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Candelabrum - Now 'live' on | 29-Apr-08

Candelabrum Poetry Magazine front cover     

                                                                                                                 Candelabrum Poetry Magazine
appears twice yearly, in April and October.

The magazine made its entrance onto the fringe poetry scene in April 1970, providing a much-needed platform for British poets working in traditionalist metrical and rhymed verse.

Now well established as Britain's longest standing traditionalist poetry magazine, attracting poets and poetry-lovers internationally, it has subscribers in Britain, the United States, Canada, New Zealand and Australia, 'whatever clime the sun's bright circle warms', where English is the mother-language or the principal language.

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Coming Soon: New issues of Painted, spoken with MP3s of poets reading their work.

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