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12th Planet Literary Journal, 4111 Circle Court, Suite 1, Williamsville, NY 14221. Email twelfthplanet@worldnet.att.net. Website http://home.att.net/~baronr/index.htm. Rachel Baron, Editor. 100% freelance. “We are a quarterly online journal (no print editions yet) that publishes poetry that relies on imagery and clever word-smithing. We occasionally publish essays with a satirical bent, though these are few and far between.” Welcomes new writers. Prefers electronic submissions. Circ: n/a. Quarterly. Pays on publication. Publishes ms 1-3 months after acceptance. Buys 1st electronic rights and the right to have work archived on our website. Also, one time reprint rights should we publish a hard copy "Best of" issue, in which case the author would receive additional payment. Accepts reprints where author gives prior publication credit. Responds 1-2 months. Sample online. Subscription free. Guidelines online at
http://home.att.net/!baronr/guidelines.htm
CURRENT NEEDS: “Imaginative poetry that makes use of imagery. Little rhyming poetry or ‘greeting card’ variety finds its way into our journal.” Pays flat fee of $10 per poem. Submit up to 3 poems within the body of an email message or by mail with SASE.
PHOTOS/ART: Prefer original art, but will consider photos, especially B&W. Pays $10 per piece.
HINTS: ” We receive many submissions that do not follow our stated submission guidelines. Please read our guidelines: editors like to see that you have enough of an interest in their publication to do your homework. Also, since our publication is free and accessible on the Internet, please read some poems to see if they fit our style.


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