Eastern Structures picks up where Contemporary Ghazals left off, publishing English-language examples of the Middle Eastern form, but now also Korean sijo and Japanese forms such as haiku and tanka—rendered exclusively in the 5-7-5 and 5-7-5-7-7 syllabic structures.
Tips From the Editor
We would advise that potential contributors make themselves familiar with the style and protocols of Eastern Structures before submitting. The best way to familiarise oneself with the magazine, of course, is by purchasing and reading an issue. Issues 1 through 22 and The Complete Eastern Structures Volumes One and Two omnibuses are readily available on Amazon.