Publisher: Rattle Foundation Established: 1995 Frequency: quarterly Website URL: https://www.rattle.com Twitter: @RattleMag Description: Rattle's mission is to promote the practice of poetry.Rattle has published over 2,200 poets including over 400 first time poets. Then they appear online several months after that.Real poetry is timeless, of course, so usually it doesn’t matter—but this is the age of information.

On average, poems in Rattle are published six months to a year after they were submitted. Due Dec. 31, pays $50. Editor Elliot Jessett elliot@rattlemagazine.co.uk. Rattle is accepting submissions of poetry based on artwork from Kari Gunter-Seymour.

Entry fee: No fee. Rattle does not accept work that has been previously published in print or online books or magazines (we DO NOT consider self-publishing to blogs, message boards, or Facebook as publication for this purpose). RATTLE is pretty simple: We love poetry and feel that it's something everyone can enjoy. We look for poems that are accessible, that have heart, that have something to say.

This is part of Rattle’s monthly Ekphrastic Challenge, in which the magazine challenges writers to create a poem based on a different piece of visual art each month. Established writers, including Philip Levine, Jane Hirshfield, Billy Collins, Sharon Olds, Gregory Orr, Patricia Smith, Anis Mojgani, have appeared in Rattle, although the magazine also prides itself on its publication of new and emerging poets. Regular Submissions Please read these submission guidelines carefully. www.rattle.com Call for Magazine submissions accepting Literary pieces. Commercial Requests Neal Oade sales@rattlemagazine.co.uk.

Contributors to the print magazine receive $200 and a complimentary one-year subscription. Rattle’s mission is to promote the practice of poetry.

And then we publish them.

Sponsor: Rattle Magazine.

While Rattle later released a statement apologizing for the exchange, and expressing a commitment to re-examining its submissions policies and editorial guidelines, the incident raised questions about the logic of “blind submissions,” as the magazine’s NYC issue seemed to prove that, far from limiting bias, the policy maintained an unrepresentative status quo.

You’ll have one month to write and submit your poems. Rattle is an American poetry magazine, based in Los Angeles, California.Rattle was founded in 1994; the magazine is published by the Rattle Foundation.

Established writers, including Philip Levine, Jane Hirshfield, Billy Collins, Sharon Olds, Gregory Orr, Patricia Smith, Anis Mojgani, have appeared in Rattle, although the magazine also prides itself on its publication of new and emerging poets. The editors encourage simultaneous submissions but not previously published poems.

Rattle is an American poetry magazine, based in Los Angeles, California.Rattle was founded in 1994; the magazine is published by the Rattle Foundation. The Rattle Foundation is an independent 501(c)3 and not affiliated with any other organization.