Posts Tagged ‘Rattle’

CFS: Love Poems

Spring is here and love is in the air. Rattle is looking for your love poems!  Now through October 15, 2013, the journal will be accepting submissions for love poems of any kind.  Read here for complete guidelines. The editors will also be considering narrative essays about love poetry.


CFS: Speculative (SF) Poetry

Most of you know that Rattle devotes part of every issue to a specific theme.  What you may not know is that Rattle is currently looking for speculative (SF) poetry!  This submissions window has just opened.  Take a look here for more guidelines.

CFS: A New Kind of Review for Rattle

Tim Green, Editor of Rattle, has recently issued this challenge to Rattle’s readers and reviewers: write a different kind of review.  In the new “Note on Style” listed on Rattle’s E-Review guidelines, the kind people at Rattle ask reviewers to “bring in as much of their personal experience with the text as possible.”  Rattle has plenty of books for review.  See this list. For a more complete discussion about this challenge, see Tim’s blog post for today.  And then, take up the challenge.  I know that we all have works to write, books to read, and life to live, but poetry needs all the love (and promotion) it can get.