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A Little Poetry

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A Little Poetry
A Little Poetry presents contemporary poetry by poets around the world--from famous faces to burgeoning beginners. Check out the journal / e-zine contents page for links to the current issue

Aberration Labyrinth

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Aberration Labyrinth
This magazine is about expressing yourself. We do not restrict our publication to the confines of traditional poetry. If you write about drunken nights out, remembered or imagined, we want

Abramelin

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Abramelin
Abramelin has been publishing high quality poetry since the summer of 2006. We took 2010 off. Now we have returned with a new format! Instead of yearly or biannual issues, I will be doing monthly updates, often with featured poets. We are switching our focus to just poetry. I will consider a short story, but no more essays. So to all of our old friends, welcome back. And here's hoping to meet lots of new friends as we set out on our second life.

AEROGRAM

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AEROGRAM
Poetry, that time-traveling hobo with a room at the Ritz, doggedly knocks on your window like a scheming friend at midnight. A poem can whisk you away; to a Harlem basement in 1961, to an

Agonia

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www.agonia.net is an international interactive website for writing and literature, formed by numerous cultural communities and languages. It is a platform where writers around the world publish their works, engage in providing constructive feedback critique oriented towards honing skills in the writing process.

ALL GENRES

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All Genres accepts creative writing from all genres. We believe that good writing can exist in any genre.

Alligator Juniper

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Alligator Juniper
The Alligator Juniper tree is in the juniper family with bark in a checkered pattern, resembling an alligator's skin. While the tree is native to the southwest, the alligator is native to swampland and tropics.

Ambit Magazine

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Ambit Magazine
Ambit is a surreptitious peek inside a private world. Without it such vital sparks of inspiration could well be lost for ever.? ? Ralph Steadman Ambit is a 96-page quarterly literary and artwork

American Athenaeum

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American Athenaeum, a cultural magazine supporting the arts, is currently accepting fiction, poetry, and non-fiction for the following themed issues: Japan tribute, Speculative Fiction, Young Adult/Middle Grade, Compassion/Community, Environment/ Endangered Species. (There is also a general issue too). In addition, we are seeking short op-eds for the following regular columns: America Talks, Doorstep Activist, Compassion City, Author book reviews.

Anastomoo

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Anastomoo
Anastomoo is a southern indication of action forced through images and words into forms for reading. We are friendly and open and currently interested in all forms of handwritten word art.

Ancient Paths

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Ancient Paths
Ancient Paths literary magazine publishes poetry, flash fiction, art, and photography with subtle religious themes. The works featured in Ancient Paths explore struggles

and/or

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and/or
and/or, a print journal for creative experimental writing and/or innovative graphic art, seeks submissions from writers and/or other sorts of artists whose work openly challenges the boundaries

Anobium

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Anobium
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Coleoptera Infraorder: Bostrichiformia Superfamily: Bostrichoidea Family: Anobiidae Subfamily: Anobiinae Genus: Anobium (?Bookworm,? in other words.) Anobium is literature; a collusion of molecules, fused into a conceptual (w)hole. As a conceptual entity, Anobium is the headbirth of Benjamin van Loon and ?Mary J. Levine,? who doesn?t exist. Anobium is Chicago-based, independent publisher who specializes in the compilation and assemblage of strange, surreal and insectile literature. Our aim is to produce consciously designed and intelligently written contemporary literature. Those who pronounce auguries about the Death of the Book fail to realize that what is death for some is rebirth for others. We believe technology compliments our interaction with artifactual literature; it does not demolish it. Our relatively ?short? volumes (80-100 pages) and chapbooks will read easily, store safely and wear evenly - as a good book should.

Appalachia Fiction and Fact

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Appalachia Fiction and Fact was founded in 2011 by an Albion College student with a desire to raise awareness about the devastating effects of mountaintop removal on the ecosystem and people of the Appalachian Mountains. This online literary magazine is dedicated to publishing both fictional and nonfictional forms of creative expression specifically revolving around the subjects of Appalachia and the Appalachian Mountains. However, it is also open to reading and perhaps even publishing works of radical environmental writing pertaining to other subjects.

Apparent Magnitude

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Apparent Magnitude
Apparent Magnitude will be a place where lovers of sci-fi and speculative fiction and poetry (AKA nerds, like me) can publish work which, while rooted in the musings of science and technology, transcend the common definitions of genre fiction. Have an experimental poem about a squirrel android? Perfect. A short story about a psychic dog that has a voice box written in iambic pentameter? Great. Something non animal related? Yeah, that too.

ARDOR Literary Magazine

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ARDOR Literary Magazine was founded in September 2012 as a non-profit electronic literary magazine. It is published online three times annually (January, May, September). ARDOR accepts fiction, nonfiction, short-short and poetry submissions through its online submission manager and is committed to paying every writer published in ARDOR Literary Magazine.

Artichoke Haircut

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Artichoke Haircut
Artichoke Haircut was created not to reaffirm the editors preexisting aesthetic prejudices just the opposite. We were bored of much of the contemporary literature we had been reading, and much of what had been force fed to us by larger literary publications. We wanted to be surprised, and we wanted to publish a magazine that would surprise our readers. For that reason we strive to publish the best work from around the country by up and coming writers who have yet to have their voices heard by a large audience.

Asia Writes

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Asia Writes
Asia Writes features select poems and short stories from Asian/ mixed-Asian writers. You may submit your works and third-person bio (which may include a photo a! nd links to your books) to asiawritesmail [at] gmail [dot] com. Writers from the Philippines, India, Hong Kong, Pakistan, Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Thailand, Japan, China, Korea, the Middle East, etc. or mixed-Asian writers residing anywhere in the world are invited to submit their most outstanding works.

Asinine Poetry

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Asinine Poetry is the journal of asinine poetry, a monthly publication of poetry and prose that attempts to be kinda funny.

Asylum Ink

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Asylum Ink
The goal of Asylum Ink is to build greater awareness and traffic between the various contributors as well as create an easily digestible anthology for fans. If you are interested in participating, all contributions will be credited to their respective creators, a free ad and links will be provided to your home pages. The compendium features the finest in horror, sci-fi, and dark art around.

At Length

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At Length
At Length is a venue for ambitious, in-depth writing, music, photography, and art that are open to possibilities shorter forms preclude. As a print-friendly online magazine, we create ways for readers, listeners, and viewers to interact with noteworthy long work, and other publications have noticed. Among those who have recommended our writing and interviews are Harpers.org, NPR online, The Awl, VillageVoice.com and Longform.org, which called ?The Decisive Ones? one of the year?s 20 best essays. Best American Poetry 2011 will feature our selection of poems from Major Jackson?s Holding Company, and Best Music Writing 2011 will include Nate Chinen?s ?Direction Nowhere.?

Autumn Sky Poetry

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Autumn Sky Poetry
Autumn Sky Poetry publishes four issues per year. Every issue contains ten! poems by ten different poets. Each poem is one that caught my eye, held my attention, said something profound. The poets may hail from all across our lovely planet and their poems may speak in many different voices, but each one is worth savoring. We are interested in both formal and free-verse.

Avalon Literary Review

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The Avalon Literary Review welcomes work from both published and unpublished writers and poets. We accept submissions of poetry, short fiction and personal essays. The author's voice and point of view should be unique and clear. We seek pieces which spring from the author's life and experiences. Submissions which explore both the sweet and bitter of life, with a touch of humor, are a good fit for our Review. While we appreciate the genres of fantasy, science fiction and horror, our magazine is not the forum for such work.

Christmas Issues!

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Christmas Issues!
If your publication is running a Christmas issue, please use our form to tell us about We want to promote your Christmas issues a little extra over the holidays, so send us word on your…

Ostrich Review

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Ostrich Review
Ostrich Review is an online journal of poetry, storytelling, and art founded in 2012.

The Adroit Journal

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The Adroit Journal has been the subject of a fair amount of napkin scribbling since November 2010, when Founder/Editor-in-Chief Peter LaBerge decided that the world needed a literary magazine run entirely by high school and college students that helped the world in more ways than one. The Adroit Journal, bright with enthusiasm, was born. And that enthusiasm remains bright, with over forty students from Boston to Bangalore collaborating on this unique publication. Yet Adroit's uniqueness does not stop there.

The Alarmist

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The Alarmist
The Alarmist is a fresh, new, dark, funny and twisted printed literary magazine published biannually.

The Arava Review

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The Arava Review
The Arava Review is an on-line literary journal. We are looking for excellent works of poetry, fact, fiction and Visual Art. Though you don’t have to be previously published do send us your best work.

The Asian American Literary Review

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The Asian American Literary Review
The Asian American Literary Review is not for profit literary arts journal, a space for writers who consider the designation ?Asian American? a fruitful starting point for artistic vision and community. In showcasing the work of established and emerging writers, the journal aims to incubate dialogues and, just as importantly, open those dialogues to regional, national, and international audiences of all constituencies.

The Associative Press

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The Associative Press
The Associative Press is a nonprofit literary and arts journal, printed annually. With no outside funding, TAP is free to publish without mandate. All our staff are volunteers. Any money generated above operating costs is rolled into micro financing (through KIVA--www.kiva.org) or charities

the Aurorean

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the Aurorean
The Aurorean has been featured in Poet?s Market and several-times recommended as a ?Pick? by the prestigious Small Press Review, most recently for its 10th Anniversary Issue (Fall/Winter 2010?2011). SPR has said of the Aurorean: ?a journal that has both high production values and quality poetry ... perfect to elevate you from the dark night of the soul.? In January of 2011, NewPages reviewer Sima Rabinowitz said of our 15th Anniversary Issue: "This little journal will fill you up." Our focus is always poetry of New England, and poetry of the seasons (including haiku) although we are open to other subjects as well. In a world full of angst, we publish poetry that uplifts, inspires, and is meditational, but is not religious or denominational, as we are ever mindful of diversity.