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We love sharing Panoply with our readers and contributors. It’s a labor of love – and also expense. Bandwidth and more. So, while we do not plan to charge submission/reading fees for regular issues, we’ve added a voluntary donation button. You’ll find it on the right-hand side of the page, complete with the PayPal logo. If you enjoy it as much as we do, please consider making a donation.

Issue 4 is set for August 19. It’s another joy of riches and beauty for us. This time, we’re featuring a sestina, a pantoum, a sonnet, a “punk sonnet,” works by a middle schooler and 2 international contributors, poems featuring poets of yesteryear (Neruda, Rimbaud…), a fistful of humor, and other remarkable writing. We can hardly wait to share it with you!

Thanks for visiting Panoply.

Andrea, Jeff, and Ryn

Six Questions for … Panoply

Thanks to Jim Harrington for featuring us in his blog, “Six Questions for…” We hope you find this interview illuminating and helpful. FYI, Jim does this weekly, so check his blog for similar interviews with other editors. What a great free service!

For some reason, we cannot get this link to work. Please cut and paste this url into your browser to reach the “Six Questions for…” blog. Thanks!

http://sixquestionsfor.blogspot.com/2016/08/six-questions-for-andrea-walker-jeff.html

 

Issue 3, Spring 2016

Let’s hope it’s a long spring, long enough for you to read this jam-packed issue with 60 pieces. . Thanks again to our contributors and readers! Please click the link to view Issue 3. Issue 3 – Spring/Summer 2016. We’ve added head shots to the author bios. In the meantime, the writing is powerful, lovely, vivid. We hope you enjoy it!

(To navigate back to the Issue 3 home page, please scroll down and click the corresponding “Recent Post” choice on the right-hand side, or use your Back button.)

For Issue 2, click here: Issue 2 – Winter 2015/6 Issue 1, please click here: Issue 1, August 2015

Issue 2, Winter 2015/6

We’re thrilled to publish Issue 2 of Panoply. Thanks again to our contributors and readers! Please click the link to view Issue 2.  Issue 2, Winter 2015/6 We’ve added hyperlinks to improve layout and facilitate navigation. In the meantime, the writing is powerful, lovely, vivid. We hope you enjoy it!

(To navigate back to the Issue 2 home page, please scroll down and click the corresponding “Recent Post” choice on the right-hand side, or use your Back button.)

If you’d like to view Issue 1, please click here: Issue 1, August 2015

Guidelines

Pieces will be accepted on their merits. Please limit submissions to 3 items per issue (poetry and prose considered as separate entries). Flash fiction and flash non-fiction will be considered in each category, limited to 500 words. To maximize diversity, we publish no more than one work per contributor per issue. We read 100% blind, so do not include your name or any other identifying information.

Please do not submit previously published work. Simultaneous submissions are ok, but please let us know promptly if your work has been accepted elsewhere.  We generally do not notify submitters until after the submission period has closed and all pieces have been reviewed.

Submit one MS WORD document in .doc or .docx with each piece beginning on a new page. Do not include your name or any other identifying information. Instead, submit a separate cover page with your contact information, the name(s) of the piece(s), and a biography of 75 words or less. Please use a popular font such as Calibri, Arial, or Times New Roman, 12 point. We prefer single-spaced formats, except when alternate spacing is a deliberate part of the layout.

Hard copy will not be accepted and will be destroyed. We adhere strictly to our deadline (US Central time zone). Any submissions received after 11:59 pm of the closing date for the Call will be automatically rolled into the next submission period for consideration. Thanks for thinking of panoplyzine.com!

Premiere Issue is Here!

The pieces can be found at https://panoplyzine.com/Issue-1-August-2015/So let us know which you liked. What did you enjoy and why? Feedback helps! Thanks.

Table of Contents

Ad Patres ~ Joshua Eric Williams
April ~ Roberto Carcache Flores
Aubade Barometric ~ Jenny Root
Church of the Civil Engineer ~ Jonathan Travelstead
Conference at Night, 1949 after Edward Hopper ~ Michelle Hartman
Deer Springs Inn ~ Susan Feathers
Define the Universe-Give 3 Examples ~ Ann Clark
Desperation Births the Mermaid ~ Celia Homesley
The Dirt ~ Glen Armstrong
DollhouseLaura Sobbott Ross
Dominatrix ~ Karen Braucher
Ending the Game Early ~ Kenneth Pobo
Guatemalteca ~ John Oliver Simon
Hat Pin Voyeurism ~ Travis Blair
Honeyed Love ~  Stephanie R. Johnson
Horn Section ~ Matthew Lippman
Intersection Route 59 & Airmont Road ~Cindy Rickey
Jade Bangle ~ Laryssa Wirstiuk
Julia Rehearses Her Obit ~ Sandra Soli
Kicks on 66 ~ Michael Brockley
Lacuna ~ Melissa Leighty
Life Is-Transition ~ Michael Lee Johnson
The Man Who Slept 23 Hours a Day ~ Joel Allegretti
The Meadow ~ Janelle Rainer
Mercado ~ Sylvia Vaughn
Morning Prayer ~ Jeanette Drake
Neighborly ~ Mercedes Lawry
The Opposite of Still Life ~ Caroline Shea
Pallbearer ~ Kevin Casey
Porch Bed ~ Anthony Burnett
The Salamander Heart ~ Marie Lecrivain
Skeeter’s Wife Speaks ~ Ann Howells
Sometimes a Visit Is a Fable ~ Jessica Kidd
Sunrise Bungalow ~  Jota Boombaba
Tennessee Williams’ Closet ~ Robert Wynne
Thieving Quantums ~ Thomas Sabel
Tuesday Afternoon in Texas ~ Elina Petrova
Unbreakable ~ Alan Gann
The Unspeakable ~ Dorene O’Brien
Urban Distress ~ Strider Jones
Wait for Me ~ Mike Beck
What She Brought ~ Steve Klepetar
Why the Blues Sometimes ~ Amy Holman