Students, staff, and residences of Nottingham and its universities, the Nottingham Poetry Exchange is proud to announce that we are now OPEN for submissions for our second issue of Voices.
**Please note that submissions are currently open until the end of April, though due to uncertainty regarding COVID-19 this is subject to change**
To have a chance to be featured in our anthology, please email up to three previously unpublished poems to firstname.lastname@example.org in PDF format.
Unfortunately we are unable to accept simultaneous submissions. That means, please don’t send poems to us if they’ve already been sent off to other publishers – we don’t want to get involved in any legal tangles!
We will endeavour to get back to everybody who submits shortly after the deadline. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer in-depth feedback at this time.
To view last year’s issue and give you an idea of the kind of thing we’re looking for, head here.
We look forward to receiving your poems. ☺
This post was written by Matteo Everett
@MatteoEverett1 is a freelance content creator for Citylife, and has previously written for the Nottingham Post and Explore Politics. He’s also the founder and editor of Trapocul. Matteo edited Impact Magazine from 2016-2017, and has published poetry under the name Teo Eve in 404 Ink Magazine and the ‘Voices’ poetry blog. His microstory, ‘To Be Seen’, is one of the winners of UNESCO Nottingham City of Literature’s ‘MyVoice’ competition.