Monday, September 22, 2008

Autumn Sky Poetry 11 now live!


Greetings!

The eleventh issue of Autumn Sky Poetry is now online.

Read poems by Michael Brownstein, C.E. Chaffin, Gabriel FyK, Rashmi Prakash, Janice D. Soderling, Scott T. Starbuck, Donna Vorreyer, Ann Walters, Allen Weber, and Martin Willitts Jr.


—It's all about the poetry.

Sincerely,
Christine Klocek-Lim, Editor

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Proof pages are out

. . . to the contributors and my copy editors, so it should only be a few days now.

Friday, September 19, 2008

Now open for December issue submissions

Submissions are now open. Here are the Submission Guidelines:


We are interested in both formal and free-verse.

Submit no more than four poems in the body of an email to: autumnskypoetryeditor@gmail.com. If more than four poems are present, the submission will be rejected.

The word Submission must appear in the subject heading.

Please include a short bio with your submission. We reserve the right to edit bios upon acceptance.

Do not send attachments. Any email with attachments will be discarded unopened.

If your poem includes special formatting, send us an email stating that you wish to send an attachment and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Do not submit poems longer than 70 lines.

After submitting, you will hear from us the during the last week before the next issue is due to go live on the web. In other words, if you submit in April, you will receive a response the last week of May (before the June issue). If you submit in June, you will receive a response the last week of August (before the September issue).

We consider work that has appeared elsewhere, either in print or on the web.

We accept simultaneous submissions with notification.

We do not accept responsibility for lost or damaged submissions.

Do not submit more than once every six months.

There is no payment for contributors at this time.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

the next issue

So, I'm about to begin laying out the pages for the September 15 issue. I've been on a long hiatus from the internet, and I'm hoping that will give me a fresh outlook into poetry. I grew a bit tired of the whole writing thing for a while, and when I take these long breaks (and I always have), I often find that something new has grown into my understanding of poetry.