Able Muse – Publishing Opportunity

We wanted to share some love with our community and pass along information for other publishing opportunities out there…

Though we certainly hope you’ll still consider submitting with us for our magazine, anthology, or Write for Us submissions.


Today we are featuring, Able Muse.

From their site:

Able Musepredominantly publishes metrical poetry and poetry translation complemented by art and photography, fiction and non-fiction including essays, book reviews and interviews with a focus on metrical and formal poetry. We are looking for well-crafted poems of any length or subject that employ skillful and imaginative use of meter and rhyme, executed in a contemporary idiom, that reads as naturally as your free verse poems. All forms of formal poetry are welcome. We will also publish, occasionally, theexceptional  free verse poem. For an example of what we’re interested in, check the poetry of Philip Larkin, James Merrill, Elizabeth Bishop, Derek Walcott, Marilyn Hacker, Richard Wilbur, Anthony Hecht….

Able Muse seeks to publish established as well as new voices. We read everything and publish only the best. Send your best!

Send only previously unpublished poems. No simultaneous submissions, please. Contributions that have already been published or are being considered for publication elsewhere are not eligible to be considered for publication in Able Muse, unless a cross-publishing arrangement has previously been negotiated.

Please click here for the rest of their submission guidelines. 

Address: 467 Saratoga Ave., #602, San Jose, CA 95129-1326

Website: http://www.ablemuse.com 

Contact: Alex Pepple, editor

 

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