We are now publishing under a new title: iARTistas.
We are a publication available for free download for your iPad from the iBookstore on iTunes.
Please download the latest issue from the iBookstore before submitting:
This section of iARTistas will include the traditional written works as you would find in a print journal except we ask that you keep in mind our ABOUT information before submitting.
We like poetry that’s important. Beautiful is not enough. Clever is not enough. We like poetry that reminds us that we’re complicated. Poetry that’s innovative, earnest, driven, aware–it stays with us. And we think all schools of poetry can accomplish the best of what poetry can offer. We’re excited to read your work.
We may ask for you to record works accepted.
Send to Sarah Blake (email: sarah (at) sarahblakepoetry (dot) com).
This section of iARTistas will feature visual poetry, eye poetry, poetry made for the eye instead of the ear. We are looking for all kinds of visual poetry: digital, handmade, photographic, asemic, clean, and dirty. We want to showcase the breadth of visual poetry as it is practiced across the globe, so we are looking for visual poems in a mixture of languages (or asemic texts) and styles. Send up to ten visual poems at a time, preferably as high-resolution images. iPo will feature a selection of four or more pieces of each visual poet’s work, and these works could be in one style or a variety of personal styles.
iPo is edited by Geof Huth: Email submissions to Geof Huth and use email@example.com. Submit poems in the body of the message as you would with any other poetry submission. If you are sending visual works, send a link. If your work is accepted you will be asked for additional materials including but not limited to audio, video and traditional bios, etc. Please note that you should not submit work to us if you are unable to record and/or comply with any of the additional digital requests asked for.