Submissions will open on 1 June 2017 (until 31 July 2017) for writing on the theme of ‘Skin’ for issue eight of Third Point Press. The publication aims to feature both local writers from Lancaster (that’s Lancaster in the US, Pennsylvania) and international writers. Full info here.
Petite Hound Press specialises in pairing a poem or flash fiction story with a piece of visual artwork, to create unexpected juxtapositions. Send up to 3 poems of no more than 7 lines each!
Consequence Magazine is open until 30 September 2017, for submissions from people identifying as female, writing on the subject of war. Submit up to five poems online via Submittable here.
Another new one to me, Allegro is an online poetry magazine, published four times a year. The magazine has strict submission windows, so check the dates on the website before you submit. The current deadline is 30 April 2017, for poems of up to 40 lines, on the theme of ‘Space’. Read the full guidelines here before submitting.
The Perch is an online, ‘non-academic’ literary magazine from the Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health. For the next issue, send up to 3 poems of up to 80 lines each by 15 May 2017. Don’t put your name on the files. Full details here.
You have until 31 March 2017 to submit to issue 3 (Autumn/Winter 2017) of print journal Banshee. Submit up to 6 poems of no more than 40 lines each. More info here.
Peepal Tree Press is based in Leeds, UK – but publishes work from all over the Caribbean diaspora, so international submissions are welcome. They also ‘welcome and support Black British writers’ – i.e. British writers of African and Asian descent. As well as novels, short story collections and nonfiction, the press accepts poetry collections of 48 pages or more. Peepal Tree Press publishes in print and ebook formats. More information here.