Issue 11 has arrived! It features stellar work from seven poets:
Stephanie Athena Valente
Thanks for reading. Hope this uncertain era finds you safe and healthy.
The Mantle is pleased to announce these six poems from issues five through eight as our nominations for the 2019 Sundress Publications “Best of the Net” Anthology:
Joanna C. Valente – “When You Ask Me How I Am and I Almost Tell You, I Haven’t Killed Myself Yet” (Issue 8)
Congrats and good luck to these poets! Issue 10 will release in November. You can find submission guidelines here.
Best New Poets is an annual anthology that celebrates emerging poets who have yet to publish a full-length collection. After much deliberation (and a months-long delay in the announcement due to a busy schedule), The Mantle is happy to announce our two nominees from eligible poets we published in 2018:
Click their names to read the nominated poems!
It has been one year since the release of our first issue! Happy to rein in our second year of The Mantle with eight excellent poets. Click the cover below to read!
Issue 5 contributors:
Virginia Bach Folger
Our next issue arrives in November. Submit today!
The Mantle is pleased to announce these six poems from our first four issues as our nominations for the 2018 Sundress Publications “Best of the Net” Anthology:
Nina Sudhakar – Self-Portrait as Cathedral (Issue 1)
Bryanna Licciardi – Fish Love (Issue 2)
Eleonor Botoman – The Diorama (Issue 3)
Layne Ransom – What We Can Bear (Issue 3)
Fayce Hammond – One Genealogy for De/Colonization (Issue 3)
Hedy Habra – Or What Does a Tree Know About Aging? (Issue 4)
Congrats and good luck to these poets! Issue 5 releases on Wednesday, August 1st. You can find submission guidelines here.
Honored to present the fourth issue of The Mantle, presenting ten poems from ten poets:
The issue is available both as a PDF and as a series of linked pages, so you can read and/or share in the way you prefer.
Consider submitting to our fifth issue, which will release on the first of August. Until then, enjoy!
Click the cover image below to access the issue:
Thanks for reading and– always– your support!
James Croal Jackson