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NW BUNDLE: POETRY NORTHWEST + MOSS

Subscribe to two Northwest-based journals for one discounted price. For a limited time, get a one-year subscription to Poetry Northwest + Moss for only $40.00. That’s 10% off the regular price! Subscriptions will include the Winter & Spring 2022 and Summer & Fall 2022 issues of Poetry Northwest, and Volume 6 of Moss.

Edited by Connor Guy and Alex Davis-Lawrence, Moss is “dedicated to exploring the intersection of place and creative expression” in fiction, nonfiction and essays by writers who’ve lived in the greater Northwest. To find out more about Moss, visit here.

POETRY NORTHWEST

At Poetry Northwest, we believe in the nearly lost art of taking one’s time and reading deeply, in the peace of mind and clarity that good poetry delivers. Poetry Northwest is published semiannually, in July (Summer & Fall) and January (Winter & Spring). A yearly subscription of two issues costs only $25. You can also subscribe at the special rate of $42.00 for two years (4 issues). Email us at subscriptions@poetrynw.org to purchase a $400.00 lifetime subscription; we’ll acknowledge your gift in print and online. All new subscriptions begin with the upcoming issue.

Our staff works hard to provide readers with a vital look at contemporary poetry, and subscribing is the best way to support the long tradition of Poetry Northwest in the coming year and beyond.

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Distribution

Poetry Northwest is distributed nationally in the USA and Canada by ANC and regionally by Small Changes.

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