As carbon deep in the mantle of earth’s cratonic zones under exquisite forces became diamond, and as the increased flare of moissanite now produced in the lab usurps the concept of organic, so the poem arrives from the “three times,” past, present and future combined, each a song utterly unique.
As with the finest jewels we invite your brilliance and surprise in sparrowforms of your choosing. Uplift us with your heliocentric currents, waft us to the ground in our parachutes, create and enfold your biteable visions that we might find ancientness among new stars.
Send up to 20 unpublished poems to email@example.com. We accept disjunctively-inspired poetry, the haikuesque, and visual media (paintings, photos, graphics, haiga, etc). We have a rolling submission policy, and often publish weekly. Please view some of the “Artist Statements” for some novel approaches.
Please note: We do not send rejection letters and accept poems within three weeks, after which they are no longer under review.
The minimal, the disjunctive, the contrapuntal, made of edges or fulsome plains; skyward-arching trees of the sparrows, fragile; avoid the all-too familiar lacking a language of birds. Sing to us.
We accept unpublished work: Not appearing on any public online or print source. Closed groups are okay, newsfeeds and blogs, personal websites, no. Please do not submit your unpublished work to other publications during our three-week evaluation period.
Artwork: Our house style leans towards b&w, color-muted, supra’naturalism, interiority, and the informal; send at will. Examples here. (max 615px width, 72-92 dpi; we can size larger to smaller).
Thank you, we look forward to your work,
Richard Gilbert & Clayton Beach, Editors