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FIELD: Contemporary Poetry and Poetics

FIELD is published twice yearly, in spring and fall. We accept submissions August through April and usually reply within six weeks, though occasionally we may take longer. Please keep in mind that FIELD is one of the most selective small poetry journals in the country. We suggest you familiarize yourself with our journal before submitting.

FIELD accepts poetry only. Please do not send simultaneous submissions. Translations are welcome if publication permission has been acquired from the author of the original work.

Poems (2-6 at a time) should be submitted through our online Submissions Manager. If you previously submitted work via snailmail, it will be read and replied to as soon as possible; please do not re-submit it online.

Book manuscripts

Manuscripts are considered for the FIELD Poetry Series only by invitation.

We are not currently considering manuscripts for the FIELD Translation Series. There are two books of translation already in the pipeline, and beyond that the series may be suspended or ended. Thanks for your interest, and best of luck.

FIELD Poetry Prize

We regret to announce that we do not intend to award the FIELD Poetry Prize in 2018, and there are no plans in place to continue the contest.

Previous winners of the prize are James Haug (2017), Jeffrey Skinner (2016), Kenny Williams (2015), Carol Potter (2014), Bern Mulvey (2013), Mary Ann Samyn (2012), Mark Neely (2011), Timothy O'Keefe (2010), Amy Newlove Schroeder (2009), Dennis Hinrichsen (2008), J. W. Marshall (2007), Mary Cornish (2006), Jean Gallagher (2005), Beckian Fritz Goldberg (2004), Jonah Winter (2003), Carol Moldaw (2002), Angie Estes (2001), Ralph Burns (2000), Timothy Kelly (1999), Marcia Southwick (1998), and Jon Loomis (1997).


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