Thursday, September 30, 2010

Barrier Islands Review Open Submissions

Straight from the site:

Barrier Islands Review is also looking for well-written poetry. As with fiction, we're not looking for sentimentality, but well placed emotion doesn't hurt. Poetry may be on any subject and in any format, but special attention will be paid to traditional and invented forms. However, content should never be sacrificed for form. Submit up to six poems for consideration, up to 100 lines each.
All submissions must be previously unpublished. Simultaneous submissions are okay if you tell us when they’ve been published elsewhere. Multiple submissions are okay, too. Please use our handy-dandy submissions manager.

Email submissions will be scowled at and deleted. Snail mail submissions will be used to make paper maché jungle animals.

If your work is selected for publication, we request first digital publication rights along with the right to archive your piece indefinitely. However, pieces may be taken down upon the author’s request. Published works are eligible for the yearly chapbook publication.

At this time we are not a paying market. This may change in the future, depending on readership and donations. However, digital copies will be furnished for all contributors. Those whose work is chosen for the “Best Of” anthology will receive a contributors’ copy.

For more details and to use their submissions manager go to:

Good luck to all who submit, please drop by tomorrow for more PoetryTips…

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