Summer 2022 Issue

Summer 2022 Issue

We welcome the Summer 2022 Issue of Gyroscope Review to our lineup. This issue is chock full of wonderful poetry by a diverse group of established and emerging poets including—

Jay Aja, Tobi Alfier, DeAnna Beachley, Marjorie Becker, Jean Biegun, CL Bledsoe, James Bohen, Nancy Botkin, Oisin Breen, Rohan Buettel, Susan Cossette, John M. Davis, Jeanne DeLarm, Joseph DiNallo, Carla Drysdale, Scott  Ferry, Harrison Fisher, Alfred Fournier, Susana Gonzales, Ken Gosse, Gloria Heffernan, Maryann Hurtt, Maureen Kingston, Judy Kronenfeld, Kyra Kyle, Danelle Lejeune, Andy Macera, Ben Macnair, Mary McCarthy, Helen Meneilly, Jill Michelle, Daniel Edward Moore, Robbi Nester, Gloria Parker, Jess Parker, Radoslav Rochallyi, Samuel Runge, Kelly Sargent, Jennifer Schomburg Kanke, Claire Scott, Julie Standig, Ralph Stevens, Samn Stockwell, Alison Stone, Thomas A. Thomas, Amanda Trout, Richard Westheimer, Anne Yarbrough, Jon Yungkans, James K. Zimmerman.

Enjoy the wonderful cover art by poet Nancy Botkin, who also has a poem in this issue. It’s the first cover by a non-staff member, and it was a pleasure working with Nancy to get the perfect cover that says, Summer.

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The PDF version is available to read HERE.
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Submissions for the Fall 2022 Crone Power Issue

The Fall 2022 Issue will be our Annual Crone Power Issue, a special issue for women-identifying poets over the age of 50. We like to honor our veteran women poets, those who’ve been writing for years, or who are just starting out.

We’re looking for poems that celebrate the Crone, the older woman with wisdom and life experience. The woman that is bold and brave, and perhaps a little bit vulnerable. We want those honest poems about your life and experiences. Happy, introspective, rage-y. We want to see it all. Crones deserve to be heard, now more than ever.

Submissions open July 1, 2022 and run through September 1, 2022.

We will close early if we get all the poems we need, so submit early. We also close to submissions early for the month if we reach our submissions cap. Put 4 poems in one .doc(x), page breaks in between poems, please, and a 100 word or less bio for the magazine if selected. Please use the name you’d like to be published under. We only accept submissions through Submittable.

If you are not a poet over 50 who identifies as a woman, please don’t submit for the Fall Issue. For the male identifying folks, we open Oct 1, 2022 for regular submissions for the Winter 2023 Issue. No theme, just fine, contemporary poetry.

Please read our guidelines on Submittable

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