US indie press Soft Skull is open to unagented full-manuscript submissions in a variety of genres including poetry until 20 July 2021. From the website: “We are primarily seeking and strongly encouraging submissions from BIPOC writers and underrepresented voices of any race, gender, age, sexual orientation, religion, nationality, class, and physical or mental ability.” Full info here.
Dunlin Press is looking for poetry, nonfiction, reportage, fiction and more on the theme of UK ports. Deadline 31 March 2019. https://www.instagram.com/p/BuCXzvDAg8G/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=fsca6p4uptl8
The deadline of 12 March 2018 is fast approaching for this mental health anthology from indie press Bad Betty. Contributors will be paid. Full info here.
Based at the University of Colorado, Copper Nickel literary journal is open to submissions until 1 March 2018. Full info here.
Based in Nigeria, Lunaris Review is a literary and art journal. Send no more than four poems, each no longer than 40 lines. There is no payment for accepted work. Full guidelines here.
Frontier Poetry magazine is open year-round to submissions from poets who have published no more than one full-length poetry collection. It is free to submit (unless you choose the ‘Fast Response’ option), and poems are paid at a rate of $50 for one poem, up to a maximum of $150. Full details here.
American indie publisher Circling Rivers publishes poetry collections. Read the full guidelines before submitting – only those who follow the guidelines will be read.
Salomé is a new British online and print journal for female writers. Submissions will close on 9 September 2017 or when the cut-off of 250 submissions is reached – whichever comes first. Only one poem per person. Full details here
The Arkansas International (from the University of Arkansas) will be open to unsolicited submissions from 1 September to the end of February. Send up to five unpublished poems via the Submittable portal. Full details here
Sorry for the tight deadline: you have until 15August 2017 to submit your poem to Radix Media’s forthcoming anthology, Aftermath: Explorations of Loss & Grief. Full details here