Have your work published in Poetry Magazine for $10 per line with a minimum payment of $300. Get $50 per poem that is accepted or $100 for each that is published in the next print edition of Rattle.
You could earn a $1,000 award if your poem is considered to be the best of the year.
Many academic groups will take in your poems and pay you for them.
These can be an excellent springboard for poets who haven’t yet been published to get their names out there in the poetry world: 50 Haikus is a journal that publishes both new and experienced poets in each issue.
These places include such options as the following that work in print and online formats for the most part: Get from $100 to $200 for each accepted poem.
It may take weeks for you to hear back though, what with the Sun getting thousands of submissions each month.
This is the absolute most important thing you can do to win over an editor.
Editors want to see that you’re familiar with the publication.
Maybe a specific poem or an author really interested you – be sure to note that in your pitch!
Most importantly, reading the publication will help you understand what kind of poetry that publication typically likes to see, which can help you create poems that fit perfectly for that publication (or show you that you might want to publish elsewhere that’s a better fit).