E-zines in this category feature poetry.
A review of Metrical Poetry.
A poetry webzine, featuring poetry in any style, any form.
A monthly poetry e-zine, with poetry and reviews.
An e-journal featuring new poets and translations, updated listings of traditional poems, and resource for people interested in the history of poetry in its various media.
Australian poetry e-zine. New issue every few months with regular news and events updates.
A weekly snap-shot of the poetic Internet.
An online journal specializing in postmodern poetry, poetics and eidetics edited by Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino.
A poetry e-zine open to submissions.
A quarterly webzine, poetry in the zine is also published "in gumball machines".
A poetry ezine accepting submissions year-round.
A quarterly e-zine that publishes both beginning and established writers, as well as a showcase of 3 artists per issue.
A semi-annual electronic journal of poetry.
Quarterly online poetry journal, publishing books, and offering resources to grieving families after the loss of a child thru links and the Mrs. Duck Project.
A monthly webzine of contemporary poesy and art.
Dedicated to the love of the arts, freedom of creativity and the appreciation for Japanese short form poetry. Sponsors contests.
Strong, cutting-edge poems by emerging poets together with new and reprinted poems by established poets.
A poetry webzine featuring poetry, contests, interviews, reviews, and poetry markets.
Publishes poetry, reviews and interviews.
A website with a new poem a day, native american children's stories and children's poetry.
An experimental poetry webzine edited by William Allegrazza.
An online literary journal featuring critical essays, poetry, and book reviews.
Irregularly updated webzine featuring poetry of a darker, experimental nature.
Submission information for a small ezine that publishes experimental poetry.
Includes literary theory articles alongside poetry.
An international digest of world poetry featuring over 30 new poets every month.
A monthly e-zine with an international flavor, featuring work from new as well as established poets and writers, twelve pomms from twelve writers each month.
A literary webzine featuring work written by poets with mental illness.
An online literary journal dedicated to the publication and distribution of quality poetry.
A webzine of poetry and art.
Monthly e-zine of the international community featuring poems, reviews, interviews, forum and competitions.
Quarterly poetry e-zine since 1998.
A biannual webzine of poetry and prose based in Santa Barbara, California.
An electronic poetry journal from the University of Washington.
A frequently updated spinoff of the EastWesterly Review, in which two authors write different poems based on the same title.
The Coffee Press Journal is an e-zine for the creative writer in us all. Come, be encouraged and inspired!
Publishes to the web monthly, and includes audio recordings (in RealAudio file-format), as well as texts, of poems being read by both well-known and lesser-known poets.
An online literary magazine of poetry.
A quarterly webzine publishing poetry and artwork.
Quarterly webzine featuring international poetry, translations, reviews and interviews.
Publishes poetry, offers a poetry discussion group, literary criticism, an annual contest and an archive for light verse. Also publishes some fiction.
A quarterly electronic publication of poetry and fiction.
An online poetry journal of poetry that reflects the author's vision.
A monthly electronic journal of poetry and poetics, literature, art and criticism.
Quarterly poetry journal that accepts submissions in all formats.
A new literary webzine publishing the work of innovative artists with a unique vision.
Publishing a daily poem. Frequently asked questions, archives, and submission guidelines.
A webzine for new and established writers, mainly featuring poetry, but including some creative prose, features and current events poetry.
A monthly poetry webzine publishing contemporary poetry and literature.
Publishes dadaist, surrealist, Outsider, and Outlaw poetry.
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