Do you have a poetry e-book? Would you like to have it reach a wider audience? Would you be willing to give away some copies? Well, Poetry Super Highway has a deal for you!

The 14th Annual Great Poetry E-Book Free-For-All will allow anyone anywhere to download, for free, as many poetry e-books as they like. It’s free for poets, too. Simply complete the submission form and upload your PDF e-book during the month of November. Then, on December 1, a special site will open for 24 hours and your poetry will go planetary.

Read the guidelines and find the submission link here.


poetry book exchange

February 9, 2017

Poetry Super Highway

Poetry Super Highway is at it again. This time Rick Lupert is coordinating a free exchange of poetry publications amongst poets worldwide.

It’s not a contest. There are no judges, entry fees, winners, or losers.

Last year 85 poets participated, sending their own book and receiving another poet’s book in exchange. Sign up in February, and in March, PSH will randomly assign books to each participant and email the name and address of the person you are supposed to send your book to. NOTE: as the Great Poetry Exchange is open to everyone on planet Earth, it’s possible that you will be required to send your book to someone outside of your own country which will, of course cost you more in postage than it would to send it domestically.

You can find the full details, the sign-up form and a list of books pledged so far on the Poetry Super Highway Great Poetry Exchange page.

want more e-book readers?

November 14, 2016

Poetry Super Highway

If you have written an e-book and you want to expand your audience, this post is for you.

Poetry Super Highway (PSH), whose mission “is to expose as many people to as many other people’s poetry as possible” has an annual Great Poetry E-Book Free-For-All. It’s pretty simple: submit your e-book to PSH during the month of November, then, on December 1, for a 24-hour period, a special website will go live with links to all of the e-books, downloadable, free.

Go to the Great Poetry E-Book Free-For-All page to read the details and the guidelines, have a look at titles/authors/descriptions for some of the e-books already submitted, and find a link to the submission form.

Write a compelling description. Submit your e-book. Your audience is waiting.

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