Psychology Tomorrow Magazine, an exciting publication that exists at the intersection between psychology and art, is seeking poetry submissions. 

Psychology Tomorrow Magazine‘s content explores the practice of psychology as an art in all of its beautiful and complex possibilities, and presents artwork that is illustrative of the rich cognitive and emotional experience inherent in creativity. Discovering and showcasing artists, writers and psychotherapists who push boundaries and challenge readers and viewers is utterly central to our mission.

PTM includes regular columns, feature essays, profiles, interviews, and reviews, as well works by contemporary visual, performance, and literary artists that examine issues of identity, self-reflection, sexuality, consciousness, and interpersonal relationships.
 Poems of any aesthetic temperament that fall within any of these broad categories would be very welcome, as would those that confront existential concerns and ontological questions.In its short history, the magazine has featured the work of poets Sarah Arvio, Joan Larkin, Honor Moore, Zoe Greenberg, Eleanor Lerman, Betsy Bonner, Edward Field, Mary Anne McFadden and David Bergman. We’re interested in work from emerging and establishes artists alike. Our website has heavy traffic, with more than 2,000 visitors a day, so your poems would be in a highly visible space and have the chance to reach beyond the usual poetry audiences.

For this issue, we’ll be accepting poetry submissions for another three weeks until Sunday, October 26.

To submit, please send up to five poems to charif@psychologytomorrowmagazine.com with a very brief cover letter and bio.

Art Credit: Mikel Durlam

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