Cream City Review - Poetry (Go to Fiction)

We like strong, vivid images and language that moves the poem and the poet somewhere and take us with them. We like poems that don’t shy away from feelings, or that work towards an understanding of why we shy away from feelings at all. We like energy in our poems, kinetic and potential, and sometimes both at once. We like and encourage experimentation, and poems whose form enriches the content, not only visually, but aurally as well, so send us your weird ways of thinking, feeling, and being in the world—whether that’s a sonnet or an erasure or a form we haven’t even seen yet.

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Market Submission Schedule
  • Submission Window - Aug 1, 2019 thru Oct 31, 2019 (Begins 70 days from now)
  • Submission Window - Jan 1, 2020 thru Mar 31, 2020 (Begins 223 days from now)

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Multiple Submissions?: Yes
Simultaneous Submissions?: Yes

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