Cellpoems 2



2017 01 25
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Editor
Chris Shannon
Email
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Website
cellpoems.org
Submission Guidelines
Read at 'Cellpoems'

Accepts
Poetry

Submission Guidelines

In her poem “Poet’s Work,” Lorine Niedecker said that there was “no lay off from this condensery.”We’re looking for poems that demonstrate the fruit of such labor: strange, profound, weird, and memorable language condensed into 140 characters or less (including title and author’s first initial + last name; previously unpublished work only, please).Use the online submission form linked below to submit poems:Click here to access Cellpoems’ submission form....