Fevers of the Mind Poetry & Art Blog

Our twitter is @feversof also eic @davidLONan1 Facebook Group: http://www.feversofthemind.com Fevers of the Mind Poetry & Arts Group

Paypal & Submissions e-mail: feversofthemind@gmail.com 

*UPCOMING PRINT ANTHOLOGIES*

HARD RAIN POETRY: POETRY & ART INSPIRED BY BOB DYLAN (taken from web post contributions & e-mail contributions)

FEVERS OF THE MIND 6: BARE BONES WRITINGS (taken from web post contributions not previously published in a Fevers of the Mind anthology from the past)

We are unable to provide compensation at this time for any postings on this site. We have to reach out through the year for donations just to keep the site going. This is for the art of poetry, music, art & other creatives.

Some poetry/art published on this site will periodically be taken down if space is running low. Pieces that are up for Best of the Net Nominations and other award nominees will remain on the site longer. You will be guaranteed at least 6-8 months exposure on our website. No promises after that and don’t take it personal.

Submissions open: Looking for Poetry for Adhd Awareness, Mental Health, Anxiety, Culture, History, Social Justice, LGBTQ Matters/Pride, Love, Poem series, sonnets, physical health, pandemic themes, Trauma, Retro Pop Culture Music & otherwise.

Submissions Open: Bob Dylan Online blog anthology Hard Rain Poetry.

The Wolfpack Online Contributors will last from May-August of this year. Many of the pieces will be eligible for our upcoming print anthologies. Each contributor to Anthology will be given a free PDF and then there will be an option to order copies when I supply links to the books.

Submissions are for blog are poetry showcases/wolfpack contributor pieces only at this time: Poetry, Art, Book Reviews, culture pieces, rants, pre-published poetry from self-published materials, defunct lit mags, pieces from other lit mags with permissions. We will soon be straying away from pieces on website first by late Summer. We will eventually be having you send the pieces for Anthologies first, and eventually can be moved to the website.

All submissions with bio. Please let us know if something has been previously published, we will make a judgment call on whether able to include.  We will not send rejection e-mails. If you have simultaneous submissions out there please keep this in mind. As long as work follows our guidelines or contests, prompts they have a good chance of being published on our site. If not accepted at first Just try again…but please just send once a month if a piece was rejected at first. We will not accept pieces that we deem racist, sexist, homophobic, or have pornographic themes, photos, or any type of nudity in submissions.

Please donate to our paypal at feversofthemind@gmail.com if you enjoy this site and our anthologies. Anything helps. Thank you!

About Editor David L O’Nan

Check out a link about my new book through Cajun Mutt Press “Before the Bridges Fell” March 2022

https://feversofthemind.com/2022/03/15/before-the-bridges-fell-by-me-david-l-onan-poetry-book-is-out-today-on-cajun-mutt-press/

David L O’Nan has been writing poetry & short stories for 20 years.   He is founder and editor in chief of Fevers of the Mind Poetry & Art Press with his wife HilLesha. His newest book “Before the Bridges Fell” was published with Cajun Mutt Press. We have released 5 Anthologies of poetry & art since 2019.   He has also Curated & edited “Avalanches in Poetry: Writings & Art Inspired by Leonard Cohen” and “Before I Turn Into Gold”  He has just put out a 500 page book combining 5 of his books available on Amazon “Bending Rivers” Poetry & Short Stories from David L O’Nan.  His work has appeared in Icefloe Press, Lothlorien Poetry Journal,Anti-Heroin Chic Magazine, Royal Rose Magazine, Cajun Mutt Press, Dark Marrow/Rhythm & Bones Lit, Truly U, Spillwords, Punk Noir Magazine, Eat the Storms Podcast, Cajun Mutt Press features, Ghost City Press, 3 moon Publishing, Elephants Never, Nymphs Publishing, and of course at www.feversofthemind.com His books include: The Famous Poetry Outlaws are Painting Walls and Whispers, Our Fears in Tunnels, The Cartoon Diaries, New Disease Streets, Taking Pictures in the Dark, Lost Reflections (micro-poems), His Poetic Last Whispers

https://www.amazon.com/Bending-Rivers-Poetry-Stories-David/dp/B09QFF55K3/ref=sr_1_1?crid=25YEZAM5Y4EGO&keywords=bending+rivers+david+l+o%27nan&qid=1642523310&sprefix=bending+rivers+david+l+o%27nan%2Caps%2C128&sr=8-1
(c) Geoffrey Wren art




By davidlonan1

David writes poetry, short stories, and writings that'll make you think or laugh, provoking you to examine images in your mind. To submit poetry, photography, art, please send to feversofthemind@gmail.com. Twitter: @davidLOnan1 + @feversof Facebook: DavidLONan1

9 comments

  1. Thank you, David, for visiting JanBeek and introducing yourself and your blog to me by clicking a “follow” option. Much of my blog is written in poetry format ( I am especially fond of Haiku). Last year my three word theme for the year was “Walk the Talk” and I focused mainly on “Loving One Another” This year my theme is a single word, “Embrace.” I am sure it was inspired by my need for and lack of hugs. This pandemic has robbed us of the physical contact that for people like me is as essential as the blood that flows through my veins. It’s not hard to find something, some idea, some concept to embrace each day. Sifting through the many and choosing is the hard part! Your invitation here to write and submit poems for possible inclusion in “Avalanches in Poetry 2 Writings & Art Inspired by Leonard Cohen” is intriguing. I’ll give it some serious thought. Thank you! ❤

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  2. For some reason, David, my email address has not been accepted for my blog ‘liking’ yours or to follow your blog. Hopefully this comment will be received, and may open the door! – Peter A.

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