Perusing the Inbox

PERUSING THE INBOX: IN SEARCH OF A TAR RIVER POETRY POEM 1.  In the 1964 United States Supreme Court obscenity case Jacobellis vs. Ohio, Justice Potter Stuart declared that he was incapable of “intelligibly” defining hard-core pornography. “But,” Potter famously continued, “I know it when I see it.” 2.  Some time ago the editor of Tar River […]

Three Highlights from TRP’s Annual Report

1.  “Our two open submission periods during this reporting period were September 2016 and February 2017. During those two months we received 3,835 poems. We accepted 93 and declined 3,742—a 2.4% acceptance rate. In 2009 Duotrope.com, a submissions-tracking website for writers, ranked Tar River Poetry as one of the Top 25 Most Challenging Poetry Markets […]