April 2013: a new issue and more

Greetings PQ friends!
Welcome to our new issue of PQ. Please visit the Current Issue to see our latest content. We have a wide assortment of reviews, interviews, and essays for you to enjoy and share. 
We’re excited about this issue coinciding with National Poetry Month. We’ve stocked the issue with plenty to explore: thoughts on sources of inspiration, engagement with the community, and there seems to be a strong music and multi-arts theme in much of this issue’s content. 
In recognition of National Poetry Month, we wanted to see what our own PQ community is up to for the month. Be sure to check out this Community Q &A to see some inspiration for celebrating.  
If you’re interested in writing reviews or other work for PQ, be sure to check out the Guidelines to know where and how to direct your queries and submissions. Remember, we’re always on the hunt for entertaining and insightful blog posts in between issues, so talk to Leslie if you have an idea! Reviews and interviews may be submitted any time, too. 
Thanks, as always, to our magnificent and generous team here at PQ. Our department and contributing editors volunteer their time to share their reviews, ideas, and questions with you. 
We’ve also recently added an intern here at PQ. Kaitlin Keller joins us as Assistant Editor, as part of her publishing internship experience in the Wilkes University MFA program. You’ll see Kaitlin’s been busy with poet Q&As and more. Get to know her better by checking out her bio.  
We hope you enjoy this latest issue and share our links in your social media spheres. We appreciate the word of mouth!
Thanks for your continued interest in Poets’ Quarterly. Like us on Facebook and stay tuned for more great content coming soon.  
Kind regards,  
Lori A. May  
Founding Editor/Publisher

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