WTF: A new publication
from Rattlesnake Press
A free 30-page quarterly
—for adults only—
edited by frank andrick!
WTF is intended to showcase the talents of the readers at Poetry
Unplugged at Luna’s Café, the long-running Thursday night poetry
series but everyone (over 18) is invited to submit.
To submit poetry, art, photos, or prose pieces, here are the
—three poems, each one no longer
than a single 8.5X11” page
—prose pieces: 500 words or less; smallish art and photos, too
—name/info on every page; must be 18 or older to submit
—no bio/cover letter/simultaneous submissions
—don’t send originals; include SASE if you want your work back
—new work only; no previously-published work, please
(We want to be new and re-invent the page every time we go
email@example.com (attachments preferred; put WTF
Be sure to stop by The Book Collector to pick up your free
copy of Rattlesnake Press's latest spawn, WTF, or order
it at the bottom of this page. WTF #1 features 22 poets,
artists and photogs from Poetry Unplugged, the long-running
reading series at Luna’s Café, 1414 16th St., Sacramento.
What's the difference between Rattlesnake Review and WTF?
The over-18 thing should give you a clue. Its material tends to
be more X-rated, for one thing. Plus, Rattlesnake Review
is big and fat, has articles and other features, and represents
a wide variety of styles and genres. WTF is leaner
(smaller), meaner, and more geared to the "Luna's voice", if
there is such a thing. (If you ever go to Poetry Unplugged on
Thursday nights at Luna's Cafe, you'll see what we mean.) If
you're over 18, though, you're welcome to submit to either one.
You might also go to the SnakeRings
SpiralChaps page and order La Luna: Poetry Unplugged at
Luna’s Café, our Luna’s anthology that was published in 2008
which features over 100 pages of poetry and artwork from 13
years of Poetry Unplugged. Click on
frank andrick’s page for more info about frank, La Luna,
Art Luna, and Luna’s Café.
WTF Deadlines are Jan. 15, Apr. 15, July 15, and
Oct. 15. Each issue is released at Luna’s on the
third Thursday of the month after its deadline.