7.23.2005

Submit to It

Where should I send some of my work? I'm putting submissions together and need advice.

11 comments:

  1. Charles: I don't know which of these read in summer: Bloom, Zyzzyva, Hayden's Ferry, Crazyhorse, Jubilat, Poetry, Prairie Schooner, Ploughshares, are a few that come to mind when I think of your work (what I've seen of it on blog and elsewhere). And don't forget NER!

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  2. RHINO is currently considering poetry submissions! Check out our guidelines...

    http://www.rhinopoetry.org/pages/submit.html

    Little magazine, big horn.

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  3. Charlie has been in Bloom. Damn fine poem too. I love NER but feel odd about submitting there. Anyone else feel this? I would do Mid-American, Pleiades is producing damn fine work, and Hunger Mountain. My goal is to get into Beloit this year if it kills me. It might kill me. I just sent off a Poetry submission and I kissed the envelope. Oh the insanity.

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  4. A lot of journals don't read in the summer, including NER.

    "Patient Zero"
    "Clean Slate"
    "Blood Gospel"

    Something tells me they would make a great submission packet. ;) Email me for more advice. Off to Napa today.

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  5. Cortland doesnt read in the summer either. Whimsy Speaks has a great list of publications and reading times. I will mail it to you.

    C.D. have a great time in Napa and I hope you know the "odd" was meant in a good way. I'd rather know you then submit to you. Btw, this does not hold know true to everyone lol.

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  6. The Eleventh Muse is always open. http://www.poetrywest.org/muse.htm
    Yes, you published there before, but it was before I was editor! And we're perfect bound now! :-)

    Other places I recommend for summer submissions include National Poetry Review, Cranky, and River Styx.

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  7. I know that Octopus ONLY reads in August. The new web zine (debuted today, I think) New Hampshire Review is reading now, too.

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  8. ZYYZZVA reads year round and responds very quickly (sometimes under a week), but is restricted to writers living on the West Coast & Hawaii.

    Northwest Review reads year round.

    The Canary will be reading again in August.

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  9. Charlie,
    Here's a link to several journals reading this summer, although I don't think it's really what you're asking for it may give you some ideas.

    http://litwindowpane.blogspot.com/2005/06/drawing-blank.html#comments

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  10. Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments is still accepting poetry for our upcoming "Metropolitan Mosaic" issue. The issue is out September 10, and poetry is accepted through August 1. www.terrain.org or www.terrain.org/about/submit.htm for guidelines.

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  11. Gargoyle reads ONLY in the summer. Their latest issue was stellar.

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