Pank Magazine

This one looks worth checking out. I got a bit confused, trying to work out what/when to submit! It appears in both print and online. There’s a slot for younger poets (under 18). https://pankmagazine.com

Neon open to submissions

“…one of the UK’s longest-running literary magazines”, Neon is inviting poetry (among other media) for future issue/s. The editor, Krishan Coupland, has a penchant for the dark/weird, but is “open to anything”. Send up to 10 poems. Payment is 10p per line, with a minimum of £10. If you buy an issue (print or ezine) or make a donation, your submission will be prioritised, with the bonus of editorial notes. Read full submission info here.

Here Comes Everyone: The Green Issue

Worldwide submissions are invited by literary magazine Here Comes Everyone, on the theme of GREEN. Deadline for The Green Issue is 10th February 2020. From the editor: “Here Comes Everyone magazine is seeking submissions of poetry (plus fiction, artwork and non-fiction). We encourage bold/striking interpretations and reflections upon the theme. Environmentalism. Money. Envy. Plant-life. Nausea. Naivety. A political party. Kermit the Frog. What does ‘green’ mean to you?” POETRY: up to 3 poems of no longer than 30 lines each. Full information here.

Split Lip Magazine

Submit one piece of poetry to this journal, which publishes monthly online and annually in print. It is only free to submit in certain months, including October. The online mag pays $50; the print mag, $5 per page, with a minimum of $20. Read full guidelines here.

Goblin Fruit

Another poetry magazine, Goblin Fruit is looking for ‘poetry that treats mythic, surreal, fantasy and folkloric themes, or approaches other themes in a fantastical way’.
The editors want submissions only between specific dates – please check the website for details of what to submit, and when: http://www.goblinfruit.net/2016/winter/guidelines/

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/

The Threepenny Review

This US-based quarterly literary magazine looks worth checking out – especially as they pay for poetry: a rare thing indeed. Submit up to five poems by post or online (https://www.threepennyreview.com/online_submissions/). Submissions are open from January to June each year. No previously published work or simultaneous submissions (poems under consideration elsewhere). Response time varies from two days to two months. Do not email your submission – it won’t be read. For more information, visit the website: http://threepennyreview.com/