issues

Winter Issue 2022

Welcome to 2022! The Winter Issue of Gyroscope Review is available for your reading pleasure. 76 pages of pure poetry joy to brighten up your winter. Issue 22-1 of Gyroscope Review brings you 50 fine, contemporary poems by the following poets: Matthew Andrews, Susan Auerbach, Marilyn Baszczynski, Nancy Botkin, Jeneva Burroughs Stone, Lorraine Carey, Susan Carlson, Patrice Claeys, Beth Copeland, Susan Coronel, Carol L. Deering, Scott Ferry, Catherine Field, Carlene Gadapee, Karen Greenbaum-Maya, Stephanie Kendrick,…

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Living in Laconia by Ruth Holzer

Gyroscope Press is proud to present Living in Laconia, a chapbook by Ruth Holzer. Praise for Living in Laconia: In his Figures of Thought, our late poet laureate Howard Nemerov paraphrases Mark Twain:  “The difference between the right word and the exactly right word is the difference between the lightning bug and the lightning.”  In Living in Laconia, Ruth Holzer startles us with thirty pages of lightning, each exquisite poem a dazzling, memorable strike.   —Sander…

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Pushcart Prize Nominees

Gyroscope Review is pleased to offer the following poems as our nominees for the Pushcart Prize. You can read all the poems on this page, although you might want to check out the back issues and see the other fine works contained in each issue. Every year it’s very difficult to limit ourselves to 6 poems out of the over 200 we publish. After a lot of reading and discussion, here are our nominees from…

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Year-End Anthology 2021

Just in time for the holiday season! The Gyroscope Review Year-End Anthology for 2021. All 4 issues of Gyroscope Review (Winter, Spring, Summer, Crone Power Issue) are all in one handy volume. 286 pages of poetry goodness featuring over 200 poems and poets. This issue is print only, so grab your copy today. Fine reading for those long winter nights, and a chance to send a copy to a friend or relative before Christmas. Due…

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