New Poems out via The Traveling Poet

I’m always happy to tell everyone about new poetry that’s out, and today is one of those really gratitude-inducing days.

Check out The Traveling Poet, headed by the creative genius Jeremiah Walton. I really like how two of the main themes of this blogzine is travel and youth, a topic that coincides perfectly with my own poetry. If you’d like to have a read now, simply click on the links below:

“To Bournemouth”

“Indefinite Leave”


I really like the titles of each of these blog posts. It’s as if they’re responses for the poems’ messages. Cool!

Fun fact: Mr Walton actually helped edit the first poem and shape it the way it is on the website now, so a thousand thanks to you, sir! He did it as part of a perk for their traveling bookstore Books and Shovels. Give them a visit, they’d love to meet you!

The Traveling Poet has been around for a couple of years now and it’s just started accepting submissions for both written and visual arts again, so if you’ve been cooking up something good over there, go ahead and submit to the Traveling Poet as soon as possible. Your art may be just what they’re looking for.

Submission Guidelines:

Happy writing, happy traveling!

PS. Thank you to all who have liked them so far on WordPress! You guys are awesome!

– Troy

Published by troycabida

Troy Cabida (he/him) is a Filipino poet and producer based in south west London. His recent poems have appeared in TAYO Literary Magazine, harana poetry, MacMillan and bath magg. He is a producer for London open mic night Poetry and Shaah and co-founder of Liwayway Kolektibo, an arts and culture network providing space for UK-based Filipino/a/x creatives. His debut pamphlet, War Dove, was published by Bad Betty Press in 2020. Photo taken by Ray Roberts.

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