Suspension Magazine: An interview with editor Ryan Kidd

Interview with Suspension Magazine editor Ryan Kidd

The Oxford Culture Review

Suspension Magazine is an online poetry magazine based in Oxford which is currently open for submissions. I spoke to editor Ryan Kidd about the status of poetry in society, and his plans for the magazine. 

Firstly; what is Suspension Magazine? Who can contribute to it, and how? 

Suspension is an online poetry magazine founded in 2009. Originally it was intended as a forum for Bristol-based poets, then the range was broadened to the South West of England. I recently took over the editorship of the site and because I’m based in Oxford, I thought it made sense to broaden that range further, although to be honest I’m reluctant to have any sort of stated catchment area. That said, I’m very keen to maintain the magazine’s links to the locality of the editors; I still plan to promote Bristol- and Oxford-based events as much as possible.

So, in short, Suspension is…

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