How to Get Your Poetry Published: A Guide Inspired by Advocate of Wordz and

This post is sponsored by Capicu Culture, Daily Sofrito’s sister project.

Poetry, an art form as ancient as language itself, continues to evolve and thrive in our digital age. For poets looking to share their work and connect with a community, I want to showcase Advocate of Wordz’s As an award-winning writer, performer, teacher, director, and producer with almost 20 years of experience across theater, film, television, and animation, Maldonado brings a wealth of expertise to this endeavor., a new poetic forum inspired by Erik Maldonado aka Advocate of Wordz’s extensive experience, offers a unique opportunity for poets in the digital age. By joining this community, you can enhance your skills, connect with like-minded individuals, and take a significant step towards getting your poetry published. Embrace this platform as your creative laboratory, and let your poetic journey flourish.

What I love about WellWorded is that it takes it back to the late 90’s and early 2K when most interactive websites were forums before blogs became a thing.

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Understanding the Landscape

The poetry landscape is vast and varied. From traditional publishing to online forums, there are myriad avenues for poets to explore. Advocate’s work, which has been featured in outlets like the LA Times, PBS, and international film festivals, exemplifies the diverse opportunities available to poets today. He has driven digital initiatives for one of the legacy venues in NYC, paving the way for innovation.

Embracing stands out as an interactive online forum dedicated to contemporary writers. It’s more than just a platform; it’s a community where poets can:

  1. Engage in Discussions: The site provides a space for ongoing conversations about poetry, allowing for deeper engagement than what’s typically possible on social media or at one-off events.
  2. Workshop and Improve: Whether you’re a casual writer or aspiring to make poetry your career, offers a supportive environment to refine your craft.
  3. Showcase Your Work: The website allows you to share your poems and stories, receive feedback, and learn from fellow writers.

Getting Involved

Here’s how you can make the most out of

  1. Become a Member: Registration is free. Once you’re a member, you can start sharing your work immediately.
  2. Engage Mindfully: Dedicate time to your craft, whether it’s 30 minutes a month or 10 hours a week. Make the most of your time on the site by being actively involved.
  3. Participate in the Community: Share your journey, comment on others’ work, and engage in discussions. Remember, writing is not just about putting words on paper; it’s about being part of a community.

Tips for Success

  • Be Consistent: Regularly sharing and engaging with others’ work can help build your presence in the community.
  • Seek Feedback: Constructive criticism is invaluable. Be open to it and use it to grow as a writer.
  • Stay Authentic: Write what resonates with you. Authenticity is key to creating impactful poetry.

Once you become an active participant of this can serve as a launch pad to contribute to poetry sites, journals and open mics locally in your community as well as globally on other digital platforms.

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Disclaimer, Erik is a friend and supporter of both DailySofrito and Capicu Culture for many years now so I may be a little biased as I actually am a fan of his work, so naturally I was excited to see him venture into creating a new platform for poets.