Dear subscribers, readers and authors
Apologies for the delay with the next issue, due out at the end of April. Because of the illness of one of the co-editors, this issue will not appear on time.
As soon as we have a likely publication date we will post it here. Many thanks for your patience, and best wishes.

RACEME, n. Bot. a flower cluster with the separate flowers attached by short stalks along a central stem. Latin: racemus, grape bunch

Raceme is a new Bristol-based literary magazine, published by Loxwood Stoneleigh, an imprint of Falling Wall Press, and co-edited by Matthew BartonĀ and Jeremy Mulford.

The main emphasis of the magazine is on poetry and writing about poetry, largely but by no means exclusively from the South West. The first issue establishes a particular interest, which is to publish sequences of poems with contextual matter by the authors. We are also keen to see poems, essays and reviews in some way responding to or igniting from each other.

Publication dates: three times a year.

First issue: May 2015