List of UK Poetry Magazines Accepting Email Submissions

Well, it's a start. I'll add others as and when I hear about them. Check back from time to time and please send me the names of any literary/poetry magazines and journals that accept email submissions that you know about.

Many magazines still prefer postal submissions and will get pretty pissed off if you email them so check before.

Some magazines on the list that accept email contributions also operate submission windows.

Ambit

Envoi

Magma

New Walk Magazine

New Welsh Review

Other Poetry

Shearsman

The Wolf

Agenda (trial period)

Weyfarers

The Cadaverine (under 30)

If you're submitting to U.S. journals, Blogalicious has an extensive list that accepts online submissions.

Comments

  1. Do any UK journals use Submissions Manager or Submishmash?

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    1. Andrew - I'm afraid I don't know. Most of the above just ask for the poems in an attachment or in the body of the email itself. Wishing you a swift return to full health.

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  2. You could add Agenda - "Agenda is to trial a new e-mail only submission policy, starting 1st April 2012." and London Magazine

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    1. Thanks Tim, Rob Mackenzie pointed this one out, too. I'll add it shortly.

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  3. Great idea.

    I would suggest the addition of Ink, Sweat and Tears, Cadaverine (only writers under 30), Weyfarers, Mslexia (only women).

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    1. Thanks Zoe - I'll add the last 3 but save IS&T (which is one of my favourite online mags) for a separate list of e-zines.

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  4. Poetry Cornwall accepts email submissions if you're a subscriber:
    http://www.poetrymagazines.org.uk/magazine/index.asp?id=131

    (Re: IS&T, Horizon Review is an ezine too, so a bit confused about the list...)

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    1. Thanks for pointing that out, Claire. I'll remove it now.

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  5. Ariadne's Thread (http://www.ariadnethread.net) accepts online submissions

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  6. I am glad you posted this. Had such a rubbish time trying to get stuff published. It should not be this hard! Magazines are the next route in my agenda

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  7. I'm so glad that you made such a list that saves our time. Thanks!

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  8. Hi,

    Tribe publishes poetry and haiku in its main magazine: www.tribemagazine.org

    We also publish a creative writing micro-publication through Tribe. Submission details can currently be found at www.facebook.com/thiefmagazine

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