Golden Sparrow Literary Review 3

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The Golden Sparrow Literary Review is dedicated to the advancement of the reckless fun in promoting art manifested in words that are trying to ridicule or idolize nightmares, philosophy, culture, spicy chicken curry and space tourists. A small magazine with big expectations and a gigantic appetite for contemporary writing, we are looking for new writers and new projects. New means things that haven’t been tried before or things that have been tried before done differently. We are looking for writing with a unique voice.

Golden Sparrow Literary Review


Country of Publication

Unknown United States

Publication Medium & Frequency

E Electronic PublicationPublished 52 x per year.

Poetry Defunct

We are looking for poetry that confuses us, almost. Verse that can keep up with the 21st century attention span. Writing that leaves us with an excitement that is subtle, perturbed and anxious. Non-linear, abstract, surreal, innovative, visual and/or experimental: ‘nuff said.

G General
Poetry Forms:
Experimental poetry, Free verse, Visual poetry.
Experimental, Literary, Surrealist.
TypeLength Details
PoemUp to 40 lines.
We do not list pay specifics. Check with the publisher for details.
N No monetary payment.
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19 Nov 2012
Date Added:
27 Oct 2011