New Reader - Poetry (Go to Fiction)



New Reader Magazine is always looking for fresh perspectives and provocative new voices. We want stories about humans and about being human. We are not looking to publish political op-ed pieces, although we’re not completely averse to historical details that might be considered political in a story.

Investigative stories are welcome, as are memoirs and profiles, interviews, etc. of people who are doing interesting things and changing perspectives all around the world—or even in small, secret towns. We’re also looking for fiction and poetry of all kinds, and we especially welcome fiction and poetry that is more experimental and/or defies genre conventions.

All genres and types of poetry are welcome.


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