Symmetry Pebbles is a webzine publishing fresh, exciting and pioneering contemporary poetry and art. Founded in 2011 by editor, Richard Thomas, the publication has already made a stir, racking up an impressive following of subscribers and contributors.
Symmetry Pebbles prides itself on having published work from all corners of the globe, the standard of which has been award-winning: ‘One Winter’ by American poet Rodney Nelson was given a Poetry Kit Award for Richard’s editorial selection and publication of it.
The free publication has been solely run by Richard for over two years now, with a focused idea to expose new, experimenting talent. Originally producing free downloadable e-zines for subscribers, Symmetry Pebbles has made a few changes to its format lately.
Richard recently become a father and so has simplified his publication in order to keep it going, publishing new work on a regular basis. Now, running in a ‘webzine’ format, users can find everything within the simple website layout. Symmetry Pebbles is regularly updated with poetry, art, reviews, articles and essays. A featured poet and featured artist are appointed intermittently with a full interview and examples of their work.
Why not head over to www.symmetrypebbles.com and check it out now, you can also subscribe for free monthly updates and other exclusive subscriber-only goodies.
Symmetry Pebbles is continuously seeking new submissions. If you’re a poet and think your work would fit in with the SP vibe then send no more than three poems, along with a one-line bio to firstname.lastname@example.org. Similarly, if you would like to submit artwork of any kind, send no more than three JPEG’s of your work to the address above, with your one-line bio and web address if you have one.
And Symmetry Pebbles is always welcoming new contributors of poetry book reviews and poetry related articles. If you are interested in reviewing books, or have an interesting idea for an article or essay, email email@example.com with your writer’s CV and an example of your work. Or, alternatively, should you have already written a review (up to 850 words), article or essay (up to 1000 words) and you are looking for publication of it, send it to the above address and we’ll see if it fits in with the SP ethos.