Breadcrumb Scabs: a poetry magazine 33

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About

Breadcrumb Scabs is a monthly poetry magazine about the human condition. Offering free poetry downloads, and cheap print poetry books. A magazine without pretty poetry-- instead, confessional poetry. Love poetry with unflattering, pessimistic imagery. Poetry that makes us feel nauseous. Sentimentality distorted with grittiness. Real human emotion. Specializes in queer poets and women writers, but everyone, internationally, is welcome to read and submit. Recommended for adults only. Guilt. Grit. Sex. Scabs. Breadcrumb Scabs.

Breadcrumb Scabs: a poetry magazineUnited States

Genres, Styles & Subjects

GGeneral 
 Styles:Absurdist, Dark, Experimental, Literary.
 Poetry Forms:Free verse, Prose poetry.
 Subjects:Open to all/most Subjects, including: GLBTQ, Politics/Current Events, Women/Female Issues.

Types & Lengths

PPoemno line limits known

Media & Publication Frequency

PPrint PublicationPublished 12 x per year
EElectronic PublicationPublished 12 x per year

Payscale

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PPoetryN No monetary payment.

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Dates

Date Added:
25 Nov 2008
Last Updated:
02 Jun 2012