We are happy to read up to four poems that have not been published elsewhere (online workshopping is fine, but not publication in a magazine or blog. Please take note of this: we've rejected a number of submissions recently as they are already available on the web).
We don't mind simultaneous submissions but would be grateful if you would let us know if your work is accepted elsewhere before we have got back to you. We aim to contact you before the next issue due to be published, so response times vary from a few days to at maximum three months. If we'd like to retain work for consideration for a later issue we will let you know.
We're happy to consider all types of poetry but are looking for original, interesting work that is carefully crafted, with attention paid to sound, rhythm and image. We're friendly towards metrical and non-metrical work.
We hope in future to produce a physical copy of the magazine, either as a pdf or some sort of print on demand format.
We're afraid that we're running on a budget of pretty much no money at all and can't offer you payment for your work, just the satisfaction of seeing it snuggling up to equally exciting poems and reaching a wide audience of discerning readers.
Please submit through the Submittable link below. This is an on-line submission manager - you need to create an account (just a username and password) - and can then upload a document. We can't accept poems sent by email unless you are having a real problem with Submittable.
**Please upload all your poems (no more than four) in one document. This is important!**
**Please include a short biography (no more than 150 words). **
Please read our earlier issues before submitting to get a feel for what we are publishing - we'd love to hear your opinions. We don't really need statements of writing intent, photos of you, or explanations of your poems. By submitting you are confirming that you own the copyright of your submission and are happy for us to publish it online.
Copyright is retained by the authors. All images copyright Rosemary Badcoe or Noel Williams.