How to Submit Poems to the New Yorker
The New Yorker is a long-established, weekly magazine for educated and informed readers. The publication accepts only two submissions per writer per year. However, up to six poems may be included per submission. Works must be original and unpublished; and it is recommended that they are lively and not overly literate. There are is one way to submit poetry to The New Yorker.
The New Yorker only accepts poem submissions via (Submittable)[https://newyorker.submittable.com/submit/1454/poetry
Send up to six poems (in a single document) per submission, but please do not submit more than twice in twelve months.
They do not consider work that has appeared elsewhere (this includes all Web sites and personal blogs).
They are interested in translations of poems that have never been published in English.
The New Yorker does read all submissions and they strive to respond within six months, but, due to the volume they receive, the wait may be longer.
- 2011 Poet's Market; Robert Lee Brewer; 2010
- Always type your submitted works.
- Include adequate return postage.
- The New Yorker does not accept simultaneous submissions. Do not send poetry that is under current consideration by another publication.
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