Scribble Magazine is a quarterly magazine published by Tell Us Another One - a creative writing project operating in Rochdale, Bury and Oldham. While Scribble Magazine can be contributed to by anyone, TUAO also run creative writing groups and workshops in Rochdale, Bury and Oldham. For more information visit www.tellusanotherone.org.
EARTH LOVE POETRY MAGAZINE
Earth Love was set up in 2001 to bring the age-old link between poetry and nature into a modern context. The magazine seeks submissions of environmental and nature poetry, the aim being to provide a creative forum where poets can express their views about our relationship with nature in the modern world. Submissions welcome from new and experienced writers. All proceeds are donated to conservation charities. Copies priced at £2.50 or £6.00 for a subscription of three. Send poems with SAE to: PO Box 11219, Paisley, PA1 2WH; or see www.earthlovepoetrymagazine.co.uk for further details.
Publishers of Awen, Bard, Garbaj, Monomyth and The Supplement. We are open to submissions from new and established poets and writers in many different lengths, genres and styles, as well as non-fiction articles and reviews. Artists especially sought. For more information about our publications or to read Awen Online and Review Supplemental, visit our website at http://atlanteanpublishing.web.officelive.com/default.aspx or send a SAE to Atlantean Publishing, 4 Pierrot Steps, 71 Kursaal Way, Southend-on-Sea, SS1 2UY.
DREAM CATCHER MAGAZINE
Dream Catcher magazine reaches about 2000 people from the UK and abroad. It offers and eclectic range of writings from around the world and balances poetry and short fiction. It also attempts to provide short biographies on all contributors as well as book reviews. Editor Paul Sutherland said, "We aim at excellence and diversity. We want to publish the best writing as well as the most diverse. This includes a wide range of minority cultures in the UK as well as from the host culture." To subscribe contact Paul Sutherland at: Jasmine Cottage; 4 Church Street; Market Rasen; Lincolnshire; LN8 3ET; 01673 844325.
THE BLACK LIGHT ENGINE ROOM
From 2011 The Black Light Engine Room will be published in Spring and Autumn, as well as being a bi-monthly performance night based in Middlesborough. We feature the best of the North East's writers and artists, whilst also accepting contributors from all over the world. There are also book and magazine reviews, and articles about writers, books and artists, preferably of an obscure or esoteric nature, as long as they are well written and take some of our readers by surprise. All correspondence/submissions should be marked as such and emailed to: email@example.com and each contributor gets a free copy of the mag!
POEMS IN THE WAITING ROOM
The Poems in the Waiting Room scheme supplies poetry pamphlets for patients to read while waiting to see their doctor. Published quarterly, the three-fold A4 cards are distributed free to the doctors' surgeries, and patients are encouraged to keep them if they wish. The exceptional feature of Poems in the Waiting Room is to provide poets and poems with especially wide exposure. The circulation for the spring 2009 edition totals 30,000, sent to 1400 NHS waiting rooms throughout the country. To submit something contact Michael Lee, Editor, Poems in the Waiting Room, 34 Beechwood Avenue, Kew Gardens, Richmond, TW9 4DE. You can visit the website at www.poemsinthewaitingroom.org or call 020 8876 4379.
The magazine publishes poetry which has given thought to what it is saying and how it is being said. It includes reviews, articles and poetry. Circulation is 120, spread internationally. There are no limitations to submissions. Launched in 1994, it has 40 pages and comes in A4, costing £11 (UK) for 3 issues. Editor / Publisher Sam Smith can be contacted on 01900 812194 or submissions can be sent to 17 High Street, Maryport, Cumbria, CA15 6BQ, UK. You can also E-Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Sam also runs the small press company Original Plus, and is the poetry editor for BeWrite Books (http://www.freewebs.com/thesamsmith/). The journal receives no public funds and depends on sales, subscriptions and donations from well-wishers.
Prize Magazines is a UK-based company which produces a whole range of different magazines offering prizes such as free books. It has run competitions in conjunction with United Press Ltd. The flagship publication of the company is Prizes Galore which has a 100,000 circulation. The company also produces: Cash Prize Puzzles, Lucky Break, Competitions Galore and Prizes Quest. You can contact Alastair Fry on 01865 515 840 or email email@example.com
DANDELION ARTS MAGAZINE
Dandelion Magazine is a non-profit making international publication created by Jacqueline Gonzalez-Marina in London in 1978. Jacqueline has been its editor and Publisher ever since. The aims of the magazine have always been to provide an outlet for peots, journalists and illustrators worldwide. Contributions are welcome, but subscription is a must if seeking publication. All submissions should be accompanied by a S.A.E or an International Reply Coupon. Subscriptions for UK residents is £17 a year. Subscriptions for the rest of Europe - £25 a year (sterling). Subscriptions for the USA, New Zealand, and Australia is £45 a year. Cheque or Postal Order made payable to Fern Publications and sent to Fern Publications, 24 Frosty Hollow, East Hunsbury, Northants, NN4 0SY, England.
Christian-based but often print poems by members of other faiths. Two thirds of the circulation is the UK with the remainder in the USA. Only invite submissions from subscribers. Established in 1985, issued quarterly with 40 pages on A5, charging £8 per annum. 300 copies per issue. Occasionally review poetry books and novels and also publish under Feather Books used by subscribers and a consortium of writers and composers who publish work privately. Editor, Tony Reavell. Enquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel: 01274 563 078
Established in 1973, Pennine Platform is a biannual magazine containing about 60 pages. The 300 circulation is roughly 60% Yorkshire, with a sprinkling overseas. It includes new poems, reviews of published poetry books, essays on poets and poetry, and is always on the lookout for well-made poems which "imitate the speaking voice" and "speak in the mind's ear". Enquiries to the editor Nicholas Bielby who can be contacted on 01274 541015.
POETRY CORNWALL / BARDHONYETH KERNOW
Includes poetry from around the world including Kernewek and Cornish dialect. It includes foreign language poetry with English translations. Great Cornish Poets and a ‘Meet the Editors’ section are regular features plus reviews and articles. It is an international magazine and you can submit up to 3 poems with SAE. See the website for further submission information at http://poetrycornwall.freeservers.com It was established in 2002 and usually has 40 pages. 3 issues are published each year and the magazine is A5 size. Subscriptions are £3.95 per issue or £11 per annum. The circulation is 400 and the poetry contact is Les Merton, editor on 01209 218209. You can send Poetry Cornwall review copies of poetry books and novels. The magazine is a part of Palores Publications that also publish every type of book.
Envoi celebrated 50 years as a small press poetry journal in 2007 under the then new editor, Jan Fortune-Wood of Cinnamon Press. Now in its 53rd year Envoi is published in large format with plenty of room on the page for each poem and has a full colour cover. A subscription costs £15 UK. £20 overseas for three issues a year. As well as featuring an eclectic range of poetry from new and established writers, taking a small group of poems from each contributor, the magazine has a regular poetry competition and a large reviews section. It also has regular guest poets, poetry in translation and interviews. For more information see www.envoipoetry.com and submissions to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
PEACE & FREEDOM
Publishes work which has feeling but is not pretentious. Includes material such as poetry, prose and artwork, particularly with a compassionate and humanitarian slant on environmental and animal welfare issues. Distributed internationally. Submissions of poetry up to 32 lines and prose up to 500 words are invited. Also black and white artwork up to 6x4 inches. The magazine runs 2-3 poetry competitions every year. One is an open poetry competition, and the others are more specialized. The magazine was established in 1985 and usually has 32 pages if A5 and 16 if A4. Issues bi-annually, £10 for 6 issues. Ad rate of £35 for A5 issues and £60 for A4 issues. Insert rate is £50 and circulation is 400. Would like to receive review copies of poetry books and novels. Also publish paperback anthologies of poetry and prose. Email proprietor, Paul Rance on email@example.com.
The philosophy of the magazine is to give openings to first time published poets and all others. Covers all types of material and distributes worldwide. Invites up to six submissions and holds an annual Hastings International poetry competition. Established in 1981, an issue holds 70 pages, distributed bi-annually. Printed on A5 and costs £8. Circulation is 750. Josephine Austin the editor/publisher can be contacted on 01424 423105, fax on 01424 201370 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. First Time also reviews poetry books.
The magazine publishes poetry which has given thought to what it is saying and to how it is being said. It includes reviews, articles and poetry. Circulation is 100, spread internationally. There are no limitations to submissions. Launched in 1994, it has 40 pages and subscriptions are £11 for three issues. Editor/publisher Sam Smith can be contacted on 01271 862708 or email@example.com. He is also the editor for Jacobyte Books (http://members.aol.com/smithsssj/index.html) The Journal receives no public funds, depends entirely on sales, subscriptions and donations from well-wishers.
Publishing the best of modern poetry. Circulated around the UK, it invites submissions of high quality. Runs a poetry competition entitled ‘Poetry Life’ with a £3000 cash prize. Was established in 1994 printing 3 issues a year with 50 pages on A4. Charges £19.50, ad rate per full page of £50 and an insert rate of £50 per 1000. 2000 copies per issue, would like to receive review copies of poetry books and novels. Also publish books. Adrian Bishop, editor can be contacted on 01962 842621, 1 Blue Ball Corner, Water Lane, Winchester, Hampshire, S023 0ER.