Poetry Salzburg Review

Thanks to much-published poet Antony Johae for telling me about this journal, which is published twice-yearly, out of the University of Salzburg in Austria. I am particularly taken with the beautiful cover illustrations: http://www.poetrysalzburg.com/psr.htm Lots of submission criteria listed here: http://www.poetrysalzburg.com/guidelines.htm


Tuscan Links Wanted

The Sigh Press: If you have any connection with Tuscany in Italy – even if it’s just a brief holiday in the area – then consider submitting to this quarterly online publication. The work submitted must have been written – at least in part – while in Tuscany; however, you do not need to include references to  the region! Each issue of the quarterly ezine has a theme – be sure to check before submitting. To read past issues: http://thesighpress.com/thejournal/ Full submission details: http://thesighpress.com/submissions/

Arc Poetry Magazine

You have until 1 June 2016 (normal submission period: 1 September to 31 May each year) to get your poems in to the next issue of Arc Poetry Magazine. This Canadian poetry magazine has been running for more than 30 years. The editors also publish reviews, interviews and articles on the subject of poetry – query first. Submit online, via the submission manager. Full info: http://arcpoetry.ca/submit/

Anthology submissions

The Chicken Soup for the Soul feel-good publishers have a lot of submissions opportunities on their website. If you read carefully, you will see that poems are invited for most (if not all) of the anthologies listed. Check out the relevant page for full details: http://www.chickensoup.com/story-submissions/possible-book-topics

Non-Profit Christian Publication

Although the editors of US-based Ruminate magazine describe themselves as belonging to the ‘Judeo-Christian tradition’, they state: ‘Ruminate also welcomes submissions that both subtly and overtly engages faith from all the world religions.’ Submit between May 16th and December 15th. Visit the website for more information and guidelines: