The Pocketry Almanack is a nod to the printed pamphlets of the 1700s and the sci-fi zines of the 1950s. Each issue features poetry from six different poets plus original artwork. It is handmade from a single sheet of paper and fits easily into a pocket.
I'm looking for short poems from emerging and aspiring poets who haven't yet been published in a literary journal and have been rejected multiple times by said literary journals.
To fit into the pocket-sized almanack, poems need to be a maximum of 18 lines long (including line breaks) and 45 characters wide. I accept poems in all languages as long as they come with an accurate English translation and are not pornographic, demeaning or racist.
For submission guidelines, see here.