Looking for somewhere to publish your poetry? Check out Boston Poetry Magazine. A couple weeks ago, they featured some of my poems, and the editor was compassionate for poetry, and enjoyed what he was doing.
Here’s a quality home for your writing. Definitively a worthwhile place to seek publication.
If you’d like to find more places to submit for publication, check out Small Press Army, a one-shot zine consisting of handpicked, quality publishers.
Posted by Jeremiah Walton on June 18, 2013
Walking Is Still Honest
This is another project of Nostrovia! Poetry’s. It is another publishing press focuses on digital publishing via a blog styled zine, “jogs” (micro-chapbooks) and “journeys” (chapbooks). Poems are published in blog posts that are compiled into a monthly issue. W.I.S.H. is publishing its first issue, so how about you come hop on board, and shoot the press a submission?
The Open End (Tiny TOE Press)
Founded in 2008, this press has hosted some of my poetry before, and prints high quality, DIY chapbooks through the name Tiny TOE Press. They offer homes for most styles of creative writing, and publish work that they deem to be of high literary merit. Shoot them a submission. They will home your writing well, and truly care about it.
Posted by Jeremiah Walton on June 15, 2013
Circus of the Damned
They seek poetry not exceeding 20 stanzas, and short stories from 1000-3500 words. Unsolicited submissions are accepted, as long as it has not been previously published. If it has appeared on a personal blog, that’s fine.
Pictures and artwork are also welcome.
Read the submission guidelines carefully, as they ask for the submissions to be sent in a particular format.
Clutching At Straws
A venue for poetry seeking the absurd and odd. Humor is appreciated. It’s a very chaotic venue for poetry, but offers good homage and dedication. The quality of poetry is also worth noting.
You can check out their submission guidelines here.
If you’re seeking more poetry publishers, you can check out Small Press Army, a one-shot zine of potential publishers for your poetry.
Posted by Jeremiah Walton on May 24, 2013
This is not a poem, but an announcement.
We’ll, I guess I can
make it a poem.
There is an
“What is it, you ask?”
The Small Press Army is recruiting troops
to help poets
to help us
for the war.
Posted by Jeremiah Walton on May 21, 2013