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The American Poetry Review
About The American Poetry Review: The widest range of distinguished poets, exciting new writers, controversial reviews, essays, columns, and interviews.
The University of the Arts
320 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19102-4901
Phone: (215) 717-6801
Simultaneous submissions: no Email submissions: no Online submissions: yes (see website) Reading period: year-round Response time: 3 months Payment: yes Contests: yes (see website) Average pages: 56 Sample copy (postpaid): $4.50 U.S.A.; $5.50 Canada; $10 International ISSN: 0360-3709 Founded: 1972 Issues per year: 6 Distributors: Ingram, Ubiquity, Media Solutions Copy Price: $4.50 U.S.A.; $5.50 Canada Subscription: $23/year U.S.A.; $34/year International
Publisher’s Description: The American Poetry Review is unique in American publishing. With eclectic editing, a newsprint/tabloid format, and a circulation of 10,000, APR reaches a worldwide audience six times a year with some of the very best of contemporary poetry, essays, interviews, columns, and translations. Over the past 39 years, APR has helped to make poetry a more public art form without compromising the art of poetry.
Authors featured in recent issues include Kazim Ali, Robin Becker, Allen Ginsberg, Robert Hass, Brenda Hillman, Tony Hoagland, Claudia Keelan, Yusef Komunyakaa, Dana Levin, Tom Lux, W.S. Merwin, Sharon Olds, Robert Pinsky, Gerald Stern.
"The American Poetry Review began a revolution in poetry
comparable only to that begun by Harriet Monroe's Poetry
in 1912. Sharing the vision of Walt Whitman, it has brought the
spirit of excellence and democracy to poetry, through the directness
of a tabloid newspaper, to the largest poetry audience ever gathered
—Patricia Willis, Rosenbach Museum & Library
The November/December issue featuresd new poems by Sebastian Agudelo, Stephen Dobyns, Kimiko Hahn, Maria Hummel, C. Dale Young, and Dean Young; a conversation with Philip Levine, and much more.
The September/October 2013 issue features Kazim Ali’s “The Astronomer,” Sandra Simonds’s “I am inside the humanities and,” Roger Reeves’s “According to Scholars, Everything,” James Franco’s “Film Sonnet 3,” Katie Peterson’s “Filibuster to Delay the Spring,” plus work from Lucie Brock-Broido, Eavan Boland, Robin Becker, Red Brandfon, Susan Mitchell, Cynthia Cruz, Britta Ameel, Arielle Greenberg, Tony Hoagland, Alex Lemon, Linda Johnston Muhlhausen, Carlos Soto-Roman, John Felstiner, Fleming Meeks, and Alex Dimitrov.
The May/June 2013 issue features Gerald Stern (Bio IV & Other Poems), Claudia Keelan (Do You or Don't You Love Me, Baby?: Finding the Trobairitz), Kathleen Ossip (Are We Fake? Images of Anne Sexton), Anne Marie Macari (Alice Notley's Culture of One), W.D. Ehrhart (Fragments from the life of Robert James Elliot), and poetry by Christopher Buckley, Ross Gay, Ray Gonzalez, and Henrik Nordbrandt.
last updated 10/29/2013