Author: Frontier Poetry

Poetry Terms: Prose Poem, Listing, & Quatrain

Our Poetry Terms series takes a closer look at the words we use when we talk about poetry. These three terms, Prose Poem, Listing, & Quatrain, represent three different architectures of our poems, and while their definitions may be mild on the surface,…

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Why Poems Get Rejected

As a platform for emerging poets, our mission is to be as clear and helpful as we possibly can. The community lifts itself up together or not at all. In that light, we’ve collected a few craft reasons for why…

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Form Resources: The Sonnet

The most radical poem a poet can write today is a sonnet.” — Barton Sutter Often, we’re blocked from learning poetry deeply by the very real barriers of cost and time, especially those of us who cannot afford the MFA…

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Exceptional Poetry From Around the Web

Here’s a short collection of some of the best new poems hitting online journals. Enjoy! “What Use Is Knowing Anything If No One Is Around” by Kaveh Akbar in The New Yorker “There has always been a swarm/ of hungry…

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Poetry Award for New Writers

We are excited to announce our inaugural Poetry Award contest, to be judged by 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry recipient, Tyehimba Jess! The winning poem will be awarded $2000 and publication online // 15 finalists will be recognized as well.…

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Our Submission Window is Year-Round

At Frontier, we will be publishing 3-4 new authors each month through our featured poetry posts every Friday. All year long. We are already scheduling out a few emerging poets who have submitted their work this last month, and we…

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