About

 

The blue hour is the period of twilight each morning and evening where we move from day to night. There is neither full daylight nor complete darkness. This time is considered special because of its unique quality of light.

We started this magazine because we are both poets and had spent many hours researching possible places to publish. When one magazine on the list closed due to the editor having a full time job and life etc. we decided to take matters into our own hands.

The purpose of this magazine is to provide a place where artists and writers can gather, read and see each other’s work and allow their work to be found by others. It is also a place where we can publish valuable art and put it out into the world. There are very few things greater than finding some new talent who doesn’t yet know they are good. We provide affirmation for artists.

So if you are interested in art, are an aspiring artist, or just enjoying seeing the world the way someone else does, then please come on in and enjoy.

We welcome submissions of all kinds. Please see the submissions tab above for guidelines and feel free to email us at bluehourmagazine@gmail.com with any questions.

25 thoughts on “About

  1. Pingback: Poem published in “the blue hour” | Allison Grayhurst

  2. Good eye for poetry. I wrote something called “Blue Time” last year which has to do with the name you chose. And I often refer to this time in writing. My girlfriend and I say that we fell in love during this time. Happy to come across this and I shall return.

  3. Hello ~

    I have really enjoyed reading your online magazine, and think both the poetry and prose featured are superb! It is wonderful you are showcasing this kind of talent and allowing poets, writers, and artists the opportunity to be seen by each other, as well as a larger readership. I see you have already been nominated for a blogger award, and I would like to also nominate you, and the “The Blue Hour” online magazine, for the “Very Inspiring Blogger Award.” The details associated with the nomination are at http://arabianmusings.wordpress.com/blogging-awards/ . I look forward to reading more!

    Michele

  4. Marvelous idea for a blog!
    I never considered myself to be too good of a poet, but lately I’ve been writing more and more… and now I even have the idea of submitting some of my humble poetry to your blog – because you give me the courage :)

  5. Only for Mike I would never have known – my gast is flabbered – looking forward to following along with the many others and enjoying the fare – will be in touch.
    Chris.

  6. I am nominating you for The One Lovely Blog Award/The Very Inspiring Blogger Award.
    Here are the rules.
    (1) Thank the person who nominated you.
    (2) Add The One Lovely Blog Award/The Very Inspiring Blogger Award to your post.
    (3) Share 7 things about yourself.
    (4) Pass the awards on to 10 nominees.
    (5) Include this set of rules.
    (6) Inform your nominees by posting a comment on their blogs.

    Congratulations.

  7. Thanks for following my blog but more to the point thanks for making me aware of yours. Reading it has been truly pleasurable. Your taste and style are much to my liking. I’ll be sure to make my friends aware of you.

  8. I really enjoy the comments and material submitted, including two of my poems. Thank you. Writing poetry, to me, is similar to a large pair of eyes—watching, observing then serving up the menu, in our own creative way. Writing is not only fun, but something I must do. Blessings to all, from Nova Scotia, Canada..

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