Beech St. Review is a poetry journal dedicated to publishing poetry that is unafraid to show the callouses from the labor that created it. We want work with dirt & grease still on its hands, work that concerns itself more with honesty than aesthetic, but still respects the craft. Poetry unafraid to show its rough, unsanded edges, or the scars on its hands.
Beech St. Review will publish quarterly, with issues coming out in the months of January, April, July, and October. Some issues will be loosely themed, some will not. Be sure to read our submission guidelines for details.
We believe that artists should be compensated for their work. Regrettably, we are not able to offer monetary compensation at this time; however, we will nominate work for any eligible awards (including Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net), and will seek to continue a relationship with our contributors beyond the issue they appear in. We encourage contributors to keep us updated on their success in other markets so that we may help promote them.
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