AnoMaly Street is a Geelong Writers biannual publication of resonant, contemporary poems that challenge conventions of form, format and voice.


We are now accepting submissions for AnoMaly Street Volume 3, No.1.

Entries are now closed.

Please note the theme: Self-portrait.


For inspiration, check out the following websites:

Poetry Workshops Self-Portrait by Michael Symmons Roberts

The Self-Portrait Poem by Maggie Queeney


We are looking for poetry that creates jOltS for flatlined minds. We want poems that push boundaries and speak in new ways. We love – but are not limited to – these forms of contemporary poetry: free verse, concrete, erasure and blackout, experimental, prose and conceptual poetry.


For inspiration, check out this list: Lady of Poetry



  • Be daring and uncensored
  • A distinctive voice is valued
  • Read, read, read!
  • And then write
  • We publish all poets, from beginners to much-published and all in-between
  • We are interested in print, performative and video poetry
  • Please follow submission guidelines.



  • AnoMaly Street is open to members of Geelong Writers, wherever they live. It is also open to writers who live, work or study in the City of Greater Geelong, Borough of Queenscliffe, Surf Coast, Colac-Otway or Golden Plains shires.
  • Original, unpublished poems not under consideration elsewhere are welcome (poems posted on social media or on a personal blog will be accepted).
  • AnoMaly Street is a small publication. To enable us to publish as many voices as possible we prefer shorter poems that fit on 1-2 A5 pages. For video and performance poems, our preference is for pieces of under 5 minutes.
  • Submit work in Garamond font. A different font will only be considered if it is integral to the piece.
  • Any images with poems must be the poet’s own work or otherwise attributed.
  • Submissions are limited to 3 poems.
  • Submit work either attached as a Word document, PNG or JPG to One poem per document. In the body of the email include the title/s of the work/s.
  • Optional, you may include an artist statement/inspiration for your piece.
  • What happens upon acceptance? If the editor sees fit, poems may undergo a collaborative editing process via email communication/track changes/face to face discussion.

Send us your best, most challenging work.




The fourth edition of AnoMaly Street, launched on 30 November 2023.