Catherine Chambers received her degree in poetry from Goddard College's low-residency BFA program in Vermont. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in femrag lit mag, Gulf Stream Literary Magazine, The Indianola Review, Third Point Press, and the single best summer of her life was spent at the Tin House Summer Workshop. Catherine lives in New York City with her dog, Bob Dylan, where she teaches fitness.

Poets Resist

Poets Resist is a current events poetry series, edited by Catherine Chambers, published by Glass Poetry Press as part of Glass: A Journal of Poetry. We are looking for poems that reflect the immediacy of the world around us. We are looking for poems that are targeted, and unafraid. We are looking for poems that actively resist by condemning horrors and by celebrating collective strength. Engage. Write. Resist. Poets Resist is published on a rolling basis as accepted submissions are received. Accepted poems will be archived on the Glass website and added to the Glass Extras section of the following issue of Glass. If your work is accepted, we request First North American serial rights as well as the right to archive your work on our website and to use your work, with credit given to you as the author, for promotional purposes. Otherwise, upon publication, all rights revert back to the author under the condition that you will credit Glass: A Journal of Poetry (Poets Resist) as the original publisher should your work be reprinted. Our mission is to engage with the wider literary community. To do this, we are committed to publishing a variety of new, emerging and established voices. Further, we are committed to inclusion and equity in publishing. We highly encourage submissions from underrepresented & marginalized voices. Further, due to the timeliness of the Resist series, we are particularly interested in work from members of those communities affected by the events. To submit, please follow these guidelines: • All submissions should be addressed to the Poets Resist editor, Catherine Chambers, and sent to resist@glass-poetry.com. You will want to add this email to your safe email list to ensure you receive our response. • The subject of your email should read "[Your Name]: Resist Submission" (please replace "Your Name" with your name). • Include a brief, professional cover letter in the body of the email and a brief, third person bio as a doc or docx attachment. If you have a website and/or a twitter account, please include this info in the cover letter as well. • Please submit 1 poem at a time and please wait to submit again until after we have responded to your original submission. Please attach this as a doc or docx file separate from the third person bio. • We also request that you attach an author photo to run with your poem, should it be accepted. • Simultaneous submissions are accepted (and encouraged). If your work is accepted elsewhere, please send an email to resist@glass-poetry.com with the subject line “[Your Name]: Withdrawal” to let us know. • Previously published work is not accepted. This includes, but is not limited to, work posted on social media and personal websites and blogs. Please note that these guidelines exist to expedite the publication process and failure to adhere to them may result in your submission being declined unread. Unfortunately, we are unable to pay you for your poems other than through publication and our gratitude. Response times may vary. We hope to reply within eight weeks. If you have not received a response to your submission within four months, please send us an email to resist@glass-poetry.com. Upon acceptance, the Glass team will publish your poem as quickly as our schedule allows. However, we are working poets and editors and we also have day jobs so we do ask that you please be patient and know that your work will be published in a timely manner. If, after your work is accepted, you have any questions about the publication schedule, please address those to Glass Poetry Press editor-in-chief, Anthony Frame, who you can contact at editor@glass-poetry.com.