Volume 62 is official

Our launch party on March 26th attracted more than 90 people. We filled the community room at the Princeton Public Library.  An impressive group of poets, some new to the journal and others who have published with us for more than thirty years read their poems in a Quaker-style format, that is, come to the podium when the spirit moves you. Thanks to all the volunteers who worked to bring this new volume to fruition. who shepherded the stacks of books and who contributed to an outpouring of great snacks–all the elements for a successful afternoon.

 We want to give special thanks to Eva Mantell, a New Jersey artist, for allowing us to use her wonderful art. entitled “Poem-a-Day” as the cover image for this year’s journal.  More of her work can be enjoyed at http://www.evamantell.com

We have sent out all the ordered and contributors’ copies. We send by media mail so it might take a while. If you haven’t received yours by May 15th, please contact us.

You can now order a copy of Volume 62 (2017) through PAYPAL.

You can also order copies directly from from us by mail.

Click here to order copies.

Pr Cover US1 Worksheets 2017 (1)

Don’t forget that submissions for the next volume begin on April 15 and end on June 30th. Guidelines are on the website. 

We have posted editors’ choice poems from this volume. Click on Current tab.

If you send a link to your website or blog, we will post it with the list of poets.


We have copies of old issues that we would like to donate to a worthy community-based or high school project. If you know of any place, please forward contact information to us1poets(at)gmail.com. We will make the contact and ship the books free.

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