The Society of Classical Poets Guidelines Information

The Society of Classical Poets Journal Established: 2012

Accepts Email Submissions: yes

Website URL: http://classicalpoets.org/

Twitter: @Classicalpoets

Description: The Society of Classical Poets was founded in 2012. The non-profit is dedicated to the revival and proliferation of good, new poetry. The organization publishes poetry online and in its annual journal. The SCP's journal contains poetry as well as essays, reviews and art.

Needs: Poetry, essays or analyses on poetry and poetry translations.

Payment: No payment.

Tips: The guidelines describe five themes the SCP generally only accepts submissions on.

SCP provides the following tip: "Some type of meter, such as iambic pentameter, is preferred but not absolutely required. An easy way to give your poem some structure is to count the number of syllables per line and make sure they are the same (give or take a syllable)."

How to Submit: Submit by email and include the poetry in the email body or in an attached Word file. Do not submit more than five poems in a single months.

Guidelines Url: http://classicalpoets.org/submissionguidelines/

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

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