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San Pedro River Review: Night

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, December 29, 2018
San Pedro River Review: Night
 
San Pedro River Review is an international perfect-bound journal of poetry and art. It is named for the ancient river that flows north from the mountains of SonoraMexico, into Arizona. We have a strong interest in poetry of Place and the relationship between lives and landscapes. Most importantly, we seek a sense of concision, an economy of language with a keen focus on voice and image. Each fall, we make nominations for the Pushcart Prize.
 
January 1st to January 31st, 2019 - Theme: NIGHT. NO Gothic or horror. The poem needn’t be about night per se, but night needs to be integral to the poem: the world at night, including twilight, dawn and false dawn. Night shift/late shift workers. Night trains, diners, motels, truck stops, bars, train stations, gas stations; fairs, carnivals and circuses at night. ERs and other 24-hour workplaces. Night driving, flying, and other sundown travel. The neon-lit night, insomnia, landscapes at night, whores, hitchhikers, drinking alone at night, radios and other music venues by night. Warfare at night. Bodies of water at night, flora and fauna, nocturnal hunters -- human and animal, night fishing, celestial navigation, midnight Mass. The effects of night — as in the morning after.  Night terrors or panic; imagined monsters under a child's bed. The nights of a particular season, the weather at night, night birds, ball games at night, lovers at night, burglars and other night crimes (no gratuitous gore), streetlights and those who walk through them. Ekphrastic poems on night or nocturne paintings and photographs. Porch lights, 3:00 am sorrow, campfires and torch lights. A search called off for darkness, people entering or leaving tenements at odd hours. Someone who sneaks off before dawn.
 
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San Pedro River Review: Night

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, December 29, 2018
San Pedro River Review: Night
 
San Pedro River Review is an international perfect-bound journal of poetry and art. It is named for the ancient river that flows north from the mountains of SonoraMexico, into Arizona. We have a strong interest in poetry of Place and the relationship between lives and landscapes. Most importantly, we seek a sense of concision, an economy of language with a keen focus on voice and image. Each fall, we make nominations for the Pushcart Prize.
 
January 1st to January 31st, 2019 - Theme: NIGHT. NO Gothic or horror. The poem needn’t be about night per se, but night needs to be integral to the poem: the world at night, including twilight, dawn and false dawn. Night shift/late shift workers. Night trains, diners, motels, truck stops, bars, train stations, gas stations; fairs, carnivals and circuses at night. ERs and other 24-hour workplaces. Night driving, flying, and other sundown travel. The neon-lit night, insomnia, landscapes at night, whores, hitchhikers, drinking alone at night, radios and other music venues by night. Warfare at night. Bodies of water at night, flora and fauna, nocturnal hunters -- human and animal, night fishing, celestial navigation, midnight Mass. The effects of night — as in the morning after.  Night terrors or panic; imagined monsters under a child's bed. The nights of a particular season, the weather at night, night birds, ball games at night, lovers at night, burglars and other night crimes (no gratuitous gore), streetlights and those who walk through them. Ekphrastic poems on night or nocturne paintings and photographs. Porch lights, 3:00 am sorrow, campfires and torch lights. A search called off for darkness, people entering or leaving tenements at odd hours. Someone who sneaks off before dawn.
 
Submit 1-3 poems



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