Poets Network & Exchange, Inc. is a 501.c3 not-for-profit organization. A positive, safe and supportive intergenerational space for poets and writers at all levels. Poets Network & Exchange, Inc. produces and host featured spoken word, poetry readings, creative writing workshops,  panel discussions, forums and a Scholar Lecture Series, literary events, open poetry mic and PN&E Magazine. Poets Network & Exchange, Inc. advocates for reading and literacy.

Poets Network & Exchange Magazine and Blog is the online magazine and blog for Poets Network & Exchange, Inc. We’re the online blog and magazine with a big heart and love for literature.

Magazine Submission Guidelines:
Submissions are accepted via Word Doc attachment. We accept submissions quarterly from poets and writers at all levels, and writing genres.  Look for submission dates.
Poetry: Submit 1 to 3 short poems or 1 long poem (1 page), 12 point font and
Times Roman only!
Prose: Submit a prose piece no longer than two single spaced pages, 12 point font Times Roman only!
*We are unable to offer payment at this time. Authors copyright remain with the author. We  do not accept dual submissions. Credit previously published work!
We love craft, send us your best.

Poets Network & Exchange, Inc.
Email: poetsnetworkandexchange@gmail.com

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