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3×5 Poetry Review is dedicated to publishing and promoting fine very short verse in freestanding tercets and quintains of various genres and forms. Tercets include haiku, senryu, noirs, triplets, and free verse in three lines. Quintains include tanka, French and American cinquains, cinqku, free verse in five lines, and quintillas. We are interested in both traditional and innovative verse of high quality and in all serious attempts to assimilate the best of the haiku, senryu, and tanka traditions into a continuously developing English short verse tradition. In addition to verse, we publish articles, essays, reviews, etc., related to tercets and/or quintains.
Our name, 3×5 Poetry Review, surely will bring to mind the many 3×5 index cards on which we all have hopefully written or typed our verses. However, the name primarily reflects the scope of this review, which includes only 3-line and 5-line poems.
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