Currently MidAmerican Fiction & Photography has a few editors who also have full time lives and jobs away from MAFP
Based in Omaha, NE, EAB Publishing is the home of Midnight Circus, a seasonal literary magazine. We publish work that makes us unabashedly cry, laugh-out-loud, dream of a better tomorrow,
The Midwest Review is an annual literary and arts magazine published in Madison Wisconsin, featuring the Midwest in work by writers, photographers and artists
The Minetta Review is the oldest surviving literary and arts publication at New York University and is completely
Founded in June 2012, Miracle e-zine, is a literary and art magazine. It is a bi-monthly magazine for and by writers and publishes works by emerging/ established writers from around the world.
Mixed Fruit is a quarterly literary magazine that publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, translations, visual art, and other miscellaneous categories (see guidelines for more info). Our aesthetic
The journal is edited by Bill Church, an Instructor of English at Missouri Western. The Mochila Review is one of the few journals staffed by undergraduate students. These undergrads choose to take the course as an elective. The student staffers are involved in the entire editing and publishing process.
Mojo is the graduate-run online literary journal from Wichita State University?s MFA program. We publish in the Fall and Spring. All selected work is considered for inclusion in our annual
Moon Milk Review takes its title from Italo Calvino?s short story, ?The Distance of the Moon.? Our aesthetic veers toward the same ?otherlands? or ?slipstream? in literary style, including an appreciation for magical realist, experimental, metarealist and realist works with an interesting spin. Currently, MMR runs monthly issues of free fiction and a multi-media gallery with artwork and music.
Named after the bold strategy in the game of Hearts known as ?shooting the moon?, Moonshot looks for innovative writing that takes risks. We aim to eliminate the social challenges involved in writing and give an even platform to all voices based solely on the quality of the work itself. The magazine features a diverse range of writers from all over the globe
The Pacific Northwest is home to a thriving, vibrant literary culture. Following in a long tradition of finely crafted regional writing that is at once lyrical and gritty
Mothers Always Write is a new online literary magazine for mothers by mother writers. As mother writers, we know there are endless numbers of mother writers
We are published in the Creative Writing Department of Roger Williams University, Bristol RI.
Mount Hope Magazine is a literary magazine based out of Roger Williams University in Bristol, RI. The publication prints twice a year, and is also available in PDF format.
Mud Season Review is an international literary journal run by members of the Burlington Writers Workshop, a free writing workshop based in Vermont
Muse India is devoted to Indian literature and showcases Indian Writing in English as well as translations from all Indian language literatures. Each Issue focuses on one of the Indian language literature.
Nietzsche said, 'Without forgetting it is quite impossible to live at all.' Yet, the tension remains: between the desire to forget, and the instinct that you cannot,
mythium's goal is to gather all the diverse narratives of indigenous and diasporic ethnicities under one umbrella: african, asian, hispanic, middle eastern, native american, african american, etc., exposing a multicultural collective to the mainstream audience.
Writers interested in contributing to n+1 should note that we come out only three times each year, and that most if not all of the slots available for a given issue will have been filled by the editors many months before publication. That said, if you would like to brave the odds, the best submissions guidelines are those implied by the magazine itself. Read an issue or two through to get a sense of whether your piece might fit into n+1.
Edited by Carol Edgarian and Tom Jenks two well-established editors, the publication is making a real run at being a “big time” literary magazine on the web