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How to send in your words

You can send a your words, prose, verse or poem to editor@organisationalpoetry.co.uk  This is not a live link as they attracts unwanted spam into our system. You just need to cut and past the address into your email.

We can extract your words from the email or you might like to enclose a text file (for example, a Word document) to ensure the formatting is maintained. You could also send an audio file or a video file of you or anyone else reading, if you wish.

As you can see we like to put an image with your words on the home page so please do enclose one you would like to put with them. Alternatively you can leave to us to select one.

The words, prose, verse or poem can be published anonymously or with your name attached, with picture or without. Just tell us in the email which you prefer.

When it come to thinking ‘so what are ‘words about work’ or what is ‘organisational poetry’, here are a few words that might help.

Who can be a author 

Anyone
Anywhere
Any language

Your words, prose, verse or poem can be about

What makes you
… happy about your work?
What makes you
… sad about your work?
How you feel
What you see
What you hear
What you touch
What you smell
What you taste

Your boss
Your manager
Your staff
Your customers
Your suppliers

Your work
Your job
Your profession

Their work
Their job
Their profession

This job
That job
Current job
Old job
Future job
No job

This firm
That firm
All firms
No firms
Public sector
Private sector
UK
Overseas

Your contribution can be 

Long
Short
Fat
Thin
Objective
Subjective
Fact
A ring of truth
Fiction
Poignant or fun, or both
Serious or sad, or both
Rhyming or prose

Alternatives to work

Appointment
Career
Position
Post
Profession
Situation
Trade
Calling
Livelihood
Occupation
Posting
Vocation
Work
Duty
Employment
Role
Avocation

… We’re happy with any and all of these.

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