SOUTH Poetry Magazine
SOUTH poetry magazine has earned a special place on the poetry scene. It pioneered a unique system of selection aimed at giving all poets the best possible chance of getting published. SOUTH has just reached its half-century. Some earlier issues can be seen online at the Poetry Library website.
SOUTH 56 was sent out to subscribers at the end of September 2017. The reading to launch this issue takes place in Newbury on October 10th. We hope you will come along and make it a great evening of poetry - see Readings page.
The closing date for submissions for SOUTH 57 is 30th November 2017.
IMPORTANT - our PO Box address is:
SOUTH poetry magazine, PO Box 4228, BRACKNELL, RG42 9PX
SOUTH is published twice yearly. It features previously unpublished poems written in English.
Poems are chosen by a selection panel, which changes for each issue. The poets' names are withheld from the panel, to give all poets a fair chance of being published. Around 60 poems are chosen for each issue.
SOUTH features a specially written profile of a well-published poet, accompanied by a generous selection of poems. Book reviews and information for subscribers also appear in each issue. SOUTH encourages the poets it publishes to get to know each other by inviting them to take part in public readings that launch each issue.
SOUTH is run by a management team. The current team is: Anne Peterson, Andrew Curtis, Peter Keeble, Patrick Osada, and Chrissie Williams.
Members of the management team are willing to give talks on all aspects of publishing SOUTH which they can combine with a poetry reading. Contact us if you would like us to visit your group - no fee is asked, except covering our travel costs.