The Pangolin Review: Now Seeking Submissions

Written by Ella Peary

The Pangolin Review is a new online poetry journal based in Mauritius and edited by Amit Parmessur, a poet who (of course) loves poetry. Their first issue was released this year on January 8th, and they plan to release a new issue every other month on the 8th, totaling six issues a year. The most recent edition contains work from around forty poets. They accept submissions from brand new, emerging, and established poets, and they publish poems on any topic (excluding subjects that are needlessly violent or unpleasant). You can read the journal online to get a sense of their style.

Right now, The Pangolin Review is accepting submissions for their third issue, to be published on May 8th. They respond to all submissions within two to three weeks, if not sooner.

Poets may submit up to three poems, no longer than 20 lines each. All submissions should be accompanied by a brief biography. Sometimes, The Pangolin Review will host guest editors. Submitting authors can check their website for announcements about these opportunities.

The Pangolin Review accepts submissions via email, not online or by post. They accept simultaneous submissions, but they do not accept previously published work. Right now, they are unable to pay contributors.

If you would like to learn more or submit to The Pangolin Review, please visit their website at https://thepangolinreview.wixsite.com/mypoetrysite.

 

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