We desire a self-confident degree of alchemy.
We value density.
We endorse the materiality of language.
When in the field, language should gallop and snort.
Its rest need be fitful.
The poem that sleeps sleeps on its feet.
Language crafts its blueprint poem to poem.
There are no gold coins on the map; they must be forged by the poet.
To invent is to invent one's construct, to stitch a flag from the void.
We want work that challenges all of the above parameters.
Logan Fry + Matthew Moore + Caroline Gormley | editors
Submissions are accepted year round. All submissions are considered for the Postcard Series and the Online Series.
Submit unpublished work only, in a single .pdf, .doc, .docx, or .rtf file.
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See ABOUT for style holistics. In general,  language feels irrevocable;  poems preface but can't assume meaning;  wait for surprise and dubiety;  reach adroitly forward, into void, and back, deep against forebears' hoisted flags.