Poets’ Quarterly publishes in-depth reviews of poetry books and chapbooks, recognizing new works from both emerging and established poets. The interview series aims to showcase the overall scope of work poets contribute to their society. Through these avenues, Poets’ Quarterly aims to emphasize the importance of poetic contributions to the literary community – and the community-at-large – and to recognize both the diversities and commonalities expressed through this art form.
In addition to reviewing new works, Poets’ Quarterly aims to
feature poets who are actively involved in their communities. Yes,
writing is a solitary profession but the life of a poet is most often
community based. Through public readings and discussions, workshops and
mentorships, collaborations and interdisciplinary experiments, today’s
poets are active and engaged in the broader sense of community. Poets’ Quarterly aims to expose some of these community efforts while speaking to the body of a poet’s literary works.
Please review the Submission Guidelines if you are interested in contributing to Poets’ Quarterly.
For events, partnerships, or similar business, contact Publisher/Founding Editor, Lori A. May at info@ poetsquarterly.com. No submissions or review requests sent to this email will receive a response.
The views and opinions expressed by contributors do not necessarily reflect those of PQ.