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, Shannon Kernaghan, Nina Knueven, Jane Kretschmann, Aratrika Lahiri, Dotty LeMieux, Eleanor Lerman, Lois Levinson, Lenny Lianne, Mary Makofske, Kimberly Malinowski, Betsy Mars, Richard Matta, Penelope Moffet, Charlene Moskal, CJ Muchhala, Anita Pulier, Claudia Reder, Melissa Ridley Elmes, Laurie Rosen, Stella Saalman, Jeff Schiff, Phillip Shabazz, Kelli Simpson, Annette Sisson, Grace Sleeman, Sarah Snyder, Saheed Sunday, Jon Yungkans, Yvonne Zipter.
Cover art provided by artist Elya Braden.
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Spring 2022 — 7th Anniversary Issue
We are now open for submissions from everyone for the Spring 2022 issue of Gyroscope Review. No theme, just fine, contemporary poetry. We welcome all poets, whether emerging or established. We welcome all types of poems.
The Spring 2022 Issue is our 7th Anniversary Issue. We invite you to hit us with your Lucky 7 poems. There are seven days of the week, seven colors in the rainbow, seven notes on a musical scale, seven seas, and seven continents. 7 is a favorite number of many people, all around the world everyone loves the number 7. Are you one of them? What does “Seven” mean to you? This theme is optional—but fun.
Read the Guidelines, and Submit.