Frontier Poetry began as an arm of The Masters Review, a publication that focuses on new and emerging fiction and narrative nonfiction writers. We wanted to offer the same quality platform for poets, to generate real visibility for new poets, but also wanted the publication to have its own identity. In this way, Frontier was born.
We are looking for poetry that pushes language forward, for poets and poems that strive to place themselves at the edge of what language can do. But this does not mean that we are only concerned with experimental poetry. We believe that sonnets can be at the frontier, book-length poems can be at the frontier, confessional poetry can be at the frontier—as long as a piece is crafted with exceptional consideration for language & craft, that poem is a fit for us. Check out our What We Look For post to get more details.
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There are 41 completed reports in the past 12 months.
Averages and Boundaries:
30 min | 55.70 mean avg | 58 median | 96 max days
97.56% - avg 55 days(12.50% of rejections are personal)
9 pending responses (5 min | 26 mean avg | 14 median | 55 max days waiting) Note: pending statistics may skew high if some users neglect their data. We recommend querying after the time the market suggests to query.