issues

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,…

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essay

You Do You

No matter what the circumstances, you do you. Almost all Lit mags tell you to read past issues to get a feel for what they want. That’s mostly true. There’s a pattern there, sometimes subconscious, of what the editors are attracted to in a poem. We all have our likes and dislikes, our biases, and prejudices. We try to be aware of our faults and put our predispositions aside. It doesn’t always work. We’re human,…

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announcements

It’s Our Fifth Anniversary and We Have News

We have plenty of news to share with you today: the Gyroscope Review fifth anniversary, a stellar spring issue, and a change to our masthead. Gyroscope Review Celebrates Five Years of Publication The spring 2020 of Gyroscope Review marks five years of publishing this journal, collaborating to bring you voices from far and wide, and refining how Gyroscope Review presents itself to the world. We are so proud of how things have turned out. And…

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The Gift of Poetry This Holiday Season

From Newborn Stars to Old Woman Moon: The 2019 Year-End Anthology Gyroscope Review is pleased to once again present our year-end anthology of fine contemporary poetry just in time for your holiday shopping. This year’s offering, From Newborn Stars to Old Woman Moon, shares the work of all 158 poets who appeared in our pages during 2019 and announces this year’s Pushcart Prize nominees. This special print-only edition makes a beautiful gift for poets and…

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