Writing prompt for tinywords 19.1

Marigny Vernacular by Jay Sterling Austin

With Joanne E. Miller’s poem “every love story” tinywords 18.2 also has ended. Thank you to all our subscribers and readers for dropping by.

It’s time now to begin again. Our new submission period began as scheduled on February 1, 2019 and will continue throughout the entire month. Regular submissions should be sent via our Submit page.

We will not be publishing daily poems while we prepare the next issue.

To keep things lively while we work on the new issue, we present this street of colorful houses titled “Marigny Vernacular” by Jay Sterling Austin as our new writing prompt. The Marigny is a neighborhood in New Orleans, Louisiana. Even in the depths of winter, NOLA is a vibrant and colorful city that has inspired generations of  writers and engendered many city nicknames.

Your writing prompt challenge is to pen a tiny original poem or two in response to this glimpse of The Big Easy. Leave your best efforts in the comment box below and the tinywords editorial team will share the best of the best in tinywords 19.1, which is due out in late March.

Keep in mind, we will continue to accept regular submissions for the next issue (issue 19.1) through the end of February at our Submit page.

Thanks for dropping by and for sharing your poems.