RABBIT is currently accepting submissions of nonfiction poetry for Issue 29: Lineages, to be guest co-edited by Chi Tran and Matthew Hall.

Send up to 3 poems (short or long) in one document through RABBIT’s Submittable site. Please include in the cover letter of your submission:
• full contact details (postal address, email)
• 50-word max. bio
• a short (50-word max.) response to the following: What is something you’ve learned from a poem/poet that you’d like to pass on to others?



Chi Tran is a writer, editor and an artist, who makes poems that may be text, essay, object, sound, or drawing. Chi is primarily interested in working with language as a means of coming-to-terms. Their work has been published in/exhibited at: Incendium Radical Library Press; Cordite Poetry Review; Punk Café; Australian Poetry; recess gallery; Liminal; Firstdraft; and more. In May of 2019, with support from the Ian Potter Cultural Trust Foundation, Chi undertook a mentorship and assistantship under renowned poet Mei-mei Berssenbrugge, in New Mexico and New York.

Matthew Hall has published extensively on the work of J.H. Prynne and British late-modern poetry and poetics, including the 2015 monograph Violence in the work of J.H. Prynne. Hall is the author of numerous books of poetry and is the Scholarly Editor of Cordite Poetry Review.

RABBIT is a journal of nonfiction poetry. If you are concerned that your take on the ‘real world’ is slightly abstract, don’t worry–include a line or two to tell us why you categorise your poem as ‘nonfiction.’ We are very much open to poetry experiments!

RABBIT also publishes book reviews, essays, interviews with poets, and visual artworks by poets. The editors regularly solicit this material, but are open to expressions of interest. We have a list of current titles available for review on the BOOKS FOR REVIEW page. For essays and interviews, please contact to discuss possible topics and subjects.

NB. We are able to pay all Australian contributors thanks to support from the Australia Council for the Arts, from the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria, from RMIT University and the non/fictionLab. International contributors receive copies of the journal.