New York, NY (April 11, 2018)—The Academy of American Poets, the producer of, is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Quarterly West to share poems published in this influential journal. A sampler of poems from the most recent issue of Quarterly West is now accessible to’s many millions of readers, including poems by Emma Bolden, Dorothy Chan, Luiza Flynn-Goodlett, Elizabeth Knapp, and Dean Young. 
“Nothing makes us happier than being able to work with today’s excellent regional journals publishing poets, including Quarterly West, to bring poems to an even wider audience thanks to,” said Jennifer Benka, executive director of the Academy of American Poets.
Quarterly West joins Hayden’s Ferry Review, Tin House, The Cincinnati Review, and Kenyon Review as content partners of the Academy of American Poets. 
Journals interested in working with to extend their digital reach are encouraged to contact Mary Gannon, Associate Director/Director of Content at [email protected].
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About the Academy of American Poets
The Academy of American Poets is the largest membership-based nonprofit organization fostering an appreciation for contemporary poetry and supporting American poets. The organization produces, the world’s largest publicly funded website for poets and poetry; National Poetry Month; the popular Poem-a-Day series; American Poets magazine; Teach This Poem and other resources for K-12 educators; and an annual series of poetry readings and special events. The Academy of American Poets coordinates a national Poetry Coalition working together to promote the value poets bring to our culture and the important contribution poetry makes in the lives of people of all ages and backgrounds.
About Quarterly West
Founded in 1976, Quarterly West is operated by students in the University of Utah's Creative Writing PhD program. Work that has appeared in Quarterly West has been recognized by the Pushcart Prize, The Best American Short Stories, the O. Henry Prize, and Best of the Net. For more information, visit