New paperback poetry book by David Pike, By Association, published October 2021. Front cover photo: Newquay harbour. Rear cover photo, Market Place, Camelford, (click on image to enlarge). Sleeve note by Paul Tanner. Foreword by Andrew Barber. This is DP's sixth poetry book. The book is also viewable via Cornwall Libraries. UK delivered price is £6.99. For your information David Pike is the founder and editor of Pulsar Poetry Magazine and webzine which commenced from 1995, and continues as this web. To purchase or enquire about By Association please email David Pike via firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo above, top centre, David Pike, (DP, Pulsar editor).
Poetry book, Sometime, Somewhere, Somehow, by David Pike, published 2018, is available for electronic reading devices via:
We are always seeking new poems to publish.
For Pulsar poem submission advice click: Submission Advice
June 2022; 51st Edition as a Webzine
Thank you for visiting Pulsar Poetry Webzine. Pulsar Poetry Webzine / Magazine is in its 27th year of existence. The last printed edition was published in September 2009. Older versions of the Pulsar web are viewable via the British Library on-line archives, Click: On-line archives then enter www.pulsarpoetry.com in the search box, to view.
The aim of Pulsar Poetry Webzine is to provide a platform for poets to submit their original, previously unpublished work, for consideration for possible publication on the Pulsar web. We are an altruistic concern, not a business. The Pulsar editor, David Pike, (DP), is very picky and will only publish poems on merit.
The editor's preference is for hard hitting poems that have a message, meaning, and are well written. Not keen on deeply religious poems or de-dah de-dah poems where everything chimes annoyingly like a cheap clock. Please don't send poems about cute and cuddly kittens. Simultaneous submissions are not considered.
Note: the subject matter of published poems, (other than those by DP), remain the personal thoughts / views of the contributors and may not be the views held by the Pulsar webzine editor.
The preferred method for poem submission to the editor is via email to: email@example.com Paste your poems into the body of an email message; computer file attachments will not be read.
You may also send poems via land mail, (but only if you reside in the UK). Remember to include a stamped addressed return envelope. If there is no stamped addressed envelope, (or email address), then no reply will be forthcoming. Editorial address: 90 Beechwood Drive, Camelford, Cornwall, PL32 9NB. Overseas submissions should be sent via email only. Send no more than 3 unpublished poems at any given time. Be patient, it usually takes 30+ days to reply.
Poetry Book Reviewers: we are seeking enthusiastic and reliable poetry readers to provide their fair and balanced reviews of poetry books received. You will probably be required to review four books a year only, one at each quarter of the year. The books will be sent to you via conventional land mail. There is no pay, but you do get to keep the books. Your reviews will appear on Pulsar Poetry Webzine, with your name shown as the reviewer. If interested please contact the Pulsar editor via firstname.lastname@example.org
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