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Poetry Subjects That Editors See Too Often

 Hi Poets!

Check out this great post from The Rialto, an independent poetry magazine in the U.K.

Editor Michael Mackman offers his take on the types of poetry submissions that he sees too often. Although the editor doesn’t claim to speak for ALL editors, he offers great insight into what goes through an editor’s mind when reading poetry submissions.

Have a look: How Do I Get My Poems Published In The Rialto?

Plus, stay tuned for our forthcoming blog post on the power of sentence length. Seriously. It matters!

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