Forth the last 30 years counting, The American Poetry Review has never settled the dust of exploiting the poetry format via publications, reviews, insightful interviews with poets, while also publishing a selection of short fiction from multiple writers. If the poetry won’t be poignant enough to sway the imagination, then the pocket-book style distinctive newsprint will surely make a striking impression. Normally, the red title on a brownish title page features a column of contents to the left with the cover story being on the middle to the right of the journal. With a circulation of seventeen thousand, the United States’ publication has quite a sizable modern following. You can now access photographs, translated works and column writings that are quite outstanding to read. The American Poetry Review has an online archive that features all the contents that have appeared half a dozen times in the past one year, as well as, archives dating back to the inaugural edition of 1972.
The American Poetry Review is available on the digital platform. It comes as a subscription that can save the reader 15% off the standard price. The available reading formats include on an iPad subscription, iPhone, Android, PC magazine subscription and on a Mac.