Our Spring 2022 issue will feature a tribute to librarians. A librarian is, of course, a person who works professionally in a library, providing access to information, and sometimes social or technical programming, or instruction on information literacy to users.
Poems may be written on any subject, in any style or length, but the poet must be a person works or has worked as a librarian for a significant period of time. Our intention is to highlight the important role librarians play in literature and to highlight to poetic work librarians are producing.
Please submit up to four previously unpublished poems (or pages of short poems) at the same time. The poems maybe be uploaded in a single file, multiple files, or paste/type the poem(s) into the box provided on the next page. Do not include your name or contact information within the file. Do not submit more work in this category until we've replied.
If you have any questions, see our full guidelines.
We're also seeking cover art for this issue, and would be especially interested in cover art created by librarians, but don't hesitate to submit anything relevant. Use our art category to submit art.