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Online magazines

"I'm just using a screen instead of an easel to do what we've been doing for hundreds of years. Ever finger-paint? If that's the Mac metaphor then the PC version is like painting with chopsticks - and someone else got all the prawns!"

from 'The Reed Heads' by Loss Pequeno Glazier in Anatman, Pumpkin Seed, Algorithm (Salt, 2003)

These are online poetry magazines, usually in the form of a website. The internet has become a major source in the publishing of poetry. While there are many unmediated sites around, the following list is of Online magazines that follow an editorial policy that is similar to that of traditional printed poetry magazines. In some cases there will be both a printed and online version of the same magazine. It is advisable to read the submission guidelines for each site regarding layout and format of your work, before sending it to the Online magazine.

Dead King Magazine

http://www.deadkingmag.com

Ditch Poetry

http://www.ditchpoetry.com/

Do Not Look at the Sun

http://www.donotlookatthesun.com

Ekleksographia

http://ekleksographia.ahadadabooks.com/

Enigma

http://enigmamag.wordpress.com/

eSkylark


Eye to the telescope

http://eyetothetelescope.com/contribs.html

Fade

fadepoetryjournal.tumblr.com

Falcon Editions

http://www.falconeditions.com/

Fascicle

http://fascicle.com/

Five Dials

http://www.fivedials.com/fivedials

Flea, The

http://www.the-flea.com/

Foame

http://www.foame.org/

FourXFour Poetry Journal

www.poetryni.com/fourxfour

Fox Chase Review

www.foxchasereview.org

Free Verse: a journal of contemporary poetry & poetics

http://english.chass.ncsu.edu/freeverse/

Ginosko Literary Journal

http://www.ginoskoliteraryjournal.com/

Great Works

http://www.greatworks.org.uk

H-ngm-n

http://www.h-ngm-n.com/

Harlequin, The

http://www.theharlequin.org/


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