Eye Flash Poetry Journal

"in the Gardens. We danced
the Gay Gordons and wore
youth on our lapels
like poppies.

'All of my angels
are men,' your mother said.
And every afternoon then
was a simple song."

- from 'Song for Iris' by @MMcGill09, originally printed in @EyeFlashPoetry
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From our founding in 2017, Eye Flash Poetry has been dedicated to showcasing and supporting emerging voices in contemporary poetry from across the world and has grown in popularity ever since.

Eye Flash Poetry produces a printed magazine twice a year, edited by Charlotte Begg, Anna Britton, and an eclectic mix of talented guest editors. From our call for submissions, open periodically throughout the year, we chose the content for the magazine. Alongside Eye Flash magazine, we publish 'pocket poetry pamphlets', collections of twelve poems that explore a specific theme. For more details regarding submissions please read our submit page.

Our magazines and pocket poetry pamphlets are available in various independent bookshops, the Southbank Poetry Libray, Oxford Mobile Library, and through our website.

Eye Flash is run entirely by volunteers. 

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You can reach us on eyeflashpoetry@outlook.com