Concision Poetry Journal publishes experimental poetry and visual art. While formatting is considered, it takes a back seat to experimenting with language and line. Narrative poetry is generally not accepted.
Tips From the Editor
Read at least the most recent issue before submitting. While there is no specific theme for each issue, the poems accepted for future issues tend to speak to a few of the other poems submitted in the same period. Often, the ideas are relating to and growing out of the previous issue.
Poems published demonstrate how sharp and flexible language can be. The focus is on experiments in line (and sometimes form). Includes reflections on experiments and book recommendations from the authors published in each issue.