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Wisconsin Poetry Journals

Cannot Exist
$4 at local bookstores or send check, or via credit card on blogsite. First issue is out (Feb. 2008)
Editor:
Andy Gricevich, cantexist@gmail.com
3417 Stevens St.
Madison, WI 53705
http://cannotexist.blogspot.com/

The Deronda Review
A continuation of The Neovictorian Cochlea, mainly poetry. Expository blank verse especially welcome. Mindy Aber Barad, Co-editor for Israel. Publication intended as a bridge between Israel and the West.
Editor: Esther Cameron
P.O. Box 55164, Madison, WI 53705

Lake City Lights
Original, unpublished poems.
DeForest, WI
lakecitypoets.com e-mail: editor@lakecitypoets.com
Editor: Jerry McGinley

The Madison Review
Published by the University of Wisconsin—Madison Creative Writing program.
The Madison Review, University of Wisconsin, Department of English, Helen C. White Hall, 600 N. Park Street, Madison, WI 53706
mendota.english.wisc.edu/~MadRev/main.html
Editor: undergraduates

Midwest Prairie Review
Charges a $10 submission fee; no payment to authors. Not recommended.
Madison, WI
continuingstudies.wisc.edu/writing/midwest-prairie-review/index.html
Managing Editor: Laurie Scheer

M0bius: The Journal of Social Change
Fiction and poetry dealing with themes of social change.
Madison, WI
mobiusmagazine.com e-mail: demiurge@fibitz.com
Poetry Editor: F.J. Bergmann

Portage
Online literary journal dedicated to promoting creative work from the upper Midwestern region. Run and edited by undergraduate students at Carroll University, we publish literary writing, art, music, film, and cultural commentary. Our goals are to promote conversation about the diversity offered by the region, foster growth within the upper Midwestern creative communities, connect upper Midwestern writers and artists to each other and the larger literary and artistic worlds, and explore what it means to live and create in the upper Midwest. Submissions are open from September 1st through December 1st. Please visit http://portagemagazine.org for more information. Questions? Contact portagemagazine@gmail.com.

Rosebud
Quarterly; contemporary fiction and poetry with rotating themes.
P.O. Box 459, Cambridge, WI 53523
www.rsbd.net
Poetry Editor: R. Virgil Ellis

Verse Wisconsin
Quarterly print and online journal under the editorship of Sarah Busse and Wendy Vardaman.

http://www.versewisconsin.org/

Wisconsin People & Ideas
Quarterly; Wisconsonian articles, artists and authors; traditional or experimental poetry.
1922 University Ave. Madison, WI 53705

www.wisc.edu/wisacad/ e-mail: review@wisconsinacadamy.org
Poetry Editor: John Lehman

Wisconsin Review
Thrice yearly; mostly free verse.
800 Algoma Blvd. University of Oshkosh, Oshkosh, WI 54901
(920) 424-2267

Women in REDzine
UW-Madison's first Multicultural Women's Art and Literature Magazine: We are looking to broaden our base and get excellent submissions from across the world, but we still love Madison best. Our magazine publishes poetry, fiction, and art.
http://www.womeninredzine.com

Yahara Journal
Annual; poems, short stories and artwork by MATC students.
Madison Area Technical College, 1330 Anderson St. Madison, WI 53703
www.matcmadison.edu/studentlife/yaharajournal/
For info: 246-6576
or dkirchberg@matcmadison.edu


Wisconsin Presses

Centennial Press
A dream actuated in a bar on the Western outskirts of Milwaukee.
P.O. Box 170322, Milwaukee, WI 53217-8026
centennialpress.com • e-mail chuck@centennialpress.com
Editor: Charles Nevsimal

Cowfeather Press
Publishes and promotes the work of outstanding poets who engage with their material, as well as with their local communities, in exemplary ways.
cowfeatherpress.org
Editors:
Sarah Busse and Wendy Vardaman

Desperado Press
Currently run by a sect of fourteenth-century Trappist monks. In the off hours when they aren’t printing the best of American poetry, they are crafting exquisite Belgian beers.
P.O. Box 285, Slinger, WI 53086
desperadopress.comeditor@desperadopress.com
Editor: B.J. Best

ghost pony press
Independent small publisher of contemporary American poetry.
P.O. Box 260113, Madison, WI 53726-0113
www.geocities.com/Paris/4614 e-mail irmarkha@students.wisc.edu
Editor: Ingrid Swanberg

Little Eagle Press
Dedicated to publishing books of poetry and short prose in combination with visual imagery.
P.O. Box 684 • Baileys Harbor, WI 54202
littleeaglepress.blogspot.com • e-mail littleeaglepress@gmail.com
Editor:
Ralph Murre

Parallel Press
Publisher of poetry chapbooks since 1998; part of the General Library System at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.
parallelpress.library.wisc.edu

Rescue Press
Publishes work by creative thinkers of all kinds. A library of chaotic and investigative work..
1220 East Locust Street #209 • Milwaukee, WI 53212
rescue-press.org • e-mail rescuepress@gmail.com
Editor: Caryl Pagel

Silver Buckle Press
A working museum of letterpress printing, part of the General Library System at the University of Wisconsin; publishes exhibition books and broadsides.
236 Memorial Library, 728 State Street, Madison, WI 53706
www.library.wisc.edu/libraries/SBP/ • e-mail sbp@library.wisc.edu

Director: Tracy L. Honn


Radio & Audio

Blunt Factory Records
Produces spoken word tapes by Sobriety and other local poets.

e-mail: sobrietynop@hotmail.com

Mind's Eye Radio
Literary arts radio show aired on WORT
, 89.9 FM, the second Monday of each month at 1 pm; audio recordings for sale; written and produced by local poets and essayists.
609 E. Washington Ave.,
Madison, WI 53703
www.mindseyeaudio.com e-mail: kelly@mindseyeaudio.com

Radio Literature
Literary radio show produced by a collective on WORT
, 89.9 FM, Tuesdays 7-7:30 pm; local writers, women writers, writers for cildren, and more.

Call WORT at 256-2001

Sparkle Dog
Wendy Schneider has been involved in the field of audio production for the past 18 years and has owned her own recording studio in Madison since 1995. She is also a record producer and song writer, making records for numerous independent artists in the Midwest. Recently she started the Sparkle Dog record label to release children's stories and poetry in an audio format. She records dialog and produces soundscapes to bring stories to life. She is looking for submissions to the label to be considered for its first release.

Call Wendy at 226-0908 or e-mail btype35@aol.com