Nine Muses Poetry
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Nine Muses Poetry is a webzine edited and managed by Annest Gwilym, poet and occasional short story writer. It features all forms of poetry by new, emerging and established poets, showcasing the best of contemporary poetry. It also features a Special Challenge - a different image uploaded at the beginning of each month inviting poets to respond to it.
Country of Publication & Year Established
United Kingdom||Established in 2018
Publication Medium & Frequency
|Electronic Publication ||Electronic Publication||Published on a rolling basis.
- Open to a broad Audience.
- Poetry Forms:
- Open to all/most Forms.
- Open to all/most Styles, including: Literary.
- Open to all/most Topics.
|Poem Poem||Up to 45 lines; Up to 2 pieces.|
- We list broad pay categories rather than payment specifics. Check with the publisher for details.
|No monetary payment No monetary payment.|
| OK|| No|| No|| No||Text format submissions |
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Last Updated: 19 Aug 2020
Date Added: 21 May 2018
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