The Northampton Poetry Review is a new online literary journal from Northamptonshire, UK.
We are now accepting submissions for our second issue.
Please check our submissions page for details.
About The Northampton Poetry Review
The Northampton Poetry Review is a new online literary journal based in Northamptonshire, UK. Its mission is to give voice to new poetry, fiction and non-fiction.
Initially aimed at writers with a connection to Northamptonshire, the NPR is also open to submissions from friends from afar.
Each NPR issue is themed. As well as writing tied to the theme, the NPR will feature great new writing across a variety of topics.
Any writing about NPR's patron saint John Clare is also welcomed.
The patron saint of the NPR is the Northamptonshire poet John Clare.
Clare was a lover of the natural world and loved to catalogue and ramble through the Northamptonshire countryside. In his later years he was institutionalised, as his doctor described, after ‘years addicted to poetical prosings'.
Northampton Poetry Review (Online) ISSN 2515-0588
Northampton Poetry Review (Print) ISSN 2515-057X