The Beloit Poetry Journal Guidelines Information

Beloit Poetry Journal Established: 1950

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Twitter: @BPJTweets

Description: The mission of the Beloit Poetry Journal is to seek out and share work of fresh and lasting power. The BPJ has been publishing poetry since 1950.

Editor(s): Melissa Crowe, Rachel Contreni Flynn

Needs: Previously unpublished poems and poem translations.

Payment: No payment is mentioned on the BPJ guidelines.

Tips: The editors say, "We are open to a wide range of forms and styles in contemporary poetry. We are always watching for new poets, quickened language, and work that offers a fresh purchase on the political or social landscape."

Note: They also run the Chad Walsh Poetry Prize and Adrienne Rich Award for Poetry.

How to Submit: Submit five poems or a single long poem during the reading period. The editors say they enjoy long poems.

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Address: Beloit Poetry Journal P.O. Box 1450 Windham ME 04062 USA

This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2019-02-15

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