Poetry Partners

We’re looking to build a list of active, engaged contemporary poetry groups and publications from around the world.

If you’ll provide a link to us on the website of your poetry magazine, journal, or online community, we’ll provide a link to your site below.

If you’re interested in becoming a Montreal Prize poetry partner, please send an email with ‘Poetry Partners’ in the subject line to entries@montrealprize.com.


Journals & Organizations


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Blue Met

Blue Metropolis International Literary Festival | An international, multilingual literary festival held annually in Montreal since April 1999.

carte blanchecarte blanche | A volunteer, not-for-profit project published in Canada

ELANELAN | The English Language Arts Network (ELAN) is a multi-disciplinary community of thousands of artists and cultural workers in all regions of Quebec

ENCOREEncore Literary Magazine | An online magazine of original prose, poetry, interviews, reviews and general literary excitement

The Literary Consultancy is the UK’s leading editorial and manuscript assessment service working nationally and internationally.

NZPSNew Zealand Poetry Society | The New Zealand Poetry Society (NZPS) supports New Zealand poets and poetry in its many forms and publishes the magazine a fine line

OWCOntario Writers’ Conference | A premier not-for-profit arts writing and author organization in Canada

Splendors of Dawn Poetry FoundationSplendors of Dawn Poetry Foundation | An African nonprofit poetry foundation based in Ghana, the SDPF is dedicated to promoting African cultural values and tradition through positive, democratic social change

StanzaStAnza | Scotland’s International Poetry Festival


Individuals

 

Candice JamesCandice James | Candice James is the Poet Laureate of The City Of New Westminster, BC

Poetry PoeticsPoetry Poetics | Poetry Poetics: The website of London-based poet Mira Mehta, with a focus on poetry composition, study groups and articles on poetics