The best online poetry magazines are filled with interesting writers and stories.
But none of them offer as much content as the online anthology The Internet Poetry Book Review.
The title is an exaggeration: The anthology is a compilation of nearly 300 reviews written by more than 30 authors in the field of internet poetry.
It is also full of insightful essays and stories, which should serve as a useful resource for anyone who wants to learn more about the art and craft of internet poets.
The online book is available in print and electronic formats.
(For a print edition, click here.)
This anthology is not only a fascinating look at the writing process, but it also provides some great advice for aspiring and professional internet poets and writers.
You can read an excerpt from one of the essays here.
If you’re interested in becoming a better internet poet, you can also learn about the many opportunities for writers in the industry, including a free workshop.
The best way to get a taste of what’s out there is to check out this compilation of reviews, which is well worth a look.
I am currently writing an essay for this anthology, which I hope to share with you soon.
And if you’re looking for some tips on writing an online essay, I’d love to hear them.
What’s the best online anthology?
This is a difficult question.
To help you make an informed decision, I’ve included a list of the most recommended and well-respected online anthologies.
For more information about the anthologies, click on the links below: Anthologies by author: The Online Poetry Review, The Internet Book Review, Poetry Magazine, The Poetry Reader, Poetic Poetry, The World of Poetry , The World’s Best Online Poets, The Best Online Authors Anthology, Poems of the Internet, Poets of the World, The Digital Poetry Journal , The Poetic Writer’s Anthology , The Online Journal, The Online Writers Anthology