Little Patuxent Review (LPR) is a biannual print journal with an associated blog that features writers and artists from the Mid-Atlantic region and beyond. It was founded in 2006 by a group of local writers
Looseleaf Tea ?is a literature and arts journal aimed toward building awareness and knowledge of cultural expression and unvoiced perspectives.
We consider a variety of genres. Preference will be given to humorous submissions with an emphasis on travel. All submissions must be original, unpublished work in English. We welcome simultaneous submissions, but please inform us if your work is accepted elsewhere
We are Emory University?s nationally recognized student-run literary review founded in 1980.
Manic Fervor Website From the Editor Began in January 2014, Manic Fervor seeks out visceral, beautiful work in the genres of poetry, short fiction, essays, photography, and art. Our aim is to publish an issue for every season. We pride ourselves on our crazy, wacky, intensely moving writing ...
Manifestations is the literary journal of the Fourth Order, a multi-faith, trans-faith community sharing the spiritual imperative to serve humanity and the earth creativly through direct action, mentorship, and spiritual practice. We publish work that penetrates experience, seeking the unifying voice beneath the world's apparent divisions, a voice ...
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,
Miracle e-zine is a bi- monthly magazine for young writers by young writers. It seeks submissions in poetry, fiction, art/photography and non-fiction occasionally. It doesn't matter from which place you belong, if you write, then this the magazine that is going to outshine your talent.
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.
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
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
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.
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 ...
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
Neutrons Protons is a monthly literary project that operates with unfaltering belief in three primary things: the power of true and honest human stories
New Letters, a magazine of writing and art, is a quarterly publication that seeks the best new contempoary writing, whether from established writers or from those just ready to be discovered.
New Madrid is the national journal of the low-residency MFA program at Murray State University. It takes its name from the New Madrid seismic zone, which falls within the central Mississippi Valley and extends through western Kentucky.
New Plains Review provides an outlet for the creative and intellectual efforts of the academic community. Dedicated to fostering and maintaining the written word, New Plains Review gives a collective presentation