First Nations Poetry Magazine accepts poetry, visual art, and photography submissions from First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Canadians; Native Americans; and Indigenous people from around the world.
First Nations Poetry Magazine is published, edited, and designed in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada by Kirk Ramdath.
Publisher, Editor, and Designer
Kirk Ramdath is the publisher, editor, and designer of First Nations Poetry Magazine and the Wax Poetry and Art Network of publications. After Kirk organized dozens of poetry and music events in the city of Calgary, he shifted his focus as an organizer from the stage to the online page. Wax Poetry and Art was launched in 2010. Kirk's first book, Love in a Handful of Dust, was published in print by Frontenac House in 2011, and republished online in 2017 by Wax Poetry and Art. He has performed poetry in many Canadian cities including Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, and Halifax. Kirk was born in Trinidad and Tobago and moved to Canada at the age of 10. He has a Bachelor of Arts in English with Distinction from the University of Calgary.
First Nations Poetry Magazine
Published online in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada.
Publisher, Managing Editor, & Designer: Kirk Ramdath.
Frequency: Three times per year: January 1st, May 1st, and September 1st.
First Nations Poetry Magazine is part of the Wax Poetry and Art Network.
- Visit the main Wax Poetry and Art Submissions Page to see all opportunities.
- Visit the Wax Poetry and Art Library.
- This website and all contents ©Kirk Ramdath and specified artists.