Under a Warm Green Linden, launched in 2008, is both a forum on the technical and ineffable qualities of the art of poetry and a biannual digital poetry journal. Reviews and interviews with established and emerging poets are intended to deepen, illuminate, and complicate an understanding of their work; and excellent poetry of all subjects and styles by a diversity of authors illustrates our conviction that poetry encourages an engagement with our deepest truths, challenges, fears, and joys.
Each issue is accompanied by a selection of high-quality print broadsides signed by the authors. In the future, selections from several issues will be published in thematically organized print anthologies. Submit here.
The title of the press alludes to an image from Pier Paolo Pasolini’s "The Day of My Death," chosen for its balancing the terrors of being with the promise of renewal.Christopher Nelson, founder and editor, is the author of Blue House, published in the Poetry Society of America's Chapbook Series, and Capital City at Midnight, recipient of the 2014 BLOOM Chapbook Prize. Among his honors are a fellowship from the Jacob Javits Foundation and inclusion in Best New Poets 2012 . Contact him: greenlindenpress at gmail dot com. ISSN 2472-338X