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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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Hot (Poetry) Fun in the Summertime

Gyroscope Review Issue 19-3 is now available and ready to go to the beach with you. The cover, produced from a woodcut by our own editor Constance Brewer, flaunts its beachy-ness, begging you to grab your flip flops, a cooler full of something good to drink, and head to your favorite summer spot for some time alone with this season’s collection of poems. Authors in this issue include Steve Anderson, Micki Blenkush, Carol L. Deering,…

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Announcing our Winter 2019 Issue

We are pleased to offer you the latest issue of Gyroscope┬áReview, a collection of poetry to get you through the rest of the winter. Thirty-eight poets share their sharp, elegant snapshots of wintery landscapes, cozy spaces, important relationships, and those ordinary moments that unexpectedly shift our vision. We offer both print and Kindle editions available through Amazon HERE. We also, as always, offer our PDF version right here on our website, available HERE. Come on…

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Our Fall 2018 Crone Issue Celebrates Women Poets Over 50

We welcome you to explore our special fall 2018 issue of Gyroscope Review: The Crone Issue. This highly-anticipated issue surprised us by eliciting an intense response from poets who sent work for our consideration. We are so grateful to have opened our doors for a demographic that is too often pushed aside even as they have powerful words and visions to share. This issue offers 41 authors, some of whom are not over-50 women poets…

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