It's not easy, but you can increase your chances by being informed. Check out these handy resources put together by the Writer's Union of Canada.
Coyotes and River Nymphs
What do you do if you find a woman living in the woods at the end of your street? Ten year-old Eleanora has a dilemma.
"Coyotes and River Nymphs" is now published in the 2014 The Fieldstone Review. You can read it and the rest of this year's Fieldstone online here.
Bloomsday is a celebration of James Joyce's Ulysses, the events of which took place on June 16. Check out this collection of found poetry created from excerpts of Ulysses. You can read this issue of The Found Poetry Review for free - nice, huh?
Did You Recognize Me?
In January, my poem "Do You Recognize Me Without My Tomahawk" won Geist Magazine's Erasure Poetry Contest and it's online here.
The Contest is called "erasure" not because that's an edgy pomo word (as one of my friends imagined) but because contestants have to create their poetry by eliminating words from an assigned text. The leftover words become the poem.