Saturday, 3 May 2014
Poetry New Zealand International Print Journal
Poetry NZ accepts poetry on any theme, and in any style. Make sure your poems are typed, and are appropriately edited. Please provide a brief, typed biography and a short list of the places where you have been published. What matters most is the quality of the poetry you send us, so do not bother with a long list of achievements or a resume. We do not wish to receive more than five poems in any one submission.
As for essays, we are eager to accept anything related to poetry and poetics. Once again, make sure that your work is typed and thoroughly edited. Essays should not be more than 5000 words in length. Again, we require a brief biography and a list of publications to speed up the process of correspondence.
All writers published in PNZ receive a free copy of the issue in which their work appears.
We do, however, hope that the poets PNZ supports through the publication of their work (and/or the advice and encouragement it offers) will take up subscriptions, and by this means assist in the magazine's growth, development and long term survival.
Submit electronically, at any time, to the following email address:email@example.com
(you can paste your poems in the body of the email or include them as a MSWord file attachment).
This is our preferred option.
You can also submit by post, to the following address:
Dr Jack Ross
School of English and Media Studies
Massey University, Albany Campus
Pvt Bag 102 904
North Shore Mail Centre
Auckland 0745, NZ
(Please remember to include a stamped, self-addressed envelope, and include an email address – or a phone number – in your covering letter).
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