A Clean, Well-Lighted Place was formed as a place for undergraduate, new, and emerging writers to display their works of poetry and short fiction.
Singular, idiosyncratic and a little mysterious, Black Clock is one of America's leading literary journals. Since its inception in 2004, the publication has featured work (by Don DeLillo, Richard
Issue #1 just published! 108 big full-color e-pages, full of spiny, succulent fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art. On the search for more literature that thrives, literature that makes us swoon,
We are an online magazine of literature and the arts, featuring poetry, fiction, art, original musical compositions, and short video art. We lean heavily toward the experimental and the avant-garde, but we have no exclusive "school" or dogma. We always like to be surprised.
Call & Response is a blog and handmade journal dedicated to responsive art and writing. We are looking to foster a fluid dialogue within the creative community by issuing weekly challenges, encouraging collaboration and facilitating a free exchange of ideas. We hope that readers will engage actively with our content, not simply appreciating the work that appears in C&R as passive observers but using it as a jumping-off point for their own work.
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Current acceptance rate is less than five percent. Each piece submitted should not be over 500 words. If poetry, not over five per submission. Include a short, third person bio that tells us
Caper Literary Journal accepts mostly poetry and very few outstanding pieces of prose. We are interested in wr! iting that is unique, edgy and culturally aware. We appreciate play with languages, magical realism and eclectic, experimental work. However, all work is welcome so long as it does not rhyme or is used as a soap box. We also publish "author features" and other writing projects.
Capture global lit mag publishes new, emerging and established writers. We largely feature short fiction, novel excerpts, poetry but also include photography and visual art. We like to include a strong cross-section of writers, photographers and artists from around the world. The Capture collective does not believe in borders, any kind of borders
Cardinal Sins is Saginaw Valley State University's arts and writing magazine. We are run by the students and faculty of SVSU. Although regular submissions for Cardinal Sins are only open to SVSU students, faculty, and alumni, our annual contest is open to everyone!
Est. in 2000, Carve magazine, named in honor of Raymond Carver, is a literary magazine publishing new short stories every quarter. Our stories are free to read online
Cats with Thumbs is here to provide a scratching post for the creative itch.
We are dedicated to publishing poetry, flash fiction, and short fiction by new and established writers. We're fond of stories that illuminate the human condition as we search for meaning and passion in our lives. We publish a piece online every Monday, 52 weeks per year. We launched on September 6th, 2010. Thank you for considering us.
At Cease, Cows we want to explore the contemporary, the strange, the big questions. We want to feel cultural pulses, expose mental arteries, bathe in both the sanguine and sanguinary. We want to publish prose and poems with fire and truth. Humans may be animals,
About Years ago, the dark glow of a bar called Cedars drew us writers in. We met there nightly to talk, drink, laugh, cry and play.
Cerise Press is an international, online journal of literature, arts, and culture based in the United States and France, and is published three times per year (Summer, Fall / Winter, and Spring). We publish poetry, poetry in translation, interviews, reviews, essays, fiction, photography, and fine art.
CHA: An Asian Literary Journal is the first and currently only Hong Kong-based online literary quarterly journal dedicated to publishing creative works ! from and about
Chagrin River Review is named after the Chagrin River, which flows into Lake Erie in the Northeast corner of Ohio. Not only do we publish work with Ohio connections, but any poetry and stories
The editors actively solicit writing that expresses the values of Chautauqua Institution broadly construed: a sense of inquiry into questions of personal, social, political, spiritual, and aesthetic importance, regardless of genre. We consider the work of any writer, whether or not affiliated with Chautauqua Institution, except for members of the Board of the Chautauqua Writers? Center unless solicited for special issues. The qualities we seek include a mastery of craft, attention to vivid and accurate language, a true lyric ?ear,? an original and compelling vision, and strong narrative instinct. Above all, we value work that is intensely personal, yet somehow implicitly comments on larger public concerns?work that answers every reader?s most urgent question: Why are you telling me this?
Two doctors in Mississippi bring their love of literature to life in their independent literary journal, “China Grove." The first issue featured an exclusive interview with National Book Award winner