Top Ten Literary Magazines to Send Your Poetry and Maybe Get Accepted

Created: Jun 09, 2014

Originally posted on michaelalexanderchaney: Finally, at long last, those of you who write poetry may find a few helpful hints. There is no desert of lyricism that you must cross with your empty water bottles and broken divining rods. Indeed, there are many fountains of poetry online and in-print for the word thirsty and the prose wary. And yet, it is not often easy to know which of these oases accommodate the emergent poet. Most of the well-known watering holes and definitely the oldest, in fact, are frequently discerning to a fault, making it almost impossible for the novice poet to drop her bucket in their hallowed wells. The following springs, however, are eager to irrigate streams of every kind. So whether you’re experimental or experienced, lyrical or long-suffering, give these waters a taste. They’re reputable and (relatively) accepting.

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By Martin on Oct 26, 2014 20:16 (UTC)

good resource thank you michael and subprimal for spreading the word.