsheet template to sort everything. It will be MUCH easier from then on. 🙂

That’s really it for today – plus a quick note about what’s to come here on the blog. My favorite month of the year is only a couple of weeks away. I always do something to celebrate Halloween, and this year will be no different. I have several stories and poems releasing (October is high traffic time for us horror writers), several posts elsewhere lined up, a game, a discount for my loyal readers, and, of course, a giveaway! So keep your potatoes peeled and your eyes open, and check back often come October – or better yet, subscribe to get my posts by email if you’re not already! You won’t want to miss the fun I have planned.

See you ghouls come Spooktober. ♥


In Case You Missed It:

Fearful Fathoms: Collected Tales of Aquatic Terror has released in ebook and paperback! It includes my literary surrealism story “The Lighthouse,” along with many other wonderful tales of ocean horror.

And don’t forget to check out my latest posts on LitReactor: “When Books and Music Meet: 18 Literary Creations That Rock” and “A Gothic Literature Primer: Suggested Reading.”

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  • Thanks, Annie. Excited to put this to use. And super duper excited about your Halloween treats. (Funny story: I just decorated for Halloween and my husband asked if any of the other residents have Halloween decorations up. I said, ‘they should.’)

    • Thanks Ashley! I hope you find it helpful. Yay for Halloween decorations!!

  • Melissa Crytzer Fry

    So much fun experiencing your enthusiasm this time of year, Annie!

  • Nina Sackheim Badzin

    I love your charts!