(?m): A Review of Text and Image is a digital literary magazine. We publish for e-readers, ios/android tablets, and traditional computers. We're open to all kinds of work.
Abalone Moon is a poetry and arts journal both thematic and eclectic in its choice of poetry and art. It features work by outstanding contemporary poets and artists.
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.
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.
AndWeWereHungry is an online arts and literary magazine currently in development. We exist to celebrate the short story while also showcasing a mix of prose
Angie?s DIARY is a contemporary, online magazine and community for writers, readers and editors. Free Submission of stories, essays, articles, poems and excerpts. Massive exposure
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.
Arroyo Literary Review is a print-based publication produced annually by students and alumni of California State University, East Bay.
ART TIMES Literary Journal and Resource for the Fine and Performing Arts
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.
Beaks of Eagles: a journal about man's need and nature "...an it is good for him to know that his needs and nature are no more changed in ten thousand years that the beaks of eagles." Robinson Jeffers, 1937 accepting short stories, essays, poems, interviews that relate to men's needs and nature.
Bellesprit magazine is a free online magazine covering topics of healing, spirituality, guidance, divination and the paranormal.
BLACKBERRY: a magazine aims to be a premier literary magazine featuring black women writers and artists. Its goal is to expose readers to the diversity of the black woman?s experience and strengthen the black female voice in both
A monthly online literary magazine looking for the best in fiction and poetry, literature that moves readers and makes us want to keep reading. Also considers essays/editorials on relevant issues of current socialconcern.
We want poetry, essays, fiction, translations, and art. We accept submissions through Submittable from Jan 01 - Oct 15th only. We only consider unpublished work which means no online reprints from magazine,
Brain, Child treats motherhood as a subject worthy of literature. And in the best tradition of literature, it celebrates the diversity of mothers and their styles. Our essays and features address
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
Chronicles [insert story here] is a brand new literary magazine launching in February of 2013. We will be accepting submissions as of now, though, and will continue to accept submissions
Cleave is a Janus verb, meaning both to stick tight and to fall away. A cleaver is the most broad-edged and brutally efficient kitchen knife, designed to be swung like a hammer for the most effective channel of force.
CONSEQUENCE is a new literary magazine focusing on the culture of war in the twenty-first century. We believe that literature and art can advance the discourse a
The Cumberland River Review is an annual publication of new poetry, fiction, essays, and art. The journal is produced by the department of English at Trevecca Nazarene University, in
DIABOLIQUE is the new magazine that explores Gothic horror in film, literature, history and art, to push our understanding of the genre. Diabolique Magazine, (published bimonthly),
Drunk Monkeys is an online publication which features an eclectic mix of content, from original poetry and fiction to cultural and political essays, film and television reviews, and humor pieces.
Originally launched as a bookselling site specializing in hard-to-find poetry & Beat Generation books, Empty Mirror has, since its launch in 2000, morphed into an online arts magazine, covering modern literature, art, film, and music. We are well-established, indexed by Google, and have a large readership. While some of our contributors are well-known with long publication histories, others have published for the very first time at Empty Mirror. Experience isn't necessary - we are simply looking for interesting arts-related work which our visitors would like to read. We're dedicated to helping our contributors get the word out about their work. EMB is glad to publish contributors' bios, links to their websites and books, and other sites with which they're affiliated, and will also use social networking efforts and other methods to spread the word.
Essays & Fictions can be characterized by two points, E & F: E) Essays & Fictions is an online journal of literature and criticism. Established in Midsummer 2007, the co-founding editors set out to exploit the web as a means to distribute their book ?le, which was carefully crafted by The Landscape Press. Opting to reject the crude language of web design as a series of reductive assaults on the eye and the intellect, and declining to de?ne itself by rigid, murky notions of genre and ?xed knowable truth (to which many contemporary literary journals are enslaved, having been conceived, born and delivered in dichotomous form), Essays & Fictions emerged, seeking and publishing exceptional prose that is either essay or ?ction, or both, or neither. F) Essays & Fictions is an online literary journal, and not a depository for corpses.
Everest Magazine was founded by two recent college graduates as a project to continue working with literature and art beyond their time in university. The goal of Everest is to, through online publications, reach out to readers across the globe with a diverse selection of creative works. Although the primary focus of the magazine is literature, it is also important to its creators that an exceptional selection of visual art is featured as well.
The Fear of Monkeys is an E-Zine that features politically conscious writing. The plan is to present issues on a series of wide-ranging topics. Submit an article, story, graphic or poem now and be heard. This is an invitation for those of you who wish, or know someone who might wish, to write something vaguely political in nature. The purpose of this Zine is to give voice to those who have written a piece of prose or poetry, and to some degree, graphical or programming art.
Flint Hills Review is an annual publication with a national circulation. We publish work with a particular interest in region, including regions of place, regions of ethnicity,
fwriction : review is an online literary journal, specializing in work that melts faces and rocks waffles.
At this time, we are seeking ideas, articles and artwork for publication on a variety of topics. Articles can range from full-length to reviews of important films, DVDs, books, and music. If you are interested in contributing to Gadfly Online, please email your pitch, resume and writing/art samples and/or submissions to email@example.com, with the subject line reading EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS. For completed articles, please send your piece as an attached word document. You do not need to have been published before to be considered for publication.
Gore Noir Magazine is a horror magazine about horror culture. We cover models, artists, photographers, tattoos, musicians, etc. We don't cover movies
Green Briar Review accepts nonfiction and fiction in a variety of forms, as well as poetry. Please submit only one piece of fiction and/or nonfiction at a time, and no more than three poems. We publish on a rolling basis as work comes in.
Griffith REVIEW celebrates good writing and promotes public debate. It steps back from the issues of the day and gives writers the space to grow on the page. Essays reflect on the underlying significance of events and trends, explain the details that get lost in the news and examine the unintended consequences of public policy. Griffith REVIEW is edited by Julianne Schultz.
HOBO PANCAKES is an online humor journal that strives to present humor in many forms -- from absurdist to slapstick, poetry to prose, if it's funny, we'll print it.
Instigatorzine is a literary/art zine designed to publish any works of quality including fiction, nonfiction, poetry, plays, etc. Literature is illustrated by our own staff to complement each piece.
IRISH PAGES is a non-partisan, non-sectarian, culturally ecumenical, and wholly independent journal. It seeks to create a novel literary space in the North adequate to the unfolding cultural potential of the new political dispensation. The magazine is cognisant of the need to reflect in its pages the various meshed levels of human relations: the regional (Ulster), the national (Ireland and Britain), the continental (the whole of Europe), and the global.
The Center for the Study of Science Fiction (CSSF), in association with the University of Kansas, announces the launch of James Gunn's Ad Astra, an online resource for authors, scholars and all those who are interested in speculative fiction at http://adastra.ku.edu/. CSSF is known for its resources, links, reading lists, workshops and online courses. James Gunn's Ad Astra is excited to expand these offerings to a wider audience through creative short fiction and poetry, featured reviews, and scholarly articles.
Here at the Kudzu Review we look for savvy, sharp, well polished literature that captures life in a post-natural world. We publish work, bi-annually, that is outstanding, and motivated by concerns with man?s place in the world. This isn?t your grandmother?s moldy copy of Shelly poems; show us the ?new-nature? with your place, post-colonial, post-gender, and activist writing. Give us new takes on what is ?natural.? Turn your ecocritical eye on any aspect of modern life, see what comes out. Avoid overt, or preachy messages. Enter contests for poetry, fiction, essays, and recipes. Cast new light on rapid species extinction, climate change, food production, technology, sustainability and community. Make us laugh; make us cry. Show us what it means to exist in an ecosystem, a biosphere. Most of all, inspire us
Lady Ink is a woman-centric magazine featuring short stories, poetry, essays, plays, and art from women of all ages and experience levels. We seek to produce relevant content that favorably portrays female protagonists and women's issues. We are less concerned with feminism as we are with femininity; and, we endeavor to showcase content that is a balanced reflection of the female experience.
Lantern Review aims to serve the literary community by providing a virtual space in which to promote and discuss the work of contemporary Asian American poets and artists. We seek to publish expertly crafted work in a variety of forms and aesthetics, including traditional and experimental pieces, hybrid forms, multimedia work, and new translations. We welcome pieces from anglophone writers of all ethnic backgrounds whose work has a vested interest in issues relevant to the Asian diaspora in North America, as well as work created collaboratively in a community context.
The Literary Yard invites stories, articles on literature, literary criticism, opinion articles on literature
Literati Magazine is a literary magazine catering to the young urban reader. We publish short stories, poems, online novels, commentary, editorials, book reviews, music original drawings and original photography. Our target audience is young writers/artist between the ages of 16 to 40.
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
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. www.fourthorder.org. We publish work that penetrates experience, seeking the unifying voice beneath the world's apparent divisions, a voice that hums in the timbre of the great cross cultural wisdom traditions.
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
Newtown Literary is a new semi-annual literary journal published in electronic and paper formats. We look for fiction, creative nonfiction, essays, and poetry that go beyond entertainment and storytelling. The pieces we include for publication have struck us on a deep level. Pieces that juxtapose humor with grief, tell untold love stories, and replace clich? with innovation are examples of works that will find a home in Newtown Literary.
In the past we have given many writers, artists, poets and photographers an opportunity to be read and applauded by our peers and inspiration to beginning writers, poets,artists and photgraphers. Within these pages, emotions pour from their pens upon the pages like a thawing river, thus allowing them to express what's in their emotional hearts, Emotions that express the torment of broken hearts, the happiness of sharing, and the realism of life by unique individuals.
Pastiche Magazine is a Yorkshire literary ezine, featuring news, book and event reviews, events listings and an art, audio, prose and poetry zine. We?re committed
phati'tude Literary Magazine is back and we are now accepting submissions for our Spring 2010 issue, to debut in April 2010 in time for National Poetry Month. phati'tude Literary Magazine offers readers a wide collection of works that consist of poetry, prose, short stories, articles, interview and essays, along with literary criticism,
Eclectic magazine of poetry and fiction. Looking for high quality, engaging and thought provoking submissions
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.
REDzine is the first, and only, multicultural literature and art magazine of its kind at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. It is a nationally accredited, and distributed, journal in which works of art live harmoniously on the page with prose, poetry and featured interviews.
River Poets Journal Accepts: New and Established Writers Poetry - 3 to 6 poems Short Stories - under 5,000 words Flash Fiction
SCREAM is Britain's all new premier Horror Magazine. SCREAM is your best source for horror movies, news, reviews, previews, celebrity interviews, books, games, film festival reports, comics and pretty much everything else you can think of in the world of horror. The magazine is published bi-monthly and available at all good newsagents and book stores across the UK. Copies of each issue will also be available to purchase on the site and in the future we will also be offering a worldwide subscription service to SCREAM where not only will you receive the magazine delivered to your door every 60 days but you'll save money in the process and also receive the occasional gory goody too! How can you resist?! So, once again, a very warm welcome to SCREAM. We are going to enjoy having you along for the very bloody ride!
Scroll is strictly devoted to preserving the works and dreams of the original artist. We want works that's strong in nature, life, real experiences, thoughts, testimonial and dreams.
Our mission is to play an international role in fostering and preserving the best of what the literary arts are capable of doing: writing that may impel others to become writers themselves; writing that will add to and enhance the dialogue of the arts; writing that reaffirms our belief in the inspiring possibilities of the written word.
Former L.A. Weekly editors Joe Donnelly and Laurie Ochoa founded Slake: Los Angeles in 2010 to dispel the notion that print is dead and to provide a platform for great Los Angeles–based storytelling. The quarterly's first issue has appeared on the Los Angeles Times's nonfiction bestseller list four times as of October 2010. The journal is populated with long-form journalism, fiction, essay, memoir, poetry, art criticism, and photo essays that tell the scores of untold stories about Southern California.
Soundings Review, a bi-annual publication in conjunction with the Northwest Institute of Literary Arts MFA program, publishes poetry, fiction, children/young adult and prose, including essays and interviews.
We aim to have a mix of original poetry, prose, and critical work which will include reviews, essays and literary analysis and welcomes submissions in all the languages of Scotland as well as english.
Streetlight is an online, non-profit magazine dedicated to publishing new and noteworthy works of poetry, fiction, non-fiction and art. The magazine began life as an annual print publication featuring works from central Virginia
Stymie is a nonprofit online literary magazine focused on sport (and games) in literature, be it through fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction or essay. We love the sport themed work (i.e. baseball) published at places like Hobart and The Southern Review, and other places like Golf World (in their annual fiction issue). We're partial to the essays of David Foster Wallace, the short stories of Kelly Link, and other such things. We'd be ecstatic to get an essay on 1986's Double Dribble for the NES.
Talking Verse is a blog devoted to debate on poetry. It is not a place to publish poetry or fiction. Essays that look at issues raised by poetry are welcome. Although there i
The Bluebird Journal is a new online publication looking for writers and artists, both emerging and established. The first issue will appear July 1st! 2010, and every three months thereafter.
The Carolina Quarterly publishes a variety of poetry, fiction, essays, reviews, and artwork three times a year. Approximately 1,000 copies are distributed to readers locally and to individual subscribers,
The Criterion: An International Journal in English is peer-reviewed e-journal.
The Cumberland River Review is a quarterly online publication of new poetry, fiction, essays, and art. The journal is produced by the department of English at Trevecca Nazarene University, in Nashville, Tennessee, and welcomes submissions from both national and international writers and artists.
The Drum is a non-profit online magazine dedicated to literature in audio form. We publish short fiction and essays from emerging and established writers who value the power of writing out loud.
The FictionWeek Literary Review is published online twice a year, spring! and fall by FictionWeek.com. We are now accepting submissions for the Spring 2010 Issue. The FictionWeek Literary Review is a venue for innovative fiction and poetry. We intend to primarily publish writing that breaks new ground by finding new ways to tell a story. Selections from novels will also be considered for publication, as will essays related to the art and craft of writing
The Gap-Toothed Madness is an independent lit mag out of Sacramento, CA.
The Gopher Illustrated emerges from the desire to consume hefty, satisfying cultural content that is worth keeping. We envision a cultural publication in which content is associative, obsessive, ludic and endures in time. Instead of covering the current and the immediate ? staples of the internet era ? we aim for stories, pieces and ideas that take time, are globally local and ultimately timeless. The ?Gopher? is leisurely but is composed of meticulous, opinionated, crafty, original work within its obsessively designed pages. All content is contextualized within networks of meaning; offering internet-like margin content and text and visual add-ons.
The Hedgehog Review delivers insightful, accessible writing by scholars and cultural critics focused on the most important questions of our day: What does it mean to be human? How do we live with our deepest differences? When does a community become a good community? The transformations taking place in our world are rapid, far-reaching, and challenging. The Hedgehog Review provides resources for navigating these changes. ISSN: 1527-9677 UPC/Bipad: 74470 27522 Frequency: 3 times per year (Spring, Summer, and Fall) Pages per issue: 120 (varies) Cover price: $12.00 Subscription price: $25.00 one year (3 issues) $45.00 two years (6 issues)
The Literary Yard invites stories, articles on literature, literary criticism, opinion articles on literature and literary trends and much more. Send your best write-ups in a .doc, .docx, or .rtf file. If you?re sending poems,
The METRIC is an online literary publishing project. We aim to promote literary interestingness on the web at a grassroots level. METRIC?s origins are sprung from smaller e-zines.
The Missing Slate originated in Pakistan as a vehicle to promote original and innovative work from writers and artists of any age, from any country. The magazine aims to provide a platform
The Newtowner, is a first-of-its-kind quarterly arts and literary magazine featuring fiction, poetry, memoir, essays and features celebrating local
The Paris-American was founded in New York by poet C. L. O'Dell in 2012. Since its launch, the ezine has featured many award-winning authors such as Matthew Dickman, Chloe Honum, Carl
THE PATH, Phoenix's newest literary magazine, is a semiannual themed ebook/ezine magazine featuring essays, short stories, poetry, interviews and book reviews. It's a down-to-earth vehicle for writers of fiction and non-fiction to express themselves about a given theme.
The Plume is an online literary, arts, news and commentary magazine dedicated to publishing the best work from the international under-twenty-five demographic. First launched in January
The Social Inquiry, a non-profit research journal, blazing with the deviant spirit of its team and its writers, was born in December 2012, when the founding board decided that young, aspiring social scientists needed an avenue to participate in the ongoing academic discourse.
subtopia [s?b?t??p??]n (Social Science / Human Geography) Britsuburban development that encroaches on rural areas yet appears to offer the attractions of country life to suburban
Thumbnail is a print literary journal published quarterly. We accept short essays, reviews, commentary, fiction, and poetry. We also accept photographs and other artwork. Believing economy does not equal sacrifice, Thumbnail's mission is to promote the expression of large ideas in a short compass, to convey the simple and briefly sensual through writing and visual art.
From the Editor Sitting on the veranda, among pines and oaks, looking out at my apple, pear and cherry trees with a hot cup of coffee in my hands I gaze east into the Colorado Desert 4,000 feet below,
The goals of Words Apart are twofold: discussion of real topics that affect us and presentation of art that reflects the complexity of life. We do not want to be hip. We do not want to be elitist. We want to be sincere. And most of all we want the literature we publish to represent single moments in a continuous dialogue, a dialogue that you are also a part of.
The Neustadt International Prize for Literature is a biennial award sponsored by the University of Oklahoma and World Literature Today. The NSK Neustadt Prize for Children's Literature is a new award intended to enhance the quality of children's literature by promoting writing that contributes to the quality of their lives.