Publishing the best national and international poetry: recent authors include Alicia Ostriker, Amy Gerstler, Stuart Dybek, Carl Dennis, Denise Duhamel, Terese Svoboda, Waldrep,


Poecology is a new literary e-journal for poetry, fiction and nonfiction about ecology, place, and the environment. In an age of increasing disconnection from the physical world and the myriad communities of people, plants, animals and topographies, Poecology seeks to revitalize interconnectedness. The writing published here will meditate on ...

Poetic Monthly Magazine

Our magazne is for Writers & Poets. Each month we carry infomative articles on writing and book promotion. We also print the Top 20 Poem submitted throughout the month. With a staff of 10 book reviews we will review authors books and print them in the magazine.

Polyphony On Line : Magazine for International Literature and Art

Polyphony On Line publishes and promotes new contemporary and international voices in fiction, poetry, and the arts. Our publication hopes to invite creative works of literature into the online world, while supporting traditional as well as form-challenging writers for a richness of experience and literary perspective on personal and ...

Potomac Review

Potomac Review opens windows into the complexity of literature; in each issue, our selections span the spectrum of voice and style. We sample realistic and experimental prose and poetry. Drawing 95 % of our content from unsolicited submissions, we publish writers at all stages of their careers.

Poydras Review

Poydras Review believes that creativity and expression are the foundation of our national culture. We seek outstanding literature with sociocultural integrity. The journal aims to help gifted and emerging authors and artists add their voice to the creative community. We hope to introduce their work to the largest public ...

Prime Mincer

Prime Mincer is a thrice-annual print magazine that comes out March 15th, July 15th and November 15th. We at Prime Mincer seek fiction, creative non-fiction, and poetry. We desire first, and foremost, solid, well-crafted and intelligent work, and beyond that are very open minded as far as form and ...

Printer’s Devil Review

Printer?s Devil Review is an independent, open access journal of literary and visual art. We provide emerging writers and artists with access to publication and inquisitive readers with new voices and visions.

Prism Review

Published by the University of La Verne, PRISM REVIEW is an annual journal of well-crafted contemporary poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction from established and emerging writers. Alongside its literary works, PRISM REVIEW also publishes interviews with relevant authors and reviews of contemporary works, giving readers the chance to peer ...

Prism Review

Since 2008, PRISM REVIEW has annually published contemporary poetry and fiction from both national and international authors, choosing the best twenty or so pieces from the thousand-plus


Prole is an exciting, new publication. We publish three issues a year. Our broad variety of poetry and prose

Psychopomp Magazine

The Psychopomp Magazine staff is committed to publishing original fiction that dares to redefine traditional storytelling and genre borders. While we like stories

Pure Slush

Pure Slush publishes online weekly, often three or four times a week. Print varies, but usually every two months a new anthology or chapbook is published.

Quite Curious Literature

Quite Curious Literature is a quarterly electronic literary magazine that bursting at the seams with imagination, alive with vivacity, and screaming like a teakettle to be gone with the doldrums. Issues come with the seasons and are free for all to enjoy, Submissions are accepted eagerly and the most ...

Radioactive Moat

the contents of the radioactive moat include art and literature with a focus on human relationships with other ! humans and / or objects including (but not limited to)

Ragnarok the e-lit journal

Ragnarok wants to see the best in fiction and creative nonfiction. Submit works up to 5,000 words for consideration for the next issue of Ragnarok the e-lit journal.