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The New York Quarterly
**Currently on hiatus and not accepting new submissions.**
About The New York Quarterly: Since 1969, the New York Quarterly has been devoted to excellence in the publication of the best cross-section of contemporary poetry.
P.O. Box 2015
Old Chelsea Station
New York, NY 10113
Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: no Online submissions: yes (see website) Reading period: year-round Response time: 4-6 weeks Payment: copies Contests: no Distributors: Ubiquity (print) / Ingram (online) Average pages: 176 Sample copy (postpaid): $10 ISSN: 0028-7482 Founded: 1969 Issues per year: 4 Copy Price: $10 Subscription 1 year: $35
Publisher's Description: The New York Quarterly was established in 1969 by editor William Packard out of a growing concern for the pure craft and technique of poetry writing. We are not so much interested in schools or fashions or aesthetic theories or critical estimates as we are in those principles of poetry which cut across any and all schools.
For forty years, NYQ has featured the most eclectic cross-section of contemporary American poetry, craft interviews with outstanding poets on the general subject of style and prosody and technique, informational articles on poets and poetry — materials of lasting value to the practicing poet.
Recent contributors include Marge Piercy, David Lehman, Timothy Liu, F. D. Reeve and W.D. Snodgrass.
last updated 03/19/2013