Court Green is a poetry journal published annually in association with the Department of English at Columbia College Chicago and is edited by Tony Trigilio and David Trinidad. Each issue features a dossier on a special topic or theme. Court Green was named in honor of Sylvia Plath and is the name of the property in Devon, England, where Plath lived and where she wrote her most famous poems, the Ariel poems. The magazine was founded in 2004 by Arielle Greenberg, Tony Trigilio, and David Trinidad. Court Green maintains a strong local, national, and international reputation. It is nationally distributed, and has been the recipient of two Illinois Arts Council Awards. It has been featured multiple times in the distinguished annual anthology Best American Poetry, as well as in online poetry showcases such as Poetry Daily and Verse Daily.
Court Green 10 features a selection of Ed Smith's poems edited by Bruce Hainley along with new poems by Jan Beatty, Anselm Berrigan, Denise Duhamel, Kimiko Hahn, George Kalamaras, Ron Koertge, R. Zamora Linmark, Gillian McCain, Karyna McGlynn, Randall Mann, Gordon Massman, Richard Meier, Harryette Mullen, Kathleen Ossip, Mary Ruefle, Jerome Sala, Jason Chneiderman, Maureen Seaton, Terence Winch, and many more.