Pudding Magazine is a small press literary publication with an emphasis on poetry, although we do sometimes publish very short fiction, essays, book reviews, art and photography. We encourage new authors to submit, but we also publish many established authors. In rare instances, we publish theme issues and chapbooks by invitation in addition to the semiannual journals.
Magazines range from 60-80 pages. Our mix is eclectic, and we like it that way. Traditional, modern and experimental forms of writing are given equal consideration; we only ask for originality and excellence. Our roots are "applied poetry", so we are open to poems that address the complexities of modern life, including but not limited to political, social, and psychological issues, and how art helps us through the processes of living.
PM 63 is a very special issue. Featuring an essay about PM founder Jennifer Bosveld along with a dozen of her poems. Jennifer was an icon in the world of poetry and small press publishing with her powerful Pudding House Publications empire. This issue is a tribute to her contributions to writers far and wide (editors of PM included!) and the greater world of literature. Lots of great work in this issue we think Jennifer would love to read! Collectors of PM need this issue on their bookshelves. Order your copy at puddingmagazine.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Connie Everett is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher as of September 2010. PUDDING MAGAZINE was formerly a part of Pudding House Publications. It was founded by Jennifer Bosveld in 1979.
PUDDING MAGAZINE is funded solely by subscriptions and independent purchases. We do not seek grants for magazine publication.
Printed in U.S.A. ISSN:0196-5913