Broadsheets for ‘young’ poets

 

The Broadsheets offer an unrivalled forum for young poets. The inspiration for these came from Hayden Murphy’s famous Broadsheet, costing 10p, which he produced with vigour and regularity in Dublin in the seventies.The first two Broadsheets were colour posters but now the Broadsheets are online in a scroll-like form. Click here for the online broadsheets.

 

Along with the Broadsheet, Broadsheet poets are chosen to appear in Agenda, with a spread of up to six poems, for greater recognition.

Important: Notes for Broadsheet poets appear towards the end of every issue of Agenda and online. (Established by Patrica McCarthy, the Editor)

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 21 accompanying Vol 47 Nos 3-4

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 20 accompanying Vol 47 Nos 1-2

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 19 Part 1 & Part 2 accompanying Vol 46 No.4

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 18 accompanying Vol 46 No.3

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 17 accompanying Vol 46 No.2

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 16 accompanying Vol 45 No 4. -Vol 46 No.1

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 15 accompanying Vol 45 No.3

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 14 accompanying Vol 45 No.2

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 13 accompanying Vol 44 No.4 - Vol.45 No.1

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 12 accompanying Vol 44 Nos.2-3

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 11 accompanying Vol.43 No.4 - Vol.44 No.1

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 10 accompanying Vol.43 Nos. 2-3

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 9 accompanying Vol.43 No.1

 (Complete extended interview between Belinda Cooke and Peter Robinson)

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 8 accompanying Vol.42 Nos.3-4

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 7 accompanying Vol.42 No 2

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 6 accompanying Vol.42 No.1

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 5 accompanying Vol.41 Nos.3-4

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 4 accompanying Vol.41 Nos. 1-2

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 3 accompanying Vol.40 No.4

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 2: accompanying Vol.40 Nos. 1-3

Notes for Broadsheet Poets 1 accompanying Vol.39 No. 4

Talented young voices (aged 15-to late thirties) should send up to five poems with their name, age, address, name of workplace/college/university and a brief biography to: submissions@agendapoetry.co.uk visit the

Submissions page for full guidelines

 

Young essayists/reviewers are also invited to send in submissions to Agenda, for appearance in the magazine.

No more than two essays or reviews should be sent, including age and a brief biography to: submissions@agendapoetry.co.uk visit the Submissions page for housestyle guidelines

 

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