| poetry society home | landmarks home | search | contact |
 

Poetry Landmarks of Britain

Poetry Magazine

Acumen

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: This magazine publishes well crafted poetry, by famous poets and newcomers, in a variety of accessible styles. Its articles are stimulating, intellig...
see more

 

Aesthetica: A Review of Contemporary Artists

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Aesthetica: A Review of Contemporary Artists is an independent York based literary magazine that managed and run by Cherie Federico and Dale Donley. ...
see more

 

Ambit

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: AMBIT MAGAZINE: poetry, art, fiction, reviews, quarterly since 1959. Sponsored by Arts Council England, AMBIT was started in London in 1959 by Dr Mart...
see more

 

Anon

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Anon stands out for its anonymous submission procedures, selecting poems purely on the basis of the words on the page. There is also a children's sect...
see more

 

Antiphon

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Antiphon provides a showcase for the best in British and international contemporary poetry and reviews. Their on-line magazine is published four times...
see more

 

Artemispoetry

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: This is a major magazine for women's poetry. It is published twice a year - in May and November. It includes a comprehensive review section, essays an...
see more

 

BANIPAL

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Banipal magazine publishes poets from all over the Arab world in English translation
see more

 

Bare Fiction Magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Bare Fiction Magazine publishes poetry, fiction, short plays, reviews and articles. Launched in 2013, Bare Fiction is fast becoming a popular newcomer...
see more

 

Bolts of Silk

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Bolts of Silk is an online poetry journal sharing 'beautiful poetry with something to say'.
see more

 

Caduta Arts Review

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: It's a very cool little magazine, promoting new talent in the arts, alongside more established names, and with a particular focus on odd and neglected...
see more

 

coffee house poetry

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: This is a great new small press magazine featuring the writing of new and established voices - a great boost for North Wales and publishing poetry fro...
see more

 

E-Sheaf Magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: This year Sheaf magazine celebrates it's 25th Anniversary. The new magazine contains a few words by Andrew Motion as well as an interview and new work...
see more

 

Envoi

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Envoi is a magazine with a long history that goes back to 1957. Past editors are: JC Meredith Scott, 1957 - 1981; Bob Wesley, 1981 - 1982; Bob Castle,...
see more

 

erbacce poetry journal

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: erbacce (It rhymes with 'apache' and is Italian for 'weed')is a radical poetry journal now entering its fourth year; it has published THE best poets f...
see more

 

Exiled Ink! magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: The magazine is unique in providing an insight into dislocation and cultures of exile, both through the voices of exiled writers and through their lit...
see more

 

Fuselit

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Established in 2005 at UEA by poets Kirsten Irving and Jon Stone, Fuselit is a hand-made (and now electronic) poetry, prose, artwork and sound journal...
see more

 

Hippopotamuse E-zine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Hippopotomuse is a brand new e-zine and quarterly journal produced in association with Waterstones Walsall. Waterstones Walsall is committed to encour...
see more

 

Incandescent Poetry Magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: New Poetry Book/magazine of high quality. Submissions being considered now.
see more

 

Inclement (poetry for the modern soul)

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: A superb magazine, now in its eighth year, with a warm and friendly ethos, strives to give all poets a voice.
see more

 

Incorporating Writing (ISSN 1743-0380)

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Incorporating Writing (ISSN 1743-0380) was launched in Autumn 2003 by Bixby Monk, Samantha Morton and Andrew Oldham. Its readership has grown to over ...
see more

 

Iota

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Long-established quarterly passed on after 58 issues by founder David Holliday to Bob Mee and Janet Murch in the summer of 2002. Still going strong af...
see more

 

Leeds Poetry Weekly

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: the magazine is the most controversial - some might say notorious - in the UK with its savage attacks on the poetry establishment especially the so-ca...
see more

 

Littoral 'Nature and the Spirit'

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: new magazine and press (Littoral Press) 4 poets published so far and 4 issues of the magazine
see more

 

London Grip online cultural magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: London Grip is an online cultural magazine publishing poetry and excellent articles on subjects of international interest as well as showing online ...
see more

 

Modern Poetry in Translation

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Translated and original poetry, short essays and reviews. Sponsored by Arts Council England, MPT was founded in 1966 by Ted Hughes and Daniel Weissbor...
see more

 

Monkey Kettle

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Monkey Kettle magazine describes itself as "a Milton Keynes counter-culture waiting for a culture". Since 1999 this lo-fi, independent magazine has be...
see more

 

Neon Highway

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Neon Highway Avant-garde Literary journal PUBLISHES: POETRY and ART Submissions of innovative poetry to be sent to the editor: Alice Lenk...
see more

 

Obsessed With Pipework

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: A welcoming six year old quarterly magazine of new poetry "to surprise and delight" - gives space to poems (one to a page) and poets (no limitations o...
see more

 

Open Wide Magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Open Wide Magazine is one of the UK's biggest and most successful magazines, not only in the UK but all over the world. A true supporter of poets and ...
see more

 

Orbis International Literary Journal

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: What makes Orbis a sight worth seeing? 80 pages of news, reviews, views, letters, features, prose - and quite a lot of poetry. Current requirem...
see more

 

ouroboros review

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: ouroboros review is a new poetry and art journal which will appear on-line quarterly and in print biannually. Ouroboros is committed to publishing new...
see more

 

Oxford Poetry

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Oxford Poetry is the oldest dedicated poetry magazine in the UK today. With editors and contributors as significant as Auden, MacNeice, Geoffrey Hill,...
see more

 

Parameter magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Newly launched magazine of contemporary writing in fiction, poetry and essays.
Aiming for quality of material.
see more

 

Poetry London

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: This magazine publishes excellent poetry and is an important resource for finding out about poetry events
see more

 

Poetry Nottingham International

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Poetry Nottingham was founded by Nottingham Poetry Society in 1946 and accepts submissions and subscriptions world-wide. An excellent read.
see more

 

Poetry Review

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Britainís longest-running and most prestigious poetry magazine features unrivalled poetry coverage with international recognition in arresting design....
see more

 

Poetry Scotland at the Callander Press

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: We are a poetry magazine with an associated publishing activity (or vice versa). We produce a lively broadsheet style magazine and very beautiful craf...
see more

 

Poetry Wales

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Founded in 1965, Poetry Wales is a quarterly magazine with an international outlook and an international reputation for fine writing and criticism. Un...
see more

 

Prole

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Prole is a triannual journal of prose and poetry. We publish high quality, accessible writing and have the reader at the heart of everything we do.
see more

 

Raw Edge Magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: In 2005 Raw Edge Magazine has been publishing for 10 years. 16,000 copies per issue of this new writing magazine are distributed throughout the West ...
see more

 

REACH monthly poetry magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Infomation about Indigo Dreams Press - Contact Address: 8 Reynolds Court Hildersley Ross-On-Wye HR9 7NE Contact for details of publicat...
see more

 

Read This Magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Read This Magazine is the only independent Edinburgh-based arts magazine aimed primarily at showcasing the works of brand new and never-before-publish...
see more

 

Sand Press

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: The Press that has grown out of 'Sand' magazine is an important stepping stone to acceptance as a poet in this region and beyond.
see more

 

Sentinel Literary Quarterly

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Sentinel Literary Quarterly (SLQ) is the online magazine of world literature published by Sentinel Poetry Movement and edited by Nnorom Azuonye - auth...
see more

 

Sentinel Poetry (Online)

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Sentinel Poetry (Online) has been publishing good poetry, interviews and reviews from all over the world since 2002. Although founded and edited by a...
see more

 

SMOKE

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Because it is a simple, cheap, quality magazine which has promoted consistently good work for over 25 years. I suppose it is the man behind this and ...
see more

 

SOUTH Poetry Magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Founded 1990 as a poetry magazine for the southern counties of England. Now has contributors from all parts of the UK and overseas. Published each Apr...
see more

 

Stand Magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Stand recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. Founded by the late Jon Silkin, Stand is now under the general editorship of Jon Glover. Published app...
see more

 

Stride magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details:
see more

 

Tears in the Fence

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Tears in the Fence is a forward-looking magazine that is not afraid to take risks. The editor, David Caddy, is ever on the look-out for the new, unusu...
see more

 

The Cadaverine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: One of the best e-zines in the country, specialising in the work of writers under the age of 25.
see more

 

The Cleave

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: The webzine for Cleave Poetry, a new poetic form.
see more

 

The Coffee House

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: This is an innovative journal edited by Deborah Tyler-Bennett. It has an international reputation, publishing poets from Australia, America, The Czech...
see more

 

The Dawntreader

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: It has fulfilled a poetry niche since the demise of Moonstone and has perfect linking of poetry and prose in a holistic manner
see more

 

The English Chicago Review

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: New small press poetry magazine publishing poets from anywhere and everywhere.
see more

 

The Ephemera

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: The Ephemera is a bold new literary magazine publishing fiction, poetry, essays and critical articles.

see more

 

The Frogmore Papers

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: The Frogmore Papers have been published without a break for more than twenty years, bringing the work of established and emerging poets to a wider pub...
see more

 

The HQ international poetry magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: HQ is a successful international magazine that has been part of the cutting edge scene for over a decade: publishing new original talent, if the quali...
see more

 

The Lampeter Review

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Outstanding new online literary mag, based at trinity St David'd, Lampeter. Features exciting work by established and energing authors across the genr...
see more

 

The Liver Bards

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: The Liver Bards brings together new and imaginative writing from the Merseyside area. It draws on talent that previously hasn't been given a platform ...
see more

 

The London Magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: The London Magazine: From the 1700's until the present day, The London Magazine has played a vital role in the literary world. First founded in 17...
see more

 

The North

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Contemporay poetry, reviews, articles, features. Published twice yearly. Annual subscription £10 (UK), £16 (overseas)
see more

 

the Orphan Leaf Review

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: I publish this poetry and prose magazine, a unique venture, with contributions and sales world-wide, stocked by the National Poetry, the Scottish Poet...
see more

 

The Quiet Feather

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: A quarterly literary magazine that publishes fresh, lively work in almost every printable genre - creative non-fiction (especially travel writing), sh...
see more

 

The Reader Magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Published quarterly since 1997, The Reader is the only magazine that offers the whole literary mix: new fiction and poetry, classic and neglected work...
see more

 

The Red Wheelbarrow

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: A magazine of poetry and opinion (poem-related prose: interviews, essays, reviews, criticism)--each issue features poems around a particular theme and...
see more

 

the Rue Bella

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: The Rue Bella magazine has been in production since 1998, putting together collections of poetry peppered with a few short stories. As well as publis...
see more

 

THE SEVENTH QUARRY SWANSEA POETRY MAGAZINE

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: A magazine with an international perspective. Poets from UK, America, Japan, Israel, Australia, Romania, Serbia, Sicily, Argentina, China published i...
see more

 

theScribe Magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: theScribe has been gathering momentum for four years and now produces two successful issues per year. submissions are considered by and from Leeds Uni...
see more

 

Trespass Magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: "Without contraries (there) is no progression." William Blake A bimonthly arts, music and literary magazine with an edge, Trespass is a beautifull...
see more

 

Turbulence

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Small press poetry journal established in 2009 which publishes poetry from around the world.
see more

 

Two Review: A Journal of International Poetry & Creative Nonfiction

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Rebecka Mustajarvi at the The Poetry Society in London recommended we share our journal on Landmark since we are seeking poets and writers from abroad...
see more

 

TYPE

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Published three time a year (October, February, June) £13 subscription TYPE consists of a forty-four page double booklet containing a selectio...
see more

 

untamedwords

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: It is a small press magazine that basically is open to anyone to submit poems, short prose, articles (on anything pretty much) and artwork!
see more

 

Vallum

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Vallum is a bi-annual, print magazine of new poetry, interviews, reviews, visual art and feature articles. Edgy and sharp, Vallum promotes the best p...
see more

 

Veral Magazine of Wordsinhere

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Versal is a print magazine published in The Netherlands. We are looking for poetry and work from UK writers. We accept email submissions at poetry@wor...
see more

 

Warwick Words - Festival of Literature and Spoken Word

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: 6 - 9 Ocober 2005


see more

 

Words on the Wyre

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: An anthology of verse celebrating the Wyre region of Lancashire - its geographic, historic and cultural diversity
see more

 

Words-Myth

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: I began this online quarterly poetry journal in 2006 when I was residing in Houston, Texas. I returned to Devon in Oct 2007 and have continued to run ...
see more

 

www.ospreyjournal.co.uk

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: Best online magazine to come out of Scotland
see more

 

x magazine

 

(Poetry Magazine)

details: x magazine is unique because it publishes poetry and prose from around the world in a format interesting to non-writers
see more

 

 
© Poetry Society 2003
Information from this website can be copied for private and personal use. All and any other reproduction is expressly prohibited, unless it is authorised in writing in advance by the Poetry Society.