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Are You Ready For National Poetry Month?

It’s the 25th Anniversary of National Poetry Month, and Gyroscope Review is ready to celebrate! What’s New For the month of April, we will be featuring 30 past Gyroscope Review Poets and promoting their work. Promopalooza! Look for upcoming and recent books, links to purchase, audio files where you can hear a poet read a favorite poem, and answers to questions including “What was your publication journey like?” Drop by every day in April to…

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The Winter 21-1 Issue

The Winter 21-1 Issue of Gyroscope Review has arrived! Filled with poems addressing the world as we know it, and the world as we’d like it to be. Read diverse voices such as: Paul David Adkins, William Blackburn, Michael Boccardo, Nancy Botkin, Susan Campbell, Elise Chadwick, Sudasi Clement, David Colodney, Dale Cottingham, Shannon Cuthbert, Martins Deep, William Doreski, Howard Faerstein, Karen George, Marissa Glover, Stephen Ground, Cordelia Hanemann, Anna Idelevich, Kimberly Jarchow, Lily Kardon, Kathleen…

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Gyroscope Review 2020 Anthology Available Now

The 2020 Gyroscope Review Anthology is here, just in time for the holidays! Get all 4 issues from 2020 in one convenient magazine. This year’s anthology is titled, “Lockdowns and Work Arounds”, due to the unusual nature of 2020 and how we’ve had to deal with Covid 19. Explore reactions from around the country and world to coronavirus, protests, politics, and more. The 2020 Anthology is only available in paperback from Amazon. Grab a copy…

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The Crone Power Issue Fall 2020

We are delighted to offer the new issue of Gyroscope Review – The Annual Crone Power Issue. This issue features a fantastic cover by Assistant Editor Elya Braden and 50+ poems from women-identifying poets over the age of 50. These are powerful poems offering a range of diverse voices for today’s uncertain world. They show how a mature woman identifies to herself and to others. The poems are a celebration of the older woman and…

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