Guest Post – Rant

I have a guest post for you all today from someone who has previously submitted to Come and Go Literary. His name is Anthony Gorman, goes by Grumpy Gorman, and you can find his poetry on his blog Hands in the Garden: Short Poems for Short Attention Spans. Gorman’s work always makes me wonder how…

Latin Lesson (Memoir)

I have a poetry submission for you all today. Clarissa Simmons, owner of the blog poeturja, wrote a great poem about the enjoyment of learning latin as a child and being able to picture herself on the ancient Roman battlefields, which ultimately conflict with the way her life has turned out. If you wish to…

Thin Branch

I have a new poetry submission for you all today. My good friend Cam, who I used to work (read: suffer) with at Target, reached out to me with an amazing poem. He used to show me his work all the time and I was always amazed at the talent he has. I’m honored to…

Floating

Another poem! But by me this time. I know it’s National Poetry Month, and that we should be celebrating poetry non stop this April, but I’m going to switch it up soon for those of you who like my fiction better. I have one more poem lined up and ready to go — perhaps for…

Declaration

I have another poetry submission for you all today. Debbie Whittam reached out to me a little while ago with a poem about bullying and I instantly jumped on it because I knew how prevalent an issue bullying is and that calling out bullies needed to be encouraged. When I read the first draft, I…

Corn Moon

Ana Daksina has become a regular on this blog, and I couldn’t be more thankful. She submitted this poem the other day, and as usual, I was amazed by how long it was and how easily I managed to get lost in the language. If this is your first time reading Ana’s work, get your…