Hi all! Here is April’s Peeking Cat Perspectives. Here’s how it works:1. Take a look at the image below and write something inspired about it. It can be a poem, prose, or just a few lines.2. Submit your writing by commenting on this blog post. All posts are moderated just so that we don’t get […]
This week our writer interview is with writer Christopher John Eggett. We’re chatting about being inquisitive in the name of writing, the challenges of editing your beloveds, and his weekly poetry newsletter.
This week we’re talking to poet B. Diehl about writing about the everyday, the importance of being true to himself in his writing, and his poetry collection Zeller’s Alley.
This week we’re joined by Claire Sexton, and we’re talking about the cathartic benefits of writing, and that great sense of achievement that comes with getting one of your poems or stories published!
The April issue is out now! Featuring poetry and fiction from 19 writers, and a review of poetry collection These Wild Houses by Omar Sakr. Buy Issue 24 print copy Download free PDF
It has occurred to me that these days I am more concerned with diversity in the magazine than with absolutely perfect English. Here’s why I’ve been putting down my red pen a little more often these days!
This week’s writer interview is with Del Carter! Del is a pre-medicine sophomore at the University of Florida pursuing a B.A. in Political Science. He talks about the women who have supported and inspired his writing, and the importance of leaving his words open to interpretation – a writing technique we particularly love at Peeking Cat! […]
Last night I had a dream that I went to a writing group for the first time. The leader of the group asked us to spend 25 minutes writing about a real person, so I began writing a poem about a friend who I haven’t seen for a while. But I was having trouble writing […]
Hi all! Here is the first Peeking Cat Perspectives. I’m really excited for this and hope lots of people will join. Here’s how it works: 1. Take a look at the image below and write something inspired about it. It can be a poem, prose, or just a few lines.2. Submit your writing by commenting […]
Hello all! I’m writing today to talk to you about a new feature I’m considering adding to the website: Peeking Cat Perspectives. This is just something for fun, and it involves one image and a whole lot of poems and prose!