Glass: A Journal of Poetry (ISSN 1941-4137) seeks poems for its sixth year of publication. Full information about Glass, including submission guidelines, can be found at our website.
Glass is an online poetry journal that appears two times a year (June
and December). We want to see poetry that enacts the artistic and
creative purity of glass. We seek to promote new and established poets
by publishing their work. We are not bound by any specific aesthetic;
our only mission is to present high quality writing. All styles, forms
and schools of poetry are welcome, though easy rhymes and “light” verse
are less likely to inspire us. All will be judged on the quality of the
content of the poem. We like poems that show a careful understanding of
language, music, passion and creativity and poems that surprise
us. Previous contributors include Rane Arroyo, Jim Daniels, Lisa Fay
Coutley, Sandy Longhorn, Marcus Jackson, and Karen J. Weyant.
This year we will also have two featured theme sections:Rebirth
(Spring/Summer 2013) and Great Lakes Poets (Fall/Winter 2013-2014). Full
submission guidelines available on our website.
Submissions should be sent to our email address and should include up to
four poems pasted into the body of the email. Simultaneous submissions
are accepted. We accept submissions between September 1 and May 31. Please read our submission guidelines