Starting in 2014 we have new editors and a new schedule.
Our poetry editors are Sarah Blake, Emma Trelles and Didi Menendez. Place on subject line: MiPO SUB and email to didimenendez at gmail.com.
We do not offer contributor hard copies. We do not accept submissions being considered by other editors/publications.
Please note that we are not accepting works from recently published authors from any of GOSS183 publications unless invited to do so.
Spring- Sarah Blake
Summer – Didi Menendez
Fall – Emma Trelles
Sarah Blake lives outside of Philadelphia with her husband and son. Most of her published poetry is about hip hop superstar Kanye West. Some of her favorite poets include Evie Shockley, Catie Rosemurgy, Brenda Hillman, and Thomas Sayers Ellis. Her own work has appeared in The Threepenny Review, FIELD, Boston Review, Sentence, and many other journals. Every April, she curates a tumblr of micro-essays about poetry: npmdaily.tumblr.com She has studied poetry at The College of New Jersey, The University of Texas at Austin, and The Pennsylvania State University. She is the recipient of a 2013 Literature Fellowship from the NEA. Find out more about her at www.sarahblakepoetry.com.
Emma Trelles is the author of Tropicalia (University of Notre Dame Press, 2011), winner of the Andres Montoya Poetry Prize and a finalist for ForeWord Reviews’ poetry Book of the Year — and the chapbook Little Spells (GOSS183, 2008). She has been a featured reader at many venues, including The Poet and the Poem series at the Library of Congress, the O, Miami Poetry Festival, the Miami Book Fair International, the Mission Poetry Series in Santa Barbara, California, and the Palabra Pura series at the Guild Literary Complex in Chicago. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Best American Poetry, PoetsArtists, Terrain.org, Best of the Net, The Rumpus, the Sun Sentinel, the Miami Herald, Newsday, and others. She is an arts writer and editor, and she teaches creative writing, most recently at the Sanibel Island Writers Conference. In 2013, she was awarded an Individual Artist Fellowship in poetry from the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs.
Editor -in-Chief/Creator/Publisher Didi Menendez