From the submission guidelines for Seattle Review:
We are looking for exceptional, risk-taking, intellectual and imaginative (as if
these two could ever be separated) poems between ten and thirty pages in length.
Between 10 and 30 pages.
I've been working on longer poems--upwards of 50, 60, 70 lines--and thinking that I might not be able to get them published anywhere.
Now, maybe they aren't long enough.
The submissions page includes examples of what the editors consider acceptable, including "a unified sequence of series of poems."
Have any long poems ready to send? You have until May 31.
In other news, round 2 of the Paper Our Walls with Rejection Slips Competition started today. I have nothing to send yet.
But how about you?