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USA Poetry Magazine publishes great poetry by poets in the USA and
around the world.

Published and edited by Kirk Ramdath.

A project of
Wax Poetry and Art.

USA Poetry Magazine publishes the winners of the Poets of the USA
, which is open to submissions from residents of the USA.

This publication hosts the
US Poetry Contest, which is open to
international participants.

USA Poetry Magazine accepts regular submissions from residents of
the USA.

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About the Editor
Kirk Ramdath is the publisher and editor of Wax Poetry and Art, Eleventh
Transmission, and other publications. He has been a poet and publisher
since 2005, originally in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. His first book
Love in a Handful of Dust. Kirk now lives in Nanaimo, British Columbia.
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US Poetry Magazine - Contest Winners
Published May 11, 2020
First Place: Poets of the USA Contest #1
Low Visibility
by K. Miller
Published September 23, 2018
Winner: US Poetry Contest #1
Top USA Poet: US Poetry Contest #1
Lathyrus Sativus
by Shelby Parks
Published May 9, 2018
Second Place: US Poetry Contest #1
For Sale
by John Grey
Published September 21, 2020
First Place – Poets of the USA Contest #2
I Can't Stand
by Wendy Lee Klenetsky