Boston Poetry Magazine is a place for the best writers and poets in the New England area and beyond to submit and read great poetry. From time to time, we will also post a poem in the public domain from a well-known author.

Submit poetry and prose to bostonpoetrymag@gmail.com. Please include a bit about yourself, including name, where you live, and if you’ve been published previously (and where if so).

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  1. I would love to submit some work to your magazine but I don’t see your email address anywhere and is Albany, NY close enough to New England to be considered for publication?

  2. Thank you so much for following my blog. I’m very interested in your Boston poetry magazine. I wish you every success in this regard. I look forward to learning more about your submission guidelines. Peace and blessings. Michele

  3. Thanks very much for your interest in my blog on WordPress, and in particular, part 1 of my extensive poem: A History of Feeling: Dreams & Nightmares. I’m honoured that your magazine took the time to connect.

    If ever there was a time for the poets and the real journalists (disseminating genuine, objective reportage) to speak out against the inhumane and illegal practices of the world’s leading governments and financial institutions, it is now. Hence, the narrative of part 2 looks at the US elite, (the 1% to which I refer in the foreword to on my blog) and its imperialist appetite for global conquest).

    As someone who lived in Boston in the mid eighties while it was still viewed as the “Massachussets Miracle”, a location which offered ample employment for Americans and foreigners alike, (eg. Scottish people like myself), or the huge contingent of Irish men and women seeking work and pursuing the Dream, the city—and its arts culture—holds a special place in my affections.

    I know Boston well; and my wife has also become a connoisseur of your relatively small city (it resembles Glasgow in its size of population and general scale). A great place to work, rest, play and socialise! We’re looking forward to our next visit.

    I’ll be sure to give your magazine a very close read.

    Thanks once again.

    CC Cairns

  4. Thanks for the follow. I really hope you get a chance to read my works as I will read your work from the best poets in the area. I like what Boston Poetry Magazine offers.to poets out there. I will soon turn in a submission and hope you help me get my rhymes out in the world. Thanks again!

  5. Thank you for the “follow!” I wish I could write poetry, but it isn’t one of my “God-given” gifts…lol!

    Anyway, the best to you and please visit anytime…

    Steve Pejay

  6. Just want to say thank you for following my poetry blog. I look forward to hopefully submitting some of my work to you in future. Thank you again.

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