Court Green No. 11 (Dossier: James Schuyler)
Court Green is a poetry journal published annually in association with
the Department of English at Columbia College Chicago and is edited by
CM Burroughs, Tony Trigilio, and David Trinidad.
Each issue of Court Green features a dossier on a special topic or
theme. For our 11th issue, we are seeking creative responses to the
work, life, and legacy of James Schuyler. Schuyler, a central figure in
the New York School, is often associated with fellow New York School
poets John Ashbery, Frank O'Hara, Kenneth Koch, and Barbara Guest.
Since his death in 1991, his work has continued to attract an
ever-increasing and devoted audience. For this dossier, we would like
to see fresh takes on and responses to Schuyler's life and work, however
subtle or overt, in poetry and short lyric essays or prose. We expect
to see short lines and long lines, urban and rural landscapes, poems
that freely espouse, that salute that various field, that imitate
Schuyler's inimitable intimism. All styles are welcome. We are not
looking for critical/academic work at this time.
We are reading submissions now through June 30, 2013. We do not accept
more than one submission per poet during our submission/reading period.
Please note that we do not accept more than five pages of poetry (one
poem per page). We will respond by August 31. Submit to:
Department of English
Columbia College Chicago
600 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605
Email submissions are not accepted. Please supply a SASE for
notification only. Submissions will not be returned. Poems submitted
outside our reading period will be returned unread.