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Unread 03-18-2018, 11:44 PM
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Poem Tree (F): I can't find this journal
The Poem Tree: An Anthology of Metered Poetry seems to be a one-stop repository of superlative formal poetry. If possible to still get into this archive, I should think it a real accomplishment.
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With J.D. McClatchy gone, it is doubtful that the Yale Review will remain formal-friendly.
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Thank you all for this thread. I essentially never submit to journals, in part because I have no idea which are any good, or which might take what. We have a small library and one somewhat limited B & N downtown. But I may now start submitting.

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AAQ has closed.
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Alabama Literary Review: Hasn't published in 2 years
Andrew,
I think you're mistaken about Alabama Literary Review. I've just had three poems (two of which are formal, one free) published in its current issue.
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Andrew,
I think you're mistaken about Alabama Literary Review. I've just had three poems (two of which are formal, one free) published in its current issue.
Cathy
I'm glad I'm wrong about it. Duotrope doesn't list it anymore and the website doesn't have anything since 2016. Hiatus, or just letting the website fall behind?
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Andrew, I recently discovered that Innisfree Poetry Journal is formal friendly. Hailey Leithauser is one of the editors there.

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If people would like to make more confidential comments about various venues, there's a "Pub" forum specifically for that purpose, in the password-protected Eratosphericals zone.


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I'm glad I'm wrong about it. Duotrope doesn't list it anymore and the website doesn't have anything since 2016. Hiatus, or just letting the website fall behind?
The editor, William Thompson, made post #16 in this very thread yesterday. Perhaps he'll weigh in again.

"Lavender Review: Alive and Kicking, but for LGBT only"

Actually, Lavender Review is intended to appeal to a lesbian audience and to promote lesbians' art and poetry, but it's far more open to submissions by non-LGBT people (and on non-LGBT-specific topics) than that might imply. The editor is our Mary Meriam.

"Mezzo Cammi (F): Alive and Kicking, women only"

You need an "n" at the end of "Cammin." Yes, it accepts submissions only from women, which is why I'm personally not comfortable being published there. (Not that I feel morally superior to those who do--it's just not for me. I appreciate the need for safe spaces, but I don't like exclusivity. Lavender Review's more open approach is better, I think.)

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Julie,

Thanks for the clarifications! Also, didn't know Mary ran Lavender Review. Good to know.
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Well, that jaunt into the "Pub" Eratospherical just took me down a strange thread, though one that did touch on the reason I asked about Blue Unicorn. Odd.
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