Sunday, February 12, 2012

Three haiku markets

DailyHaiku is now reading for their Spring/Summer 2012 cycle. Submit 10 unpublished haiku by email, no later then February 28th. Contributors will receive a copy of the annual DailyHaiku anthology, a nicely-printed book that includes haiku from all of the cycles for that year.

Adventum, a print and online magazine that publishes a lot of creative nonfiction, is now open to submissions.  They don't publish poetry -- except for haiku.  You can submit up to 10 haiku (simultaneous submissions are okay) but there is no payment for accepted pieces.  The submission deadline is May 15th.

Roadrunner is now accepting submissions for issue 12.1.  Submit 5-25 poems (unpublished, not being submitted elsewhere) before April 1st.  Roadrunner is also a non-paying market, but it is a great magazine to be a part of.

Also, if anyone is part of a reading group or book club, you can request free copies of the April 2012 issue of Poetry Magazine for everyone in your group (details here).  You just have to request them by March 23rd.


Charles Gramlich said...

It's been too long since I've written any haiku. I guess I've been out of the mood lately, or perhaps with just no time to really contemplate, which you need for haiku.

Greg said...

Yeah, I haven't written much lately either. They definitely require a certain level of thought or perspective, hard to find when you're always busy.

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