Poetry Competitions = Poor Writer By Behlor Santi

That article includes this useful bit (see my note at the end):

Below are nine paying markets that you’ll won’t find in the academic poetry press. Enjoy.

Artemis Magazine
Ian Randall Strock, editor
Guidelines:
http://www.lrcpubs.com/artemismagazine/guidelines.html
Pays $.50-$1 per line for poetry

BABYBUG Magazine
Paula Morrow, executive editor
Guidelines:

Scripts from famous movies

Pays $25 minimum

Chiaroscuro
Sandra Kasturi, poetry editor
Guidelines:
http://chizine.com/submissions_poetry.htm
Note: Closed to submissions until January 1, 2005
Pays $7 per poem

Children’s Better Health Institute
Note: Please submit ms to appropriate magazine editor
Guidelines:
http://www.cbhi.org/cbhi/writersguidelines.shtml
Pays $25 minimum

Grit
Note: Submit to editor in chief
Guidelines:
http://www.grit.com/guidelines/
Pays $10-$15 per poem

The Mennonite
Gordon Houser, associate editor for features
Guidelines:
http://www.themennonite.org/php/submissions.guidelines.poets.php
Pays $50 to $75 per poem

Over The Back Fence
Sarah Williamson, editor
Guidelines:
http://www.pantherpublishing.com/guidelines.html
Pays $25 for poetry

Strange Horizons
Harold Bowes and M. R James, senior editors
Guidelines:
http://www.strangehorizons.com/guidelines/poetry.shtml
Pays $20 per poem

NOTE: I archived this portion of the article for my own use mostly, to make sure I don’t lose these sites…but the original article has these all linked up, and it’s still there¬† at Writer’s Weekly. Please go there and read the article, then visit these sites from there.