poets to one degree or another.
What I would like to do is begin a list of Canadian journals, both print and online, put together by poets who have been through the mill and can offer their wisdom and practical advise along with the items on the list.
Any poets who would like to
contribute can not only add journals and their thoughts about them, but suggest
helpful categories to put them in.
The lists will be updated constantly by the contribution of different poets, and each journal will have increasingly more comments.
The actual list we put together will not be attributed to anyone, but the comments about the journals will of course include the names of the authors, if they consent to their names being used. If not, there will be no name attached. But we will post the comments nevertheless.
Poets will then not have to rely on trial and error over long periods of time, or their own stumbling research, or the PR put out by the journals, but will in essence be able to ask a group of experienced poets what they would do if they were in their shoes.