Gleam: Journal of the Cadralor
the gleaming thread illuminated by the fifth stanza
Explore the Cadralor
Read the poems from our Inaugural Issue
Discover the Possibilities
Learn more about this poetic form and learn the rules
Experience the Feeling
Write your own cadralor and submit for Gleam’s next issue
Noun: a poetic form, consisting of five short, unrelated, highly-visual stanzas.
“The cadralor is a poem of 5, unrelated, numbered stanzaic images”
Plural format of poetic form ‘cadralor’
“Imagery is crucial to cadralore”
Gleam is a journal wholly devoted to the new poetic form, the cadralor. Co-created by three of Gleam’s editors, the cadralor consists of five short, unrelated, highly-visual stanzas.
Get In Touch
If you are interested in submitting your own cadralor poem or if you have questions, you can reach out to our Gleam email. We look forward to hearing from you!
Meet the Editors
The cadralor was co-created by:
Lori Howe, Editor in Chief
Christopher Cadra, Senior Editor
Mary Carroll-Hackett, Contributing Editor