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Romance Stories Magazine prints a wide variety of romance short stories in all subgenres. We publish a print magazine and a popular webzine for thousands of readers each month.
SCREAM is Britain's all new premier Horror Magazine. SCREAM is your best source for horror movies, news, reviews, previews, celebrity interviews, books, games, film festival reports, comics and pretty much everything else you can think of in the world of horror. The magazine is published bi-monthly and available at all good newsagents and book stores across the UK. Copies of each issue will also be available to purchase on the site and in the future we will also be offering a worldwide subscription service to SCREAM where not only will you receive the magazine delivered to your door every 60 days but you'll save money in the process and also receive the occasional gory goody too! How can you resist?! So, once again, a very warm welcome to SCREAM. We are going to enjoy having you along for the very bloody ride!
The New Writer’s intent is to create an open space for all types of writers, where we connect with one another, share
Underground Voices is an online and print literary magazine that publishes fiction, non-fiction, prose, poetry, and art. We are online monthly and have an annual print edition. We pay $30 per fiction submission (as of now, poetry submissions are unpaid).
The Buffalo Creek Review is a online literary journal publishing four times a year. We are currently accepting poetry that exhibits powerful imagery, strong narrative voice, and freedom in form. Above all else, we want poets who make us think.
O Sweet Flowery Roses is looking for unique poetry in absolutely any form. We especially like new(er) poets, first-time authors, experimental, or fringier stuff from established writers (think poetry B-Sides), avant-garde, and poems that do new and creative things with language, image, and concept.
Through our flagship magazine, ForeWord Reviews, we seek out the very best books from the nation's finest independent publishing houses to review and share
Vinyl is a place for us to celebrate the work of artists who help us feel better about the day. Vinyl is about words that turn us on. Founded in 2010 by Gregory Sherl and K.M.A. Sullivan, the journal has attracted over 2000 readers across 51 countries with its first two issues. Vinyl Poetry has included work from both established and new voices such as Bob Hicok, Julianna Baggott, Matt Hart, Andrea Cohen, Franz Wright, Jason Koo, Kirsty Logan, Kyle Minor, Ben Mirov, Molly Gaudry and many others
The Toronto Quarterly is a (print and e-book) literary and arts journal with a mandate to publish the best in poetry and fiction from both established and emerging writers.
No previously published poetry is accepted. Any length poetry and prose is considered. No poetry with obvious rhyme. All genres considered as long as texts are intelligent and well written and send a powerful message to our readers. We strive to provide reader involvement and want our readers to remember each and every poem we present to them. We're know for our international flavor and dramatic covers and interior art.
We are primarily looking for long fiction and articles, essays and book reviews about novels, novellas, and the craft of storytelling.
The Quotable is a new quarterly literary magazine showcasing tomorrow's quote-worthy authors. Each issue will appear online and in print and feature short stories and artwork based on a specific theme and quote.
Sparkbright magazine aims to showcase new and upcoming writers alongside more established talent. It publishes every six months in December and June, taking email submissions on a rolling basis. It publishes poetry and short fiction, and each issue is available as a free PDF from the website.
Bumble Jacket Miscellany is an independent print literary magazine and has been created with the purpose of publishing the best poetry and short fiction, regardless of style, genre, or approach. While we do feature talented and sometimes well know writers, we also pride ourselves on selecting writing based on its merit, and not the author's biography. All rights remain with the contributors
DIABOLIQUE is the new magazine that explores Gothic horror in film, literature, history and art, to push our understanding of the genre. Diabolique Magazine, (published bimonthly),
The Newtowner, is a first-of-its-kind quarterly arts and literary magazine featuring fiction, poetry, memoir, essays and features celebrating local
Red Ochre LiT strives to publish premier, contemporary literature. We are interested in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and short, five poem chapbooks. While our primary goal is to showcase the work of experienced authors, we feature up to three emerging writers in each issue as well. To help give this new population of writers a voice, we randomly select one individual to interview about his/her journey to publication. RED OCHRE LiT was founded on the belief that reading and writing are becoming dying pastimes. In a world where people choose daily to flip through 1,000 channels instead of pages, writers must perfect their work and present it via widely accessible media venues. First and foremost, however, we must lose our fear of rejection and submit polished pieces for publication. Truly, this represents the crux of Red Ochre, resoiling the grains of our literary ancestors and what they worked so hard for. We are a multicultural journal and we venerate voices from around the world. We take pride in our national and international writers, whose work is both innovative and captivating. Anything less, would defeat our purpose. We invite you to read our issues and celebrate yet another wave of writing!
Otis Nebula is a publishing project operated by working writers dedicated to serving living word, sound, and image to which commercial concerns are always subordinate. Otis Nebula, the zine, appears online semi-annually. In addition, Otis Nebula Literary Syndicate publishes one paper and ink book of poetry or fiction per year. Otis has also been known to facilitate live shows, video, and musical happenings. Otis Nebula is not alone. In the future, there will be no middlemen