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BlogNostics is an independent online literary community dedicated to publishing the worlds best emerging contemporary Poets, Writers, and Artists. We are passionate about bringing your works to the largest possible audience.
Blognostics is an independent literary organization committed to poetry, creative writing and art. We are dedicated to bringing you unique possibilities through interactive publishing and new dimensions of writing and art. We work closely with contemporary writers, poets and artists to deliver to our readers a novel and stimulating user experience.
We endeavor to set a different standard for presentation in the poetry community by bringing you content in a way that is compelling, powerful, and dynamic in a medium that appeals to the eye as well as the mind. BlogNostics and our dedicated staff and editors pride ourselves in discovering new writers and celebrating the best new writing and poetry. We show the world what you do.
BlogNostics will be incorporating multimedia publishing, allowing us to do interactive content with eBooks, spoken word, video and slideshow formats on iPads, Android and Windows Tablets, and Kindle Fire Devices. This opens up multiple ways for our artists to express, and compelling media for our audience to absorb the experience.
Please consider joining BlogNostics for a suggested minimum donation of $25.00 or more. The more you donate, the more quickly we can grow BlogNostics, implement new media features, and keep it current, timely, and advertising free. Your donation helps BlogNostics flourish so we can continue doing our very best for you.
Our Featured Poet
Craig Kurtz has vexed aesthetic circles since the 1981 release of The Philosophic Collage. Recent work appears in Clare Literary Journal, The Criterion: An International Journal in English, Hessler Street Fair Poetry Anthology (2015), Danse Macabre, Fish Food, Penumbra, Poetry Quarterly, Red Fez, The Road Not Taken: A Journal of Formal Poetry, Sediments Literary-Arts Journal, TMJ Magazine and Wilderness House Literary Review.