Poetry Published in the North of Oxford Pandemic Issue

I’m honored to be published in the Summer Pandemic Issue of the coveted literary journal North of Oxford. Immensely thankful to the G. Emil Reutter for publishing my pandemic poems. Honored to share the space with Patricia Carragon, Henry Crawford, Sheila Allen with Emily Jensen, Kerry Trautman, M. J. Arcangelini, Stephen Bochinski, Christine Riddle, Maria Keane, Marko Otten, Jonel Abellanosa, Reizel Polak, Lois Perch Villemaire, Stephen Page, John Stickney, Ethel Gofen, Nan Ottenritter, Larry C. Tolbert, Kirsty A. Niven, Roderick Deacey, Gwil James Thomas and JeanMarie Olivieri

You can read my poems here
In words of the Journal
Brought to you by the publishers of The Fox Chase Review , (2008-2015),  North of Oxford is an international literary journal. Our Name? We reside north of the Oxford Circle @ Roosevelt Boulevard in the Northeast section of the City of Philadelphia.  Submissions are always open. North of Oxford publishes poetry, book reviews, commentary and essays.  North of Oxford has regular contributors of book reviews but is open to new voices.
The journal publishes twice a month, reviews are published on the 1st of each month and poetry is published on the 15th of each month.North of Oxford was founded in July 2016 as a review/commentary/essay journal. The journal expanded to publish poetry in May of 2017. Our editors are open to diverse voices and attempt to publish an eclectic range of reviews and poetry. 

Happy Blogging!!

Megha Sood

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