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Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review
About Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review: One of the longest-running poetry journals in the country. “I like the look of it, the feel of it—the taste of it.” —William Stafford
PO Box 66
Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943
Phone: (434) 223-6315
Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: no Reading period: year-round Response time: 1-6 months Payment: copies Contests: no ISSN: 0190-6135 Founded: 1975 Issues per year: one Average pages: 115 Copy price: $7 Sample price (postpaid): $7 Subscription (Ind) 1 year: $7 Subscription (Inst) 1 year: $14
Publisher’s description: For over thirty years, the Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review has been publishing the work of both emerging poets and the nation’s (and the world’s) best known poets. From our quiet corner of rural southside Virginia, we’ve, in recent years, printed work from John Burnside, Maurice Manning, Lisa Jarnot, Eleanor Wilner, John Kinsella, Lavinia Greenlaw, Stephanie Dunn, and many others. We also have a long tradition of publishing poetry in translation – publishing, among others, poems by Jaroslav Seifert (for the first time in the US), Miklos Radnoti, Yves Bonnefoy, and Vicente Huidobro in past and recent issues
The review is published at Hampden-Sydney College, located in Hampden-Sydney, Virginia and was founded here in the early 1970s by poets Tom O’Grady and Michael Egan. The magazine is published once a year and invites submissions of poetry and poetry in translation. Please see our website for more information and guidelines.
Contributors to #38 include Mary Kovaleski Byrnes, Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor, Todd Davis, Paul Dickey, Stephen Dunn, Sarah Edwards, Julian Farmer, Jessica Greenbaum, Lisa Grove, Charlene Langfur, Karen An-Hwei Lee, Alexis Levitin, Cleopatra Mathis, Ana Minga, Hannah Faith Notess, Jacquelyn Pope, Rebecca Givens Rolland, Mary Ann Samyn, Thom Satterlee, Allison Seay, A. E. Stallings, David Thacker, Lee Upton, Carmen Váscones, Wendy Videlock, Jeanne Murray Walker, Lu You and Tang Wan, Eleanor Wilner, Valerie Wohlfeld, Liang Yujing, and Linda Stern Zisquit.
The 2011 Issue of HSPR, #37, ncludes new work from John Kinsella, Lavinia Greenlaw, Billy Collins, Maxince Scates and many others. We are also happy to have enacted a quiet re-collaboration between our cover artist, the renowned children's book author and illustrator Alice Provensen, and poet Nancy Willard. This year's 4x4 touches on questions of influence, music and solitude and features responses from Connie Wanek, Reginald Flood, Dennis O'Driscoll, and Lavinia Greenlaw.
Last updated 01/21/2013