UPDATE, MARCH 2022: Poems begun during 30/30 have been accepted by Streetcake Magazine and Anthropocene Poetry (forthcoming)
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Dear friend of poetry,
Dear friend of mine,
If you are able, please support my poetry adventure with a few dollars or euros.
Here's the scoop: I am drafting thirty poems in thirty days (November 1-30, 2021). You can follow along on the Tupelo Press website: https://t1p.de/Tupelo3030
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To give donors a peek behind the scenes, I will send "poetry updates" on November 9 and 19. Donors can also look forward to a small digital gift (plus update) on November 30.
Born and raised in Michigan, Moira Walsh makes her home in southern Germany and translates for a living. Her poetry can be found in Bennington Review, Denver Quarterly, Ethel, Poetry Northwest, Storm Cellar and elsewhere. Moira was the 2021 Anne-Marie Oomen Literary Fellow at Poetry Forge, and a Thomas Lux Scholar at the 2021 Palm Beach Poetry Festival. She has no university degree. Read more at linktr.ee/moira_walsh
The 30/30 Project is an extraordinary challenge and fundraiser for Tupelo Press, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) literary press. Each month, volunteer poets complete the equivalent of a “poetry marathon”, writing 30 poems in 30 days, while the rest of us “sponsor” and encourage them every step of the way.