Prose can be whatever length the subject requires. We accept full articles and essays (for either general readers or scholars), reviews of relevant books regardless of publication date, and brief notes that might do no more than explain an obscure allusion or term in a war poem, or serve as exegesis of a passage within a poem. We also accept relevant memoir writings from poets who write war poetry, as well as their thoughts on aspects of craft. Obviously, send only writing that is your original work. Previously published writing is acceptable (revised or not) so long as you own the copyright and tell us about the previous publication so that we can credit the earlier publisher(s). Copyright of accepted prose remains the property of the writer.
Send 1-3 poems (your original work) of any length. Previously published poems are acceptable if you own the copyright and tell us about the previous publication so that we can credit the earlier publisher(s). Foreign language poems are OK if accompanied by a translation into English, and the translation can be very rough (e.g. by a computer translation program); if we want to publish a foreign language poem, we will discuss translation possibilities with the poet. Please include a cover letter with a brief remark about at least some aspect of your poems, e.g. intentions, origin, circumstances, allusions, or creative process. Please include a brief biographical note. You retain copyright control over any of your poems published on this site.