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12gauge

14 by 14

About: Irregular (typically every two to three months). 14 by 14’s “site regularly features 14 modern sonnets by 14 different authors.”

2River View (The)

3:AM Magazine

  • Copplestone, Joe — Two poems: (1) The Monarchs’ Bones; and (2) June Viv

32 Poems

42opus

5_trope


A

A Public Space

Abalone Moon

Able Muse Review

absent magazine

ACTION YES

Adirondack Review (The)

About: Quarterly. “The Adirondack Review is an independent online quarterly magazine of literature and the arts dedicated to publishing poetry, fiction, artwork, and photography, as well as interviews, articles, book reviews, and translations. Recently named a ‘great online literary magazine’ by Esquire and a ‘top online journal’ by The Huffington Post, TAR was established in the spring of 2000, with its first issue appearing that summer.”

Agenda

AGNI

alehouse

a l i c e   b l u e

Ambit

About: Quarterly. “Ambit magazine is a literary and artwork quarterly created in London, published in the UK, and read internationally.”

American Poetry Review (The)

About: Bimonthly. “The American Poetry Review is dedicated to reaching a worldwide audience with a diverse array of the best contemporary poetry and literary prose. APR also aims to expand the audience interested in poetry and literature, and to provide authors, especially poets, with a far-reaching forum in which to present their work.”

American River Review

anderbo

Anti-

Antigonish Review (The)

APOCRYPHAL TEXT

Apparatus Magazine

Apple Valley Review (The)

Arava Review (The)

Arch Literary Journal

About: “Arch Literary Journal is housed within the College of Arts and Sciences and is affiliated with the English Department at Washington University in St. Louis”

archipelago

  • McFadden, Kevin — Anticism!, comprised of five poems: (1) Scum Rises; (2) At Amen; (3) Loan, Glasgow; (4) A Used Car; and (5) Ité

Aroostook Review (The)

About: “The Aroostook Review is the online literary journal of the English Program at the University of Maine at Fort Kent.”

Artful Dodge

Ascent

Ascent Aspirations Magazine

Asheville Poetry Review

Asymptote

  • Césaire, Aimé — Three poems from Solar Throat Slashed: (1) When in the Heat of the Day Naked Monks Descend the Himalayas; (2) At the Locks of the Void; and (3) To Africa

at Length

About: Several times each month. “At Length is a venue for ambitious, in-depth writing, music, photography, and art that are open to possibilities shorter forms preclude.”

Autumn Sky Poetry

Avatar Review


B

Barefoot Muse (The)

About: On hiatus for an unspecified period (last issue was Fall 2010). “A Journal of Formal & Metrical Verse”

Barrow Street

Bat City Review

Bellevue Literary Review

Bellingham Review

Beloit Poetry Journal

Beltway Poetry Quarterly

Big Bridge

Birmingham Poetry Review

BigCityLit

Blackbird

About: “A joint venture of the Department of English at Virginia Commonwealth University and New Virginia Review, Inc.”

Blood Orange Review

Blue Moon Review

Boston Review

BOXCAR Poetry Review

Bryant Literary Review

Burnside Review


C

Caffeine Destiny

Canadian Literature

Canary

About: Published by Hip Pocket Press — “A Literary Journal of the Environmental Crisis”

Canopic Jar

Caper Literary Journal

Cadaverine Magazine

About: “The Cadaverine is an Arts Council funded online magazine, independent press and writers’ group publishing and facilitating the best new writing from the under 25s.”

Cave Wall Press

Cha

Chicago Review

Chimera (The)

Cider Press Review

Cimarron Review

Circumference

  • Aygi, Gennady (translated by Sarah Valentine) — To Mother

Coal Hill Review

coconut

  • Lehman, David — Two poems: (1) 1976; and (2) The Change

Colorado Review

Columbia Review (The)

Contrary

Cordite Poetry Review

Cortland Review (The)

Court Green

Cricket Online Review

CT Review


D

Dark Eye Glances

Dark Horse (The)

decomP magazinE

Delaware Poetry Review

Denver Quarterly

DIAGRAM

  • Harris, Trey Jordan — Two poems: (1) Now That We Are Married; and (2) Things Married People Do

diode

  • Dancing Bear, J. P. — Three poems: (1) A Bird Brings a Dream in Which You Are Orphelia; (2) Orphée on the Radio; and (3) Training the Wolf-Girl

ditch

  • Bachinsky, Elizabeth — Four poems: (1) God of Chaos; (2) God of Panic; (3) God of Unfulfilled Longings; and (4) Goddess of Blissful Ignorance

Drunken Boat

DMQ Review


E

E·ratio Poetry Journal

ECLECTICA

  • Carter, Jared — Two poems: (1) The Philosopher’s House; and (2) Nether Moon

Ekleksographia

  • Daniel-Davila, Ungelbah — Two poems, both given the title My Favorite Drink

Electric Acorn

  • Broe, Christine — Six poems: (1) …Ah Men; (2) Word For Windows; (3) Needing no name.; (4) Don’t bury me in anything I wouldn’t be seen dead in; (5) ….Of Human Kindness; and (6) Different Ways
  • Brown, Philip — Four poems: (1) For Ken Saro Wiwa; (2) The Meeting Place; (3) Flying Fish; and (4) Duplicity
  • Bugan, Carmen — Three poems: (1) Winter in Petoskey; (2) Doorways; (3) Oblivion
  • Conneely, Noel — Two poems: (1) For Patricia; (2) 1 + 1 = 3
  • Daybell, Christopher — Five poems: (1) The Delirium of Power; (2) The Winterman; (3) The Inner Drama; (4) Mid Afternoon in Bewleys; and (5) The Road
  • de Arce, Miguel — Cherry Blossom
  • Doolan, David — Two poems: (1) Rain nights in spring; (2) Walking through Dublin
  • Dunne, Oliver — Three poems: (1) The Incredible Falling Man; (2) Uh-Oh; and (3) Gertude Stein & Alice B. Toklas
  • Fearon, Robin — Five poems: (1) Graffiti I; (2) Graffiti II; (3) Graffiti III; (4) Dawn; and (5) Choum Ui Neoil
  • Gibbons, Jennifer — While writing a poem about Dad, I am handed a golf pencil
  • Gregory, John — Four poems: (1) Yin, Yang, and Jung; (2) 8 1/2 minutes; (3) Ineffable Enough; and (4) Plain Mean: An Ars Poetica
  • Hendrie, Deirdre — Three poems: (1) Trapper’s Cabin; (2) Gift to my daughter in England; and (3) I am of this earth
  • Hoffman, Nick — Three poems (or six): (1) Modern Fairy Tales; (2) The Liffey Bar; and (3) Four Haikus
  • Ivy, Zane — Three poems: (1) A poem for you; (2) Surfing; and (3) Red on white
  • Johnston, Fred — Two poems: (1) Knot; and (2) From a summer window
  • Kane, Ita — Funeral thoughts
  • Kaszubowski, Martin J. — Two poems: (1) Jonesboro, Arkansas, 1998; and (2) Air and water and land
  • Kennedy, Bernard — Pigeon in the loft
  • Kenny, Dennis — Four poems: (1) (20th Century Musketeers); (2) Thoughts on the Hero’s statue; (3) The Sergeant; and (4) Dundrum School in the 1950s
  • Major, Chris — Two poems: (1) Game; and (2) Shaken and Stirred
  • McHale, Joe — Two poems: (1) Portrait of a Superman for the Nineteen-Nineties; and (2) The poet tells of how he found his inspiration through solitude and a little mindless violence
  • O’Connell, Warren — Seven poems: (1) Sunrise in Achill; (2) The Neutral Speaks; (3) Summer of Our Discontent; (4) The Bus; (5) Transistor; (6) This Woman; and (7) Short Homily
  • O’Mahony, Nessa — Four poems: (1) Bedtime in Commons Road; (2) Margaret’s bar; (3) Break; and (4) Another poem for Catherine
  • O’Prey, Paul — Transcience
  • O’Sullivan, Maeve — Two poems: (1) Activist; and (2) Derval’s World
  • Quinn, Brid — Four poems: (1) [I watched her turn from abused to abuser]; (2) [I saw the pain, the anger, the fear]; (3) [What to say of this friend of mine]; and (4) This is the end
  • Rowley, Rosemarie — The Wake of Wonder (excerpts)
  • Shuilleabhain, Eabhan Ni — Two poems: (1) Gift; and (2) Mime

Electronic Poetry Review

Eleven Eleven Journal

elimae

esque

Exquisite Corpse


F

failbetter

Famous Reporter

Fence

  • Wagner, Catherine — Three poems: (1) Coming and I Did Not Run Away; (2) This Is a Fucking Poem; and (3) Among the Orders

FIELD

FIRE

Flea (The)

Formalist (The)

Fou

Fox Chase Review (The)

Free Lunch

Free Verse

  • Beasley, Bruce — Two poems (1) Like Unto a Merchant Man Seeking Goodly Pearls; and (2) Hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliaphobia

Fringe Magazine

Front Porch Journal

Fugue


G

GEIST Magazine

GlitterPony Magazine

Georgetown Review

Georgia Review (The)

Gettysburg Review (The)

Grand Street Magazine

About: “Grand Street ceased publication in the fall of 2004.”

Great Works

Greensboro Review (The)

Gulf Coast


H

Hamilton Stone Review

H_NGM_N

Harvard Advocate (The)

Hayden’s Ferry Review

  • Cook, Christina — Two poems: (1) Burlesque Acoustic; and (2) Blue, Orange, Red

Heliotrope

High Chair

Hobble Creek Review

Hudson Review (The)


I

In Posse Review

indigest

Inertia Magazine

Innisfree Poetry Journal

Iowa Review (The)

It’s Still Winter

Ivory Tower


J

Jacket Magazine

jubilat


K

Kenyon Review (The)


L

Legendary (The)

Licton Springs Review

Literary Imagination

Literary Mama

Literary Review (The)

Litter

Loch Raven Review

Lodestar Quarterly

London Poetry Review

Long Island Quarterly

Lucid Rhythms


M

Magma Poetry

Manchester Review (The)

Marlboro Review

Mascara Literary Review

Massachusetts Review (The)

Measure

Melic Review (The)

Memorious

Mezzo Cammin

  • Dawkins, Janann — Five poems: (1) Twelve Days (or, To January 6th); (2) Value; (3) The Aunt’s Bed; (4) Magical Thinking; and (5) Black Friday
  • Kelleher, Rose — Two poems: (1) La Milagrosa; and (2) Night Noise

Michigan Quarterly Review

milk magazine

Missouri Review (The)

Mudlark


N

Nashville Review

Nassau Literary Review (The)

New American Writing

New Criterion (The)

New Delta Review

About: “NDR is a literary journal produced by graduate students in the MFA Program in Creative Writing at Louisiana State University.”

New England Review

New Formalist (The)

  • Carter, Jared — Three villanelles: (1) Night-Blooming Cereus; (2) Prophecy; and (3) Flambeau
  • Karen Kelsay — Four poems: (1) Aria; (2) A Beating Wing; (3) Anna; and (4) A Winter’s Day
  • Young, Michael T. — Four poems: (1) Symphonic Dance; (2) Becoming Narcissus; (3) Patience; and (4) Suffer No Fools

New Haven Review

New Letters Magazine

New Quarterly (The)

Newport Review

Night Train

North (The)

Notre Dame Review


O

Octopus

Off the Coast

About: Quarterly. Published by by Resolute Bear Press. “The Mission of Off the Coast is to become recognized around the world as Maine’s international poetry journal, a publication that prizes quality, diversity and honesty in its publications and in its dealings with poets.”

Offcourse Literary Journal

Offending Adam (The)

Opium Magazine

Orange Room Review (The)

Oxford Poetry

Oyster Boy Review


P

Painted Bride Quarterly

PANK Magazine

Paris Review (The)

Parthenon West Review

Partisan Review

About: “The following is the last issue of Partisan Review.” – 16 April 2003

Passager

Pebble Lake Review

Pedestal Magazine (The)

Pennsylvania Review (The)

Perihelion

  • Cader, Teresa — Five poems: (1) Six Entries on the Invention of Paper; (2) For Years; (3) “Dwell Nowhere and Bring Forth the Mind”; (4) Monologue; and (5) The Raymond-Harrington House, 1872

Persimmon Tree Magazine

  • Clifton, Lucille — Twelve poems: (1) moonchild; (2) telling our stories; (3) the times; (4) why some people be mad at me sometimes; (5) lorena; (6) homage to my hips; (7) poem to my uterus; (8) to my last period; (9) 1994; (10) lumpectomy eve; (11) hag riding; and (12) song at midnight
  • Gilbert, Sandra M. — Ten Poems: (1) The Grandmother Dream; (2) Getting Fired, or “Not Being Retained”; (3) On the Third Hand; (4) Anniversary Waltz; (5) February 11, 1994: Berkeley, Anniversary Waltz Again; (6) Gold Tooth; (7) About the Beginning; (8) He Discusses Gravity; (9) Afternoon Walk: The Sea Ranch; and (10) For Ruth Stone on Her Ninetieth Birthday

Philadelphia Stories

Phoebe

Pif Magazine

Pilot Poetry

Ploughshares

plume

PN Review

poemeleon

Poetry

Poetry Bay

Poetry London

Poetry Matters

Poetry Northwest

Poetry Review

Pool Poetry

About: “POOL is an online journal published in Los Angeles, featuring fresh and unexpected poetry.”

  • Davis, Adam O. — Six poems: (1) Fever Dream, 1499. (2) Tic-Tac-Toe, 1541. (3) Extinction Days, 1873. (4) Wishbones, 1890. (5) The Body of New Jersey, 1952. And (6) Falling Man Theory, 2010.

Potomac (The)

Prime Number Magazine


Q

qarrtsiluni

>   See my qarrtsiluni reading list.

Qualm

  • Crowther, Claire — Four poems: (1) Hungerford Bridge in Winter; (2) The Charge of Older Children; (3) Baggage; and (4) At Melt Point

quantum poetry magazine


R

Raintown Review (The)

About: Semi-annual. “The Raintown Review is one of the longest running print journals with a preference for formal/metrical poetry. Established in 1996 by Harvey Stanbrough, it began as a desktop-published chapbook style journal and has evolved into the perfect bound 100+ page journal of today.”

Raleigh Quarterly

  • Sims, Laura — Four poems: (1) His face; (2) A hundred parts of You; (3) Who Malingers; and (4) Out of a vacuum & into the world

Raleigh Review (The)

Rattle

>   See my Rattle reading list.

RealPoetik

RED OCHRE LiT

Redivider

River & Sound Review (A)


S

Salt Hill Journal

Salt Magazine

Salt River Review (The)

Sawbuck

  • Soriano, Felino A. — Three poems: (1) Approbations 529; (2) Approbations 530; and (3) Approbations 533

Shadowtrain

Shampoo

  • Armantrout, Rae — Two poems: (1) The Elect; and (2) Action Poem

Shearsman

Shenandoah

SIBILA

Sink Review

Sixth Finch

Sixty-Six

Slipstream

Sliver of Stone

Smartish Pace

So and So

Soundzine

South Dakota Review

Southern Poetry Review

Southword Journal

storySouth

Stickman Review

Stride Magazine

Stylus Poetry Journal

  • Collins, Anne — Two poems: (1) Learning to Spell; and (2) The Hiding Moon

Subtropics

Summerset Review (The)

Superstition Review

About: Biannually. “Founded in 2007 at Arizona State University, Superstition Review is committed to publishing fresh art, fiction, interviews, nonfiction and poetry.”

Sweet

swink

Sycamore Review


T

Tablet

Think Journal

  • Meriam, Mary — Two poems: (1) Amy Lowell the Lion; and (2) Hilda Doolittle the Scale

Threepenny Review (The)

Thumbscrew

Tilt-a-Whirl

Tin House Magazine

Tipton Poetry Journal

Town Creek Poetry

Trinacria

TriQuarterly

Two Lines

TYPO


U

Umbrella

Unsplendid


V

Valparaiso Poetry Review

Virginia Quarterly Review


W

Waccamaw

West Branch

West Branch Wired

Whistling Shade

Willow Springs

Willows Wept Review

Witness

Word For/Word

Word Riot

Wordgathering

Writing Disorder (The)

  • Rakhman, Lana — Three poems: (1) Black and White Photograph, 1982; (2) Le Gluie (Het Glure) [Glue]; and (3) I Look People in the Eye & Will Be Punished


Y

Yale Literary Magazine


Z

Zone 3

ZYZZYVA


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