An international literary journal from 1984 to 2018, Verse now administers the Tomaž Šalamun Prize.
Strange sort of poetry magazine which doesn't accept submissions. What happens, do the poems just materialise, or do the editors just publish their mates' poems?
FYI, Verse has been open to submissions for approx. 11 of the past 13 years. As of 2007, we had so much unpublished material (600+ pages) and were accepting work so far in advance that we decided to stop taking submissions rather than add to the backlog.The idea of just publishing one's friends is an interesting one, though. But not quite as interesting as poems just materializing. We'll look into ways of making that happen.
2008 is almost over. Accepting submissions yet?
We're going to open up to submissions in 2009, so please stay tuned. The submission process will be different than before, because we're now publishing 20-30 pages by each author (10-15 authors/issue) and paying contributors.
Hello! I'm new to this site, and would like to contribute to Verse whenever this will indeed become possible. Will a note to that effect be posted here?Happy New Year!
Dear Brian, Are you accepting books to be considered for possible review on the website? If yes, where do we send?Sincerely,Craig Santos Perez
Yes, we're still open to receiving reviews and review copies. Before sending a book review, the author should query, though, in case we've already assigned the book to someone else.
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