In their introduction to the Spring 2022 Speckled Trout (4.1) online poetry magazine, Kevin J. McDaniel, Founder, and Nancy Dillingham, Associate Poetry Editor, share that the issue includes “poets from wide-ranging backgrounds and locales share their unique takes on life’s trials, its foibles, and the diverse paths that connect us all in this human experiment,” with works from Anjail Ahmad, Ann Chinnis, Christine Cock, Joe Cottonwood, Chris Ellery, David Ford, Robert Gibb, Babo Kamel, Erren Kelly, Bruce McRae, Marda Messick, Jesse Millner, W. Barrett Munn, Charles Rammelkamp, John Reed, and Jan Schmidt. The Fall 2022 (4.2) publication will be a print issue with “freedom: as the guiding theme.” Specific submission guidelines will be announced on September 1, 2022, so check them out now to see if you might have a good fit for submission!
Deadline: October 15
Speckled Trout Review is planning a special print issue on the theme of CRISIS for its Fall 2020 (2.2) publication. In a lifetime we experience crises of the heart, the mind, and the body, as well as global crises—the present COVID-19 pandemic, racial unrest and social injustices, natural catastrophes, and many others that leave indelible impressions. We want to hear from poets whose speakers come out stronger after a crisis. The deadline is Oct. 15. Please read the guidelines carefully before submitting. Specific guidelines can be found here: speckledtroutreview.com/2019/08/04/welcome-to-my-blog/.
Speckled Trout Review seeks poetry for their Spring 2020 issue. They love good storytelling. Deadline to submit is April 15. There is no fee. Learn more…