Welcome to Form21, a literary project of Folded Word.  We are populating this site on a rolling basis with articles by poets and writers around the world on:

  • how to write a [form]
  • classical examples of [form]
  • modern examples of [form]
  • pros & cons of form-play
  • new forms sparked by new technology

If you would like to be considered as a contributor for this project, please send an email to editors@foldedword.com with “form21” in the subject line.  In the body of the email, include:

  • the email address associated with your WordPress account (open an account if you don’t already have one)
  • the titles of 6 form poems and/or 6 short stories you’ve written + where they’ve been published OR the names of 6 college-level English/creative writing courses you have taken + where you’ve taken them
  • an article outline that includes the name of a form and references for your comments.

We hope you’ll check back often for new articles and join us in the discussion of what fiction and poetry are/will be in the 21st century.

J.S. Graustein, Editor in Chief of Folded Word
aka “grayestone”

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Sander Blome says:

    21st Century poets need this education. Disseminating this information is essential. I stumbled upon at Duotrope.com. How can the word be better spread?

    1. grayestone says:

      Cheerleaders. We need lots and lots of cheerleaders. Thanks so much for your support!

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