E·ratio has a new look, and a new policy: 


E·ratio will no longer publish issues.  Rather, as works are accepted, so they will appear.  New work appears two or three times a week or as accepted.     


E·ratio is always reading.  Please read and follow these general guidelines:


E·ratio requests that you prepare your manuscript using Times New Roman 16 pt.  Please set your margins to one inch, left and right, and when indenting or arranging text, please avoid the tab key and instead use the space bar.  Likewise, when indenting or arranging text, please avoid readjusting your margin and instead use the space bar. 


Please consider your work in the transition from the text file to the html page. 


Please send brief bio and poems together in one attachment. 


If you prefer to send a .pdf, send both the .pdf and some sort of text file. 


E·ratio publishes reviews (please keep it to around 1500 words). 


E·ratio publishes translations. 


For art, text art and visual poetry, query with a link, or send no more than three pieces (preferably framed), .jpg, saved for the web.



Poetic discourse idioms.


E·ratio publishes poetry in the postmodern idioms with an emphasis on the intransitive.  By “idioms” (plural) is meant a tolerance for variations.  By “postmodern” the absence of a hyphen.



No simultaneous submissions.  Send here:







E·ratio is edited by Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino with contributing editors Joseph F. Keppler, Jacqueline Winter Thomas, Coleman Stevenson and Andreea Iulia Scridon.




E·ratio has been online for over fifteen years and has consistently presented a diversity of new, first-time and emerging writers alongside some of the most recognized writers of our time. 



See the E·ratio Blog-Auxiliary for news and updates.  Read the Editor Interview at Duotrope and see the article for E·ratio Poetry Journal at the Poets & Writers Literary Magazines Database









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