Month: April 2018

Email update

Greetings Bozeman Poets.

It has come to our attention that email submissions for art are bouncing. This was due (I think) to not enough space in the email inbox to receive large emails with images. This has (hopefully) been fixed. If you have submitted for Ekphrasis and had your email returned, please try again. If the bouncing continues, please let us know either in a comment to this post, messenger, or send an email (without images attached) to

Thank you and we apologize for any inconvenience!

See you at the mic!


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Call for Submissions for upcoming show

The BPC is currently accepting submissions for Art and Poetry for a live art show in partnership with Verge Theater.

If you are a painter, sculptor, jewelry maker, or creator of any form of visual art and would like to have your work exhibited in a live show, please do so by emailing Please include a brief bio and up to 10 photos of the pieces you wish to exhibit. If accepted, your photos will be displayed on the BPC’s website.

If you are a poet/writer and would like to participate, select up to five of your favorite pieces from the website (check back often as the list will be updated as art submissions come in), and write a poem about each one.

The deadline for art submissions is Friday, June 9th.

The deadline for Poetry Submissions is Friday, July 27th.

Please direct questions to or to BPC via messenger.

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Website Update

Greetings Poetry Community! As you know, we’ve been working on rebuilding our website. In the middle of doing so, some stuff became discombobulated, and the new site broke. We are back up with a new new site, however and we should be good to go. Please feel free to report any issues you may experience while visiting us on the web at

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The Bozeman Poetry Collective is an active community of writers and spoken word poets working in the Gallatin Valley.

The Collective was founded in August of 2013 and meets twice monthly at the The Country Bookshelf and Townshend’s Bozeman Teahouse for open mic readings. Poets and enthusiasts of all disciplines and levels of experience come to our events from around the state to enjoy an open and relaxed atmosphere and to become inspired by a talented and diverse spectrum of local artists.

See you at the mic!

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