Each season, The LaHave Review publishes one poem and an interview about craft. The Summer 2021 issue features “Rockaway Beach 110” by Denise Jarrott who then answers three questions. Now at this week’s Mag Stand.
The LaHave Review
Founded in 2019, online quarterly literary magazine The LaHave Review highlights a single poem in each issue with an interview and notes about the poem. The Fall 2020 issue features “As For the Glossy Green Tractor Your Were” by Allison Adair. Past issues include “Flood” by Tara Borin (Summer 2020), “Buttercup” by Emily Tristan Jones (Spring 2020), and “What I Can’t Tell Her” by Ashley Anna McHugh (Winter 2020).
They read poetry submissions year-round and pay $100 CAD per poem for first publication rights.
The journal is named after the LaHave River in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia where the magazine is based and is edited by Michael Goodfellow. Stop by their listing on NewPages to learn more.