The Raintown Review is one of the longest running print journals with a preference for formal/metrical poetry. Established in 1997 by Harvey Stanbrough, it began as a desktop-published chapbook style journal and has evolved into the perfect bound 100+ page journal of today. Other former editors include Patrick Kanouse and T.S. Kerrigan.
Editor-in-Chief, Anna Evans
Anna Evans’ poems have appeared in the Harvard Review, Atlanta Review, Rattle, and 32 Poems. She gained her MFA from Bennington College. Recipient of a 2011 Fellowship from the MacDowell Artists' Colony, she currently teaches poetry at West Windsor Art Center. Her chapbooks Swimming and Selected Sonnets are available from Maverick Duck Press.
Interview with Anna Evans at Wordgathering.
Anna Evans's Blog
Associate Editor, Quincy R. Lehr
Quincy R. Lehr's poems and criticism have been published in numerous venues in the U.S., UK, Ireland, Australia, and the Czech Republic. His first book, Across the Grid of Streets, appeared in 2008, and his second, Obscure Classics of English Progressive Rock, is due out soon. He lives, inevitably, in Brooklyn.