MiGoZine, as an imprint of Paloma Press, was originally intended to produce handmade books and ephemera. In 2017, we came out with limited edition poetry chaps to mark the 50th anniversary of San Francisco’s Summer of Love as well as the 55th death anniversary of Marilyn Monroe, Hollywood icon and author of Fragments: Poems, Intimate Notes, Letters. Regrettably, we found the whole process (of letterpressing and binding) a major production of nightmarish proportions (!), so we decided to shelve the project. Three years later, we’ve resurrected MiGoZine as an online lit mag featuring occasional and culturally bound poems which speak of our shared experiences—in other words, poetry as a future historical source.
We are very grateful for the opportunity to read your poetry.
We publish unsolicited political poems, and consider previously published work.
We accept simultaneous submissions, but ask that you let us know as soon as possible if your piece is accepted somewhere else.
Please send up to 3 current event poems with your bio in one word document via email (subject line: last name + current event), to editor [at] migozine [dot] org.
There is no fee to submit.