I got my first acceptance on the 18th, from Crab Creek Review. I'm pretty excited because a) it's my first acceptance (duh!) and b) they've published some amazing poets over the years, and I'm glad that I'm going to be a part of their next issue.
I guess this is what happens when you write write write like crazy for one month and then break out of that habit: you can't write a single darned thing afterwards. (No, actually, I've written three poems in May, but two of them are junk. Like in-the-trash-and-I'm-never-gonna-see-you-again junk.)
I'm wondering if I should set up my own poem-a-day challenge for myself just for, say, a week. I really need some new material to work with and submit, because journals won't accept my NPWM poems (previously published and all that). NaPoWriMo was fun and I did it mainly for the experience and to prep for next year, when I won't be publishing my April poems online.
If you know of any good poetry-prompt sites, I'd love to know. I use Read Write Poem already, and I pull inspiration from the online journals ouroboros review and qarrtsiluni, but if there are any places that you've found particularly helpful, do share them.