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Poetry Magazines in the USA


13thMoon Dept. of English, HU 378
SUNY at Albany
Albany, NY 12222
Phone: 518 442-5593

A feminist literary magazine. E-mail: moon13@albany.edu
Website: www.albany.edu/13thMoon
(26205)

FOUR AM POETRY REVIEW

Mail subs to:  Four AM Poetry Review,
11012 Fruitland Dr., #3, Studio City
CA 91604-3506, USA. 

Email subs to:
fourampoetryreview@gmail.com.

On Hiatus  . (17505)

ABACUS P O Box 40664, Tuscon AZ 85717.

Newsletter of Potes and Poets Press. Contact: Dan Featherston

acappella zoo

A  print journal & ezine of magical realist & experimental writing.

African American Review

 is $40 for individuals ($55 international) and $80 for institutions ($95 international). The two-year discounted subscription rate is $71 for individuals ($90 international).  Literary Magazine.

AGNI c/o Boston University, Creative Writing, PO Box 15716, Boston MA 02215-9779 USA. Tel: (617) 353-5389

Subscriptions are $18 per year (2 issues) $36 for two years, $54 for three years (International addresses add $4 per year).

Alaska Quarterly Review

One of America's premier literary magazines and a source of powerful, new voices. It is published twice a year by the University of Alaska Anchorage, Literary magazine rather than poetry.

Alligator Juniper

The magazine of Prescott College, Tucson.

Alphabet City

Reported no longer publishing (13th November 2003)

 

 

American Dissident 1837 Main St. Concord, MA 01742.
Editor: G. Tod Slone

Bi-annual radical journal seeking submissions of poetry, essays, whistleblower testimonial, book reviews and cartoons and sketches.
Subscriptions: $14/year (2 issues); copies $7 each

AMP Arts PO Box 12355 Austin, TX 78711

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Angelic Dynamo A quality print magazine with a twist.  You first of all get your poems published at their website and those sellected by readers are published in the magazine.

Antipodes Department of English, PO Box 299, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY USA 12602.
Editor: Paul Kane

US journal of Australian writing, prestigious. Pays.

Angle, PO Box 220027, Brooklyn, NY 11222-0027

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Artichoke Haircut
Website:
www.artichokehaircut.com

Editors: Adam Shutz, Melissa Streat, Justin Sanders, Jonathan Gavazzi, Saralyn Lyons
Address: P.O. Box 22541, Baltimore, MD 21203
 

Submissions: We are interested in fiction, poetry, visual arts, and some memoir (though we tend to publish very little). If you are wondering what we are looking for, my advice would be to pick up a copy of the magazine (www.artichokehaircut.com/Store.html) or visit our website. Please send all submissions to: submit@artichokehairsut.com making sure to include contact info in the body of the email, and the type of submission (i.e. poetry, fiction, etc.) in the subject line. Please no cover letters. We are only interested in your work, not what you have done.

Submit link: http://www.artichokehaircut.com/Submit.html
 

Atlanta Review PO Box 8248 Atlanta GA 31106 USA
Editor: Daniel Veach

Subscription $10. Single issue $5.00

The Aurorean - Poetry Magazine

Email: info@encirclepub.com
Encircle Publications, LLC
P. O. Box 187
Farmington, ME 04938
(207) 778-0467

The Aurorean is an esteemed New England poetry journal published continuously since 1995.

AziMuth Lacuna Arts, 405 Edgewood Ave., New Haven CT 06511
contact: Richard Reeve, phone: (203)752-1878

$10 per year. Single copies and back issues $7 a copy

Baker Street. Minotaur Press, 4026 Midvale Ave., Oakland, CA 94602.
Contact: Jim Watson-Gove. Phone: 510 531-7384

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Barrow Street Poetry Journal

Barrow Street Inc.
PO Box 1831
New York, NY 10156

No email subs - website http://www.barrowstreet.org/   (506)

Bayou Review University of Houston Downtown, One Main Street, Room 250-S, Houston, Texas 77002

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Bellevue Literary Review, NYU School of Medicine, 550 First Avenue, NY, NY 10016
Editor: Danielle Ofri,
info@BLReview.org

National literary journal that seeks original poetry and prose that touch upon relationships to the human body, illness, health, and healing. Full guidelines at www.BLReview.org
Subscriptions: $12 per year. Single issue or back issue $7.

Black Warrior Review
P.O. Box 862936
Tuscaloosa, AL 35486-0027

Black Warrior Review pays a one-year subscription, and up to $150 for prose and $75 for poems, depending on availability of funds.

E-mail <bwr@ua.edu> for queries only. (506)

Both P.O. Box 658, Allston MA
Editor: Michael Brodeur
editor@bothmagazine.com

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Brooklyn Review
English Department
Brooklyn College
2900 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11210
 

Brooklyn Review is published annually at Brooklyn College of the City
University of New York. The editors invite submissions of poetry, fiction, theater and visual art from September 1st to December 1st. All submissions must include a SASE and cover letter;  include a short bio, name, address, email address and a phone number. Do not include your name on the submitted work..

GENRE SPECIFIC GUIDELINES
Poetry: 3 to 5 poems (no epics please).
Theater or Fiction: 15-20 pages, double spaced, on 8 1/2 x 11 sheets, in
a 12 pt font and printed on one side of the page only.
Visual Arts: Please include an electronic file for consideration.   (111204)

Burnside Review
P.O. Box 1782
Portland OR 97207

Send 3 to 5 poems, a brief bio and a self-addressed stamped envelope.

The Caffeine Addict PO Box 64534, Rochester, NY 14624 CaffeineAd@hotmail.com

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Caketrain

174 Carriage Drive
North Huntingdon, PA 15642 

Please submit up to seven poems (single-spaced), works of fiction or creative non-fiction (double-spaced), works of visual art, or any combination therein, the postal address or
caketrainjournal@hotmail.com

(attached MS-Word documents preferred over pasted-in-the-body for text, 300+ dpi .jpg or .pdf preferred for visuals)  (506)

The Cartier Street Review

see website for details

Poetry Editor Joy Leftow

The Catbird Seat PO Box 506 Tolland, CT USA 06084-0506
Nancy Purnell, Ed.

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Catalytic c/o Randy Prunty, 1221 Sheppard Dr., Lilburn, GA 30047 email: ranprunty@aol.com

Magazine of poetry, poetics, and visual art.

Cauchemar

No longer published

Chattahoochee Review 2101 Womack Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338
Editor: Lawrence Hetrick

(ISSN 0741-9155). Published four times a year by Georgia Perimeter College, Jacquelyn M. Belcher, President. Subscriptions: $16.00 per year, $30.00 for two years, $6.00 per copy

Clark Street Review PO Box 1377 Berthoud, CO 80513

National bi-monthly small literary magazine, invites submissions of narrative poetry and short stories by previously published poets and writers. Focus is more on communicable content that is interesting, entertaining and informative than on literature.
Please use these guidelines; (Send only disposable manuscripts)
Poetry: Narrative poems only - Any reasonable length - Maximum 65 Characters in width. Flush left. No limit on submissions. If it's good, it will be published. Previously published work acceptable.
Prose: Fiction and non-fiction. 1200 words maximum.
Enclose SASE for reply only. We use an optical scanner and require proofed sharp hard copies. (Sorry, no e-mail submissions).
Payment is one copy. You need not be a subscriber to be published.
Sample copy $2.00 4 issue subscription $5.00 10 issue subscription $10.00

Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art,
New York, / email 
info@columbiajournal.org

$10 issue, $15 years subscription (2 issues)
Publishes poetry, fiction, nonfiction and art, celebrates its 40th Issue
October 2004.
website 
www.columbia.edu/cu/arts/journal  Online submissions only to info@columbiajournal.org

Combo 31 Perrin Ave., Pawtucket, RI 02861.

USD3.00 (4-issue subscriptions, USD10.00). E-mail: mmagee@english.upenn.edu

The Comstock Review

Submission and Subscription Address

The Comstock Review

PO Box 368

East Syracuse, NY 13057-0368

 

Managing editor John M Bellinger

315 505-6660

antiambic99@hotmail.com

Asst. Managing Editor Peggy Flanders

315 488-8077

poetry@comstockreview.org

 

Our 23rd year of publication

Published twice annually, January and July

Full Color cover, approx 100 pages, perfect bound –

beautiful magazine

Regular Submissions Jan 1- March 15 – open reading period

(regular submissions read at no charge)

see website www.comstockreview.org

 

BE SURE TO SEE OUR WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS BEFORE SUBMITTING ANY  REGULAR SUBMISSIONS OR CONTEST ENTRIES.

IMPROPERLY SUBMITTED CONTEST WORK

WILL BE RETURNED

 

 

Subscriptions

            1 year (2 issues) $20.00

            2 years $36.00

            3 years $48.00

           

 

Contest

Muriel Craft Bailey Memorial Award

Submissions May 1 thru July 1 2009

2009 Judge Maxine Kumin

Top Prize $1000.00

$5.00 per poem submitted

see website for details and guidelines

 

Contest

Jessie Bryce Niles Chapbook Competition

(bi annual)

Submissions August 1st thru September 30th 2009

next contest in 2011

Judge Kathleen Bryce Niles

Top Prize $1000.00 and 50 author’s copies

$25.00 per chapbook submitted

see website for details and guidelines

 

CONCLAVE
http://www.conclavejournal.com/

Conclave is an annual print journal that focuses on character-driven writing in short stories, flash fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry,  and prose poems; we also print black and white photographs, and excerpts from plays: monologues, scenes, single acts, or one-act plays.

Conclave seeks writing that centers around well-crafted characters— complex and authentic: like Leopold Bloom, Huckleberry Finn, Anna  Karenina, Hamlet, Miss Havisham, Hannibal Lecter, Hester Prynne, and  others. Whether you love them or hate them, these characters are unforgettable and infuse their stories with life beyond the page. 
Those are the kinds of enduring characters we'd like to have populate the artfully crafted stories in Conclave.  International submissions are encouraged, but all submissions must be in English.

C O N T R O L L E D   B U R N
Kirtland Community College
Roscommon, MI 48653 USA

C O N T R O L L E D   B U R N  Subscriptions: 1 year / 2 Issues $9
Individual issues: $5  Back issues: $3.00

Send checks payable to Kirtland Community College

Cotyledon2519 Roland Rd. Huntsville, AL USA 35805
Georgette Perry, Ed.

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Crazyhorse
Department of English
College of Charleston
66 George St.
Charleston, SC 29424

Crazyhorse reads year-round and welcomes submissions of fiction, poetry, and non-fiction/essay. Please send up to 25 pages of prose or 3-5 poems. No email submissions.

Crowd Magazine 119 N. 11th St. #1A Brooklyn, NY 11211

Literary and visual arts journal - poetry, fiction, non-fiction, photography and fine art.

Drumvoices Revue Department of English, Box 1431, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, Edwardsville, IL 62026-1431. Phone: 618-650-3991. Fax: 618-650-3509

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Emotions Wings of Dawn Publishing Company 17216 Saticoy St. #370 Van Nuys, Ca 91406
Editor: Lupi Basil

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Epoch 251 Goldwin Smith, Cornell University, Ithaca NY 14853
Poetry Editor: Burl Barr

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Explosive Magazine 592 Henry Street, Apt. GF1, Brooklyn, NY 11231

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!factorial press Sawako Nakayasu, PO Box 153106 San Diego, CA 92195-3106.

Dedicated to publishing radical text-collaborations.

Facture, P.O. Box 337, Grass Valley, CA

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Fence 14 5th Avenue, 1A New York City, NY 10011 USA

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Fjords
an Arts and Literary Review
publishes bi-annually and accepts submissions and subscriptions online at www.fjordsreview.com   

Editor John Gosslee

Please publicize the following if possible:

Fjords is comprised of new cultural developments in art and literature. We maintain an open submission policy, which creates a diverse collection of regional and international works from different eras, movements, and languages. We publish film, literature and art book reviews alongside traditional creative work. Fjords is the first trade journal to publish some of its authors in a
strictly audio format because we recognize the need for literature to be heard as well as read. These works are found in the "recordings" portion of our website. Fjords is a full-color 60-80 page print magazine. We lookforward to reviewing your work.

Friction Magazine PO Box 32591, Kansas City, MO 64171

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Freehand  
PO Box 576
Berkeley, CA 94701

Editors:  Hugh Steinberg and Miles Durrance

Query first concerning electronic submissions at
freehandjournal@yahoo.com

Freehand is a journal devoted to handwritten work. interested in poetry and short prose, marginalia, drafts,letters, journal entries, work that is composed entirely in longhand, work drafted on unconventional materials (such as napkins, envelopes, postcards), mixtures of writing and print, and work that explores the interstices between writing and drawing.  We are deeply interested in issues of  legibility, the creative process, and the handmade vs. mechanical aspects of writing. 

Fulcrum 334 Harvard Street, Suite D-2, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA. Phone 617-864-7874.
Editors: Philip Nikolayev, Katia Kapovich E-mail
editor@fulcrumpoetry.com (queries only).

Annual of poetry and aesthetics.
Subscription rates in the U.S. are $12 per issue/year for individuals, $15 for institutions. Foreign subscriptions are $17 and $20 respectively. $5 discount for a three-year subscription.

Gargoyle Magazine Atticus Books, 2308 Mt Vernon Ave, Alexandria VA 22301 e-mail: atticus@atticusbooks.com
UK address: 152 Harringay Road, London N15 3HL. Phone: 020 8292-7350

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Generator, John Byrum, 3503 Virginia Ave, Cleveland OH 44109

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The Georgia Review The University of Georgia, Athens GA 30602-9009 USA

*http://garev.uga.edu/

The Hat c/o Edgar, 331 E 9th St Apt 1, New York NY 10003 USA
Editors: Jordan Davis and Chris Edgar

Published twice a year. One-year subscription: $12. Price per single issue: $7. Lifetime subscription: $1000. Make checks payable to Jordan Davis.

The Healing Muse
SUNY Upstate Medical University
Center for Bioethics and Humanities
618 Irving Ave.
Syracuse, New York 13210

We are a literary journal that accepts poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and visuals.   www.thehealingmuse.org

Hoot Mini Literary magazine on a postcard

The Hurrican Review
English/Communications Department
Pensacola Junior College
1000 College Blvd.
Pensacola, FL  32504

Hurricane Review website (20305)

Ink Pot

Closing in 2005

Kenning 418 Brown Street #10, Iowa City, Iowa 52245 USA

a newsletter of contemporary poetry poetics & nonfiction writing. $5.00 sample copy, $9.50 two-issue subscription. (checks payable to Patrick F. Durgin)

Kenyon Review

The Kenyon Review
Kenyon College
104 College Dr.
Gambier, OH 43022-9623

Phone: 740 427-5208

Fax: 740 427-5417

E-mail: kenyonreview@kenyon.edu

The mission of The Kenyon Review is to identify exceptionally talented emerging writers, especially from diverse communities, and publish their work (fiction, poetry, essays, interviews, reviews, etc.) alongside the many distinguished, established writers featured in its pages.

Lilith Magazine

To order a sample copy of Lilith, call 1-888-2-LILITH or visit
www.Lilith.org. Send poetry submissions to LILITH Magazine, 250 West 57 Street, Suite 2432,
New York NY 10107.

Local Knowledge PO Box 39, Cedar Knolls, New Jersey 07927

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LONE STARS Poetry Magazine
Milo Rosebud, Editor & Publisher
4219 Flinthill
San Antonio, TEXAS 78230 USA

More than 20 years of Contemporary Poets and their Poetry. Great Collections of the Conscience of Mankind. Poetry on Paper, from the Poets, the Lone Stars.

You are the faces of Poetry Today. Remember, we are empty pages without you; We are only as good as the poetry you give us. "Thank You" for your Support of Poetry.
Annual  "Light of the Stars" Poetry Contest, Annual  "SongBook" Lyric-Poetry Contest, Great "One-Liner" Contributions, "The Write Idea" Poet's Poem Prompt Program. 

LONE STARS is Published Thrice a Year. Copies are available at $6 ea. / Subscription  $20 (4 Issues). You can Order via PayPal: lonestarsmagazine@yahoo.com
For submission guidelines: email:   lonestarsmagazine@yahoo.com

Long Shot - Long Shot Productions, Inc., P.O. Box 6238, Hoboken, New Jersey 07030
Editor: Nancy Mercado. Publisher/Editor: Danny Shot

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LUMMOX magazine LUMMOX magazine will come out once a year, will be at least 100 pages long and will be an 8 X 10 inch, perfect bound, beast called LUMMOX. It will contain interviews, essays, articles, artwork, ads and poetry…lots of poetry. I’m aiming for a Nov. publication date.
Pre-publication deal of $20 (USA) & $30 (World) for the first issue. It will retail for $30 a year, plus shipping.
 http://www.lummoxpress.com

Lungfull! 316 23rd Street Brooklyn, NY 11215. Phone: 718.832.6681 (718-U-DAMN-U-1). Email: lungfull@rcn.com

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Main Street Rag  4416 Shea Lane, Charlotte, NC 28227  Phone 704-573-2516

See website for details - has breaks from submissions of poetry so please check.

Mantis c/o Department of English, Margaret Jacks Hall, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-2087

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the Marlboro Review, Inc.
P.O. Box 243
Marlboro, Vermont 05344
Ellen Dudley, editor and founder

 

The Massachusetts Review

Editorial Office: South College, University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA 01003
413-545-2689 Fax 413-577-0740
e-mail:
massrev@external.umass.edu

Published independently with the support and cooperation of Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke and Smith Colleges, and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst - Subscriptions: $25 annually (four issues)     Current issue: $9    Back issues: only $6 - http://www.massreview.org/    (315)

Mediumless Arts and Literary Journal

Submit work to s@mediumless.net

Mediumless Arts and Literary Journal is a four-color, 40-60 page work of art including original poetry, short stories, photography, artwork, and designs. We look forward to reviewing your work. Contributors receive one copy of the issue in which their appears.
We submit poems to the Pushcart Prize and Best New Poets each year.

All submissions should include a brief one-paragraph bio letter and contact information. Submit work to s@mediumless.net  

Short Stories - Please submit 1-3 complete stories of your best work. We do not accept previously published short stories unless the work was published in a small student publication and is unavailable elsewhere.

Poems - Please submit 3-6 original poems on separate pages. We occasionally reprint work, please note if the work has been previously published. Photography and Visual Work

 

Modern Haiku

Charles Trumbull
Editor, Modern Haiku
PO Box 7046
Evanston, IL  60204-7046

trumbullc@comcast.net
 

The oldest haiku publication outside Japan that is still publishing, Modern Haiku features haiku and senryu; haibun; essays on haiku history, criticism, and practice; and reviews.  (108)

Mother Earth International Journal 129 Cheda Lane, Novato, CA. 94947, U.S.A. Tel:(415) 898 - 1628

Editors/publishers: Herman Berlandt and Maureen Hurley

A non-profit journal presenting the poet's perspective on the current political and ecological global crisis.

Nebo English Dept., Arkansas Tech University, Russellville, AR 72801
Editor: Sharon Baker

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The Neovictorian/Cochlea P. O. Box 55164, Madison, WI 53705
Editor: Esther Cameron

Published twice a year. It is 8-1/2X11, saddle-stapled, magazine format, with two columns of poetry per page. Includes a wide range of styles. Subscriptions US$10.00 per two issues

New Delta Review Department of English , 214 Allen Hall, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803-5001

Editor in Chief: Nat Hardy
new-delta@lsu.edu

publishes a wide range of fiction, poetry, and interviews from new, up-and-coming, and established writers.
$7 per issue; a one-year subscription (two issues) is $12 (U.S. rates). International rates are $10 per issue; a one-year subscription (two issues) is $16. Back issues are $5 (U.S.) / $7 (international) each.

The New York Quarterly
P.O. Box 693
Old Chelsea Station
New York, NY 10113
 

Founded in 1969,  is 100% open submission and is not
allied with any academic program or school of thought. Reply generally
within 6 weeks, longer if further considered.  Subscription cost is $20

No: a journal of the arts 350 East 62nd St.

Launching early 2003. US$12.00/ issue; US$20.00/2 issues. International & institutions: US$15.00/issue. Checks payable to: Deb Klowden

NOMAD'S CHOIR POETRY JOURNAL, 

established in 1989

C/O Meander                                       

35-15 Hobart St. F4H

Woodside, N.Y. 11377    

Welcomes Email submissions:  jmofnc@aol.com                      

Publisher/ Editor:   Joshua Meander

Publishes free verse which is very crafted, and strives for timeless quality

No name-dropping of consumer products or famous people's names

no curse words or violence or hate related themes. Wants poems no longer than 30 lines

 

North of New Orleans

North of New Orleans - published irregularly, samples can be seen at the website.

Now Here Nowhere Gravity Presses, 27030 Havelock, Dearborn Heights, MI 48127-3639 U.S.A.

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nycBigCityLit.com Box 1141, Cathedral Sta NY 10025.
contact: Maureen Holm. Phone/fax: (212) 864-2823

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Off the Coast
PO Box 14
Robbinston, ME 04671
207-454-8026
poetrylane2@gmail.com
www.off-the-coast.com
Off the Coast a quarterly journal, publishes poetry of all styles and formats as well as black & white photography and artwork.
Send 1-3 poems pasted in the body of an e-mail preferred, postal submissions include an SASE with sufficient postage for return. Please include contact info and a brief bio.
For artwork and photography, send 3-6 images as jpg files. We also accept color art and photography for the cover.
Pay: contributor copy plus half off additional copies ($5 each)
Submission deadlines: March 15, June 15, September 15 and December 15.
Single issues $10, Subscription $35.

O'Hannigan's Way PMB 353, 711 North West Ave. El Dorado, AR 71730
phone: 870-862-3085 e-mail:
ohannigansway@altavista.net

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Paintbrush - A Journal of Poetry & Translation. Truman State University, Kirksville
Editor: Ben Bennani

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Pavement Saw Pavement Saw Press, PO Box 6291, Columbus, OH 43206

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phati'tude Literary Magazine

P.O. Box 4378

Grand Central Station

New York, NY 10163-4378

Gabrielle David, Editor-in-Chief

Jennifer-Crystal Johnson, Associate Editor

Karen Chau, Rebecca Kaye, Editors

editor@phatitude.org

phati’tude Literary Magazine established in 1997, is an award-winning, internationally-acclaimed magazine published quarterly (Spring Summer, Fall, Winter).. phati’tude focuses on, but is not exclusively devoted to, the work of writers of African, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, Arab and Asian descent in an aim to provide a forum for quality works of diverse voices from around the globe.  Publishes primarily themed-issues.  Check out submission guidelines at http://bit.ly/phatitude-submissions.

 

Pitchfork 2002-A Guadalupe #461, Austin, Texas 78705

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Plain Spoke

Plain Spoke c/o Amsterdam Press / 6199 Steubenville Road SE / Amsterdam, Ohio 43903. 

Email:  plainspoke@gmail.com,

Plain Spoke accepts submissions of poetry, short fiction, poetry book reviews, lists, and recipes.  Submission guidelines are available on our website at http://www.plainspoke.net.  We accept both electronic and print submissions.  Above all else, we value clarity.  Our magazine has a specific americana, plain-spoken flavor, but we will publish anything if we fall in love with it.  In terms of style and aesthetics, we love NPR.  We hate performance poetry. 

Ploughshares, Emerson College, 100 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02116-1596
Tel: (617) 824-8753 Fax: (617) 824-8991 E-mail:
pshares@emerson.edu

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Poesy P.O. Box 7823 Santa Cruz, CA 95061
Editor: Brian Morrisey -
info@poesy.org

Poesy's main concentration is Boston, MA and Santa Cruz, CA, two thriving homesteads for poets and artists. Eastern and western poets rarely collaborate on publications. Our goal is to unite the two scenes, updating poets on what's happening across the country.

Poetry 1030 North Clark Street, Suite 420 Chicago, Illinois 60610. (312) 787-7070

$30 for 12 monthly issues, two years $54 (add $8 per year outside USA)

Poetry Bone CEASED PUBLICATION

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Poet Lore  - The Writer's Center,
4508 Walsh Street,
Bethesda, MD 20815-6006

Established in 1889, Poet Lore is the oldest continuously published poetry magazine in the United States. Under the stewardship of its present publisher, The Writer's Center

The Poet's Guild 5836 North Haven Drive, North Highlands, CA 95660
G. Elton Warrick, Publisher

Quarterly: $16 per year

Poetry International Department of English & Comparative Literature, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA 92182-8140 Phone (619) 594-1523 FAX (619) 594-4998 e-mail fmoramar@mail.sdsu.edu
Editor: Professor Fred Moramarco

Published annually. Square-bound, 200+ pages, with color card-stock cover. Subscription US$12.00 (US$15.00 for institutions),

Poets and Writers 72 Spring Street, New York, NY 10012. Tel: (212) 226-3586

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Pom2 c/o Susan Landers, Pom2, 227 Prospect Ave., #2, Brooklyn, NY 11215.

Subscriptions are $5.00/issue, 2 issues for $9.00. Please send checks payable to Susan Landers to address above.
The editors seek work that directly engages and responds to poems published in Pom2. We encourage submissions from those who are willing to have their work altered, lifted, plagiarized or transformed in later issues.
Contributors may respond to one poem, or several, from any previous issue. No previously published work will be considered. Include with your submission: 1) Title of "source" poem(s), 2) Full contact information: phone, address, fax, e-mail 3) (Optional) a photograph of yourself.
Submit no more than 5 poems electronically to:
pompompress@yahoo.com (PC or Mac attachments welcome), or mail to the address above.

Pudding Magazine The International Journal of Applied Poetry, Pudding House, 60 N. Main Street, Johnstown Ohio 43031
Editor: Jennifer Bosveld

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Quick Fiction JP Press, 50 Evergreen Street, Unit 25,, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
contact: Adam Pieroni, Jennifer Cande

Invites submissions of stories and narrative prose poems under 500 words.
 

Rattapallax Rattapallax Press, 532 La Guardia Place, Suite 353, New York, NY 10012
Literary and musical journal with international flavour.
Editors: Martin Mitchell (poetry) and Alan Cheuse (fiction). Plus Edwin Torres, Willie Perdomo, Flavia Rocha, Jeet Thayil, and Marilyn Hacker (international poetry).
Publisher: Ram Devineni, Associate Publisher: Stella Padnos
Phone: (212) 560-7459 e-mail:
rattapallax@hotmail.com

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Rattle 13440 Ventura Blvd. #200, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
Poetry Editor: Stellasue Lee. E-mail: stellasue@aol.com

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Rearview Quarterly, PO Box 486, Sudbury, MA 01776
Editor: Laura Arellano-Weddleton

Looking for poetry, short stories, and black and white artwork and photography.
Subscriptions $10 (US) for one year (or four issues, coming out in March, June, September, and December.) A single issue is $2.75

River King Poetry Supplement P.O. Box 122, Freeburg, IL 62243
Phone: 1 (618) 234-5082 Fax: 1 (618) 355-9298 Email:
riverkng@icss.net
Editor: Wayne Lanter

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Ruminate Ruminate is an award-winning quarterly literary arts print magazine engaging the Christian faith. Ruminate publishes poetry, short stories, photography, visual art reproductions, short fiction, memoir, creative nonfiction, essays, reviews, and interviews. We accept online submissions year-round.

Samizdat 895 Burton Avenue, Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Editor: Robert Archambeau

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Sate 1370 C Londondale Pkwy. Newark OH 43055

Lookig for poetry, short fiction and essays, b&w art

Seems  

Ed - Karl Elder
Lakeland College, POB 359, Sheboygan
WI  53082-0359.

Reads year round.  Does not accept electronic subs or sim subs.
Include SASE for reply.  Responds in about 3 months.  Payment is copy
of issue.
(17406)

Skanky Possum 2925 Higgins Street, Austin, Texas 78722
Phone: 512/482-8277 e-mail:
skankypossum@hotmail.com

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Sirena - Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Dickinson College

Editor Jorge R. Sagastume

An international, multilingual journal of poetry and art published biannually by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Dickinson College

The website address is: http://langtech.dickinson.edu/sirena/index.htm     (301004)

Southwestern American Literature, Center for the Study of the Southwest, SwTX State University, San Marcos, TX 78666.

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Spinning Jenny
c/o Black Dress Press
P.O. Box 1373
New York, NY 10276
info@spinning-jenny.com

website - http://www.blackdresspress.com/

Star*Line 1300 Kicker Rd. Tuscaloosa, AL USA 35404
David Kopaska-Merkel, Ed.

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Sulfur - Ceased publication Spring 1999

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Sun Poetic Times 10362 Sahara Dr. #2203 San Antonio, Texas 78216
contact: Rod C. Stryker
sunpoets@hotmail.com

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Taiga

We are accepting submissions of 1-3 poems, including translations, by
email only to taigapoetry@gmail.com. Our homepage is  http://taigapoetry.blogspot.com/   We encourage potential submitters to read our full guidelines there.

Talking River Review

Lewis-Clark State College
500 8th Avenue
Lewiston, ID  83501
Phone: 208-792-2716
E-mail: triver@lcsc.edu

Talking River is published biannually by the Associated Students of Lewis-Clark State College (ASLCSC). Subscriptions are $14 per year and back issues are $6. We also have special issues; those prices vary. Talking River staff read submissions August 1 through March 31. (20305)

Tar Wolf Review

See details on site.

Interested in narrative and lyric free verse and poetry that experiments with language without losing meaning. Will consider traditional forms or rhyming poetry only if the poet has done something fresh and intriguing. Not interested in pornography, pointless obscenities or sentimental greeting card verse. (17406)

Texas Poetry Journal

Texas Poetry Journal

P.O. Box 90635

Austin, TX  78709-0635

You may also send material directly to submissions@texaspoetryjournal.com.

Texas Poetry Journal will consider the best poetry and poets from 
around the world.
We will also want interviews with poets and black and white photography.
Texas Poetry Journal is published semi-annually in print.  We also 
publish a Feature Poem each month on our web site.  All submissions 
are considered for both print and online publication. (8406)

Third Coast Magazine Online submissions.

Time Of Singing

                P.O. Box 149

                Conneaut Lake, PA  16316

Editor:  Lora H. Zill

Can submit via e mail either by attachment or in body of email:  timesing@zoominternet.net

A quarterly magazine of literary Christian poetry, with “Christian” in its most inclusive meaning.  Welcome fresh rhyme, forms, free verse.  Will consider simultaneous submissions and reprints (tell when/where).   2012 marks TOS’s 39th volume.  Back issues $4 each or 2/$7 postpaid.  Please include snail mail address on each poem, including those e mailed.

Tin Fish 47-391 Hui Iwa Street #3, Kaneohe, HI 96744, USA
Editor: Susan Schultz

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tongue magazine PMB 465, 1436 W. Gray, Houston, Texas 77019.
Editor: Kim Cotton. E-mail:
tongue_magazine@yahoo.com

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The Unrorean

Email: info@encirclepub.com
Encircle Publications, LLC
P. O. Box 187
Farmington, ME 04938
(207) 778-0467

Twice-yearly broadside*, the Aurorean’s alter ego.  Published continuously since June, 2001
with Summer/Fall  and Winter/Spring editions.

Untamed Ink
Lindenwood University
209 S. Kingshighway
Saint Charles, MO 63301

Subscription Rates: $7 per issue, postpaid.

Issues 1 & 2 are available. Issue 1 contains new work by Gabor G. Gyukics, Michael Castro & Howard Schwartz.

Issue 2 contains new work by Jack Hirschman, David Meltzer, Michael Rothenberg, Michael Castro, Chris Mazauskas, Colleen McKee, & Simon Perchik.

Order on-line: Untamed Ink

The UrbanitePO Box 4737 Davenport, IA USA 52808
Mark McLaughlin, Ed.

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Verse Brian Henry, English Department, Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NH 03264 USA. E-mail: bhenr@hotmail.com

Subscription cost (3 issues/year): $15 (U.S.), $30 (Australia), £9 (U.K. and Ireland)

Virginia Adversaria, PO Box 2349, Poquoson VA 23662
E-mail:
empirepub@hotmail.com.

NO attachments please.

Wags Revue

The Wallace Stevens Journal Clarkson University Box 5750, Potsdam, NY 13699
Phone: (315) 268 3987; Fax: (315) 268 3983; E-mail:
serio@clarkson.edu
Editor: John N. Serio

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Worcester Magazine172 Shrewsbury St. Worcester, MA 01604 email: 75662.1176@compuserve.com
Poetry Editor: Martha Akston

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Writer's Digest 1507 Dana Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45207
Editor: Thomas Clark

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The Yalobusha Review, Department of English, University of Mississippi, PO Box 1848, University, MS 38677-1848.

Graduate student literary journal, at the University of Mississippi.