Welcome!

[Read a recent interview with Marissa to learn more about her work as a poet.]

Marissa Glover shares her thoughts more than necessary, which she considers a form of charitable giving. If it counted as a tax deduction, she’d be rich.

An editor and writer for various companies since 1999, Marissa now teaches writing at Saint Leo University and serves as an editor at The Lascaux Review.

Marissa is also the founder and host of Friday Night Open Mic (follow on Twitter and subscribe to our YouTube channel), a local community event for anyone who wants to add beauty to the world. Performers (song, dance, instrument, stand-up comedy, poetry, storytelling…) interested in taking the stage should email Marissa at contactFNOM@gmail.com.

A proud graduate of Mercer University and the University of South Florida, Marissa does freelance work when time allows; clients interested in hiring her as a copywriter, content writer, proofreader, or editor can email her at marissaglover@outlook.com.

This site is intended as a place for Marissa to keep track of her published work and for readers to find more of her writing.  Her work has appeared in assorted print and online journals, books, and websites,* but her best work has always been on her parents’ refrigerator.

*An abbreviated list of where you can find Marissa Glover’s work: The Lascaux Review, Barren MagazineStoneboat Literary Journal, Gyroscope Review, After the Pause, War, Literature & the Arts, Easy Street, The Mythic Circle, The New Verse News, Picaroon Poetry, Amaryllis, Muddy River Poetry Review, Helen: A Literary Magazine, The Opiate, Ink, Sweat and Tears, Unbroken Journal, Anti-Heroin Chic, Collective Unrest, Bonnie’s Crew, Autumn Sky Poetry Daily, Silent Screams Anthology, The Cabinet of Heed, The Furious Gazelle, Aethlon: The Journal of Sport Literature, Poetry24, Clear Poetry, Eunoia Review, Rose Quartz Journal, I Am Not a Silent Poet, What Rough Beast, Plum Tree Tavern, Four Ties Lit Review, Stanza’s Solstice Sounds, Strange Poetry, Lipstick Party Magazine, Rat’s Ass Review

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