Annual anthology from the editors of Poetica Publishing/Poetica Magazine. Deadline: 15 August 2019. Read the submissions guidelines carefully, as they are quite specific.
From the University of Louisville, Miracle Monocle is an online journal founded in 2009. For the next issue, submit up to 3 poems. The deadline is 1 August 2019, “and/or until we received 500 total…submissions”. Check out the full submission guidelines for information on how to submit to not just the journal but also an anthology for work by “contributors who identify as rural and queer”. There are also two awards which each have a fee to enter.
Copied from the website: “Truancy is a semipro market for revised folktales, legends, myth and other traditional narratives that have been made new by your retelling or your original fiction that has these folkloric elements or mythic elements.”
Send up to five poems. Payment is USD15 per poem. Deadline is 30 September 2019 (I think this is for issue 6). The editor also states: “There is only one editor for Truancy . You may address me as Dear Editor or Dear Nin.” Read the full submissions guidelines before submitting,, especially as you must include the mystery word in your subject header!
Third Point Press ezine/online journal is open to submissions until 12 July 2019 for its August issue (and 1 September to 11 October 2019 for its November edition). Send up to five poems in a single file, via the Submittable portal. Check out the full submission criteria here. Do read some of the past issues, which defeated me, but perhaps will make sense to you. There is a nominal payment if your poem is published.
Submit four to six poems. Submission windows are: September 1 to December 15, January 15 to March 1.
Entry is free to this award (although donations are welcomed), which is aimed at writers in the UK who have traditionally lacked opportunities within the publishing world because of mental health issues, disability, health or social circumstances. The theme is Home and the closing date is Sunday 2nd June 2019. Full details here.
The Asian Writer aims to provide ‘a unique platform for new and emerging writers of British and South Asian origin’. Open to submissions of various forms of writing, including poetry. More details here.
A ‘science fiction and fantasy podcast devoted to publishing audio versions of LGBTQ stories from authors of all backgrounds’, GlitterShip airs two episodes per month. Submit up to 5 poems that are queer and speculative, though the editor encourages you to ‘interpret that how you will’. With your submission, state whether you would like to read your poem/s yourself. Full submission details are here.
Submit up to five unpublished poems by 15 May 2019 to The Georgia Review, the University of Georgia’s journal of arts and letters. Full details here.