Call for submissions: Fall 2022 (4.2) (print issue)
Submission window opens September 1, closing November 7, or until filled.
The poet Robert Frost remarked: “Freedom lies in being bold.”
In our Fall 2022 (4.2) print issue of Speckled Trout Review, we are looking for your best, bold poems on the theme of FREEDOM.
Editors of Speckled Trout Review welcome submissions of unpublished poetry (nothing previously published in an electronic publication of any kind or in print) for its Fall 2022 (4.2) print issue. Poets can paste up to 4 poems, followed by a 50-word writer’s biography and mailing address, in the body of an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note: attachments will go unread. Poems with overt political messages are not for Speckled Trout Review. Simultaneous submissions are fine, but please share the good news when a poem finds a home elsewhere. For any questions about submissions or Speckled Trout Review, reach out to us at the above e-mail address.
For contributors whose work appears in either a fall or spring issue, we ask poets to acknowledge Speckled Trout Review as the original publisher of the poem(s) in any subsequent publication thereafter. We reserve the right to archive accepted poems on the Speckled Trout Review website indefinitely and to publish work in a future anthology.
Kevin J. McDaniel, Founder of Speckled Trout Review
Nancy Dillingham, Associate Poetry Editor