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All of Michael Lee Johnson's poetry books are now available on Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com. Type in Michael Lee Johnson or book titles or simply follow this link:


Poetry Super Highway A Must For Poets & Writers

This is an absolute must site for beginning and experienced writers.  Rich, crazy rick, who in person is very leveled headed and and experiences in all forms of poetry exibition.  His efforts, time, knowledge base offers it all:  a radio podcast which I was lucky enough to be on, help full submission sites for writers, newsletter, poetry contest-and a very fair person always doing his best.  Absolute must site.  He is a poets poet; and real resource of information for poets.

This is the original The Lost American:  From Exile to Freedom.  Available at IUniverse.com.  You can contact the author at, promomanusa@gmail.com.

These are new poems by Michael Lee Johnson, including many black and white illustrative pictures reinforcing the poems. Michael Lee Johnson is the author of The Lost American: From Exile to Freedom, http://www.iuniverse.com/bookstore/book_detail.asp?isbn=0-595-46091-7. He has two previous chapbooks of poetry at: http://www.lulu.com/content/936633 or . http://stores.lulu.com/poetryboy.

The Lost American:  From Exile to Freedom at Lulu.com is an updated version of the IUniverse book with new interesting picuture illustrations.  The book is about is about one man's journey into exile over the Vietnam War many years ago, his struggle, his survival, his road to recovery and strength manifesting itself through his prose and poems. His first chapbook of poems and prose is also available for purchase and download at: http://stores.lulu.com/poetryboy. Author's email: promomanusa@gmail.com
 Mississippi Crow, Nadia, a very nice person, and I like nice people.  Not only does she run a wonderful site for poets.  He trys hard to help emerging and established poets as much as space and her time allows.  A must visit.
Largest collection of free MP3s to play or download, free MP3 software

Duotrope's Digest is loaded with publisher lists and information for writers.  It also allow publishers to list their sites.  Critical resoure for writers and publishers.  Highly recommended.

Writers Resources and More Site Links

If you need tee shirts, golf shirts, uniforms, screenprinted or embroidered check this site out!  They also do advertising promotional items like pens, calendars, custom imprinted for handouts.  Printing services and signs and banners are also available.

Wizards Of The Wind:

http://wizardsofthewind.blogspot.com/ is an online poetry ezine, editor Michael Lee Johnson,  author of The Lost  American:  From Exile to Freedom, is now accepting submissions from writers.  I am looking for poetry, free verse, Japanese forms, and metric (but not contrived form); very small flash fiction, and small non-fiction articles that reflect a sincere cause or issue.  Be in our initial issue!  Art work also appreciated.E-mail: 
A Tender Touch and a Shade of Blue is a brand new blog devoted to new and professional poets and writers. It is open to submissions. The Editor is international poet and author: Michael Lee Johnson. He is looking for: short poetry including haiku and tanka, flash fiction, short non-fiction with a social or political message (ie inadequate health coverage for 54 million Americans), good short stories. http://atendertouch.blogspot.com/ Email submissions to: promomanusa@gmail.com

Submit your poetry here find good books 4 sale:  Sam The Journal & original plus 17 High Street Maryport Cumbria CA15 6BQ UK



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Birds By My Window: Willow Tree Poems

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Send all submissions to: promomanusa@gmail.com

I'm looking for: short poetry including haiku and tanka, flash fiction, short non-fiction with a social or political message (ie inadequate health coverage for 54 million Americans), good short stories.