Currently poetrypea.com is seeking haiku and senryu. We welcome haiku from the experienced and beginners and all points between. Please listen to our podcasts, read the haiku on the site and check the submission topics, so you have an idea of what we are looking for.
Please submit poems that have not been published in any journal, ezine, magazine, book, personal website, or youtube. Facebook groups and workshops, twitter and Instagram are not considered published and those poems are acceptable to submit.
Poetrypea.com requires first publication rights, including first electronic rights, for work accepted and poetrypea.com should be noted as place of first publication.
Poems submitted to us must be the original work of the submitting poet and must not be under consideration by any other publication or contest. Following on-line publication with us, all rights revert to the author. poetrypea.com reserves the right to publish any work accepted for publication for any future podcast, print or electronic anthologies and/or retrospectives of the Poetrypea publications and podcasts.
There is currently no payment for publication, nor free copies of anthologies or journals, sorry.
Submission to poetrypea.com is deemed as an acceptance of these conditions.
New for 2020
In 2020, I’m delighted to say that the haiku pea podcast will be starting its third series. Please send a maximum of 10 verses from which I will select up to three verses, per month, per poet, one of which will be read on the podcast and all the accepted verses will be printed in a quarterly journal.
If you have questions please email Patricia.
How to Submit Poems
Please submit up to 10 poems via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and put submissions in the subject line.
Please do not add attachments, put the haiku or senryu in the body of the text. Thank you.
You should receive an acknowledgement within two weeks of your submission. If this doesn’t happen please just email me or contact me in a direct message via twitter (@thepoetrypea) just to make sure I’ve received your work. Thank you.