Jamie Sue, from The Barefoot Review, made contact and asked us to share the following post. Happy to do so…
What is it?
The Barefoot Review is a new publication. We welcome submissions of poetry or short prose from people who have or have had physical difficulties in their lives, from cancer to seizures, Alzheimer’s to Lupus. It is also for caretakers, families, significant others and friends to write about their experiences and relationship to the person.
What’s the Purpose?
Writing can be a tremendous source of healing and allow difficult feelings and ideas to be expressed. Unfortunately, every piece submitted can’t be published, however every piece is important. The process of writing, verbalizing feelings that may be subconscious or unexpressed is more important than the acknowledgment of publication.
We hope sharing this work online will help people facing similar difficulties find inspiration in the words of others.
What’s in a Name?
The Barefoot Review is named to evoke several meanings: baring your soul and expressing naked feelings. Bare feet ground you, give you balance, and connect you to the Earth. The review is here from a desire to help others.
The review is here, there and everywhere —www.barefootreview.com
Please be sure to read the submissions guidelines before sending us your work.
Question, compliment or complaint?