INDIGO DREAMS PUBLISHING LTD

 

REACH POETRY monthly magazine is a successful and popular publication now into its 22nd year.

That speaks volumes for its quality and the loyalty of its poets.

With so many magazines vying for little space, REACH POETRY has found a formula that works.

 

REACH POETRY publishes quality poetry from both experienced and new poets. Formal or free verse, haiku…. everything is considered. No simultaneous submissions please.

 

The fact that it is monthly means that it is a constant in peoples’ lives and great interactivity and involvement is possible through the Readers News and Views letters section, where subscribers comment on and vote for poetry from the previous issue.

 

The 3 poets that achieve the greatest number of votes share a cash prize of £50 (or currency equivalent).

 

Each issue of REACH POETRY has 52 perfect bound pages, and it publishes around 500 poems each year.

 

New subscribers always welcome and you can subscribe to REACH POETRY above or by sending a Cheque or Postal Order made payable to IDP and sent to:

 

IDP, 24 Forest Houses, Halwill, Beaworthy, Devon, EX21 5UU

 

A back copy may be obtained FREE of charge; send self-addressed C5 envelope with large letter stamp attached.

PLEASE NOTE:

 

REACH POETRY always receives far more submissions than  it can publish and during the current C-19 situation is receiving even more. If you have recently submitted and not been successful, may we ask that you leave approx 12 months before submitting again. Many thanks.

 

Please consider The Dawntreader or Sarasvati first when submitting work to Indigo Dreams.

 

We recommend reading a copy prior to submission. 

SUBSCRIBE TO SINGLE, SIX (UK only) OR DISCOUNTED TWELVE ISSUES OF REACH POETRY MONTHLY MAGAZINE.

 

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Send MAXIMUM 2 POEMS to REACH POETRY here.

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SUBMISSIONS NOTE APRIL 2020

 

Reach Poetry has received more submissions over the last few weeks than we have ever experienced and, as we are working with reduced staff in the current situation, a considerable backlog has developed which will take some time to work through. We would therefore ask that no further submissions be made to Reach Poetry until July. We hope you will understand this delay during these difficult times. Thank you. Ronnie