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We're excited to welcome Huan He,  to our feature, BPJ Poets In Conversation. He spoke with us about his poem "Union Pacific", featured in our latest issue.

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We're excited to welcome Kemi Alabi,  to our feature, BPJ Poets In Conversation. They spoke with us about their poem "Against Heaven", featured in our latest issue.

Amy Miller's Astronauts Selected for the Chad Walsh Chapbook Series

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The editors of the Beloit Poetry Journal are delighted to announce that they have selected Amy Miller’s Astronauts for this year's title in the Chad Walsh Chapbook Series.

Miller’s poetry and nonfiction have appeared in Barrow Street, Copper Nickel, Gulf Coast, Narrative, RHINO, Terrain, Tupelo Quarterly, and ZYZZYVA. Her poetry collection The Trouble with New England Girls won the Louis Award from Concrete Wolf Press. Recipient of a 2021 Oregon Literary Fellowship, she lives in Ashland, Oregon, where she works for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and is the poetry editor of the NPR regional listeners’ guide Jefferson Journal.

When you subscribe to the BPJ, you’ll receive as part of your subscription a copy of the forthcoming chapbook in the series. Not a subscriber? Subscribe here or pre-order the chapbook from our online store.


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We're excited to welcome Taylor Byas, winner of the 2021 Adrienne Rich Award, to our feature, BPJ Poets In Conversation. She spoke with us about her poems "Tell it Like a Movie| Rewind" and "Shutter", featured in our latest issue.

BPJ @ AWP '22

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Join BPJ @ AWP '22. We're going to be at Booth T1031 in Philly--signings, discounted sales, and more. Click through for more information!

Join the team as our new Associate Editor!

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The Beloit Poetry Journal is seeking applicants for a newly created Associate Editor ("AE") position. The AE will engage in a wide variety of editorial, developmental, and strategic projects while joining a vibrant non-profit literary organization committed to publishing the best in contemporary poetry. The ideal candidate for this position is a person who wants to use their editorial and managerial skills to further the mission of a world-aware, progressive literary magazine. Find a complete job description here: