That’s right, I mentioned The New Yorker, think you’ve got what it takes? If so, you may send up to six poems as an attachment and be sure your subject line on the e-mail includes your name and the title of your attachment. Don’t forget to include all of your contact information in the e-mail and be forewarned that due to volume there may not be a personal response to your submission. You can send your e-mail to:
Or you can mail your poems with a self-addressed, stamped return envelope to:
The New Yorker
4 Times Square
New York, NY 10036
The New Yorker editors also note that poets should only submit twice per year so be sure to send only your best.
Good luck to all who submit and thanks for dropping in! Please stop in tomorrow for more Poetry Tips…