Street Light Press is a new online poetry magazine, “looking for poetry that moves us. We don’t care for elaborate use of language–give us your real, your raw, and your intimate.” They are currently open for submissions for their first issue until May 5, 2017. Their web site is still in the works, so the initial/brief submission guidelines are below.
I wondered how and why this press came to be, so I asked founder Kristen Williamson a few questions to find out. See my interview with Williamson and a link to their submission guidelines below.
HOPKINSON: Tell me a little bit about Street Light Press.
WILLIAMSON: Street Light Press is really interested in everyone’s voice. Not just those in academia but anyone with something important and real to say. We want to bridge the gap between community and academia and be a place for all writers no matter where they are in their careers.
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