We're a magazine that isn't a magazine. We publish stories, poems and illustrations on 4x6 cards, which are packaged (unbound) in an envelope and sold for 2 dollars. Though we are based in DC, we accept subscription money from any of the 50 states.
Print journal for the best poetic parodies and other humorous lines.
Founded in the fall of 2012 by two graduate students at Saint Louis University-Madrid Campus, Penumbra features poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction in both English and Spanish.
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 possible by using a variety of mediums including print, online, and ebooks
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.
Retort Magazine is dedicated to the publication and presentation of new innovative, experimental cutting edge art + text in all disciplines. Retort Magazine publishes both fiction and non fiction. Retort has published some of the worlds best known artists and writers but is also a platform for new and emerging writers and artists in all disciplines.
We are a print poetry and art publication, named for the ancient river that flows north from the mountains of Sonora, Mexico, into Arizona. We accept submissions during two submission periods: January 1st through February 29th, and July 1st through August 1st. We will publish an issue around April, and the other in the early fall. We publish approximately 40 to 50 poems each issue, and two to four pieces of artwork.
Scout & Engineer is a print and digital publication founded upon the idea that great storytelling involves blameless technique, yes, but embedded with the author's unapologetic conceptions and value evaluation. Those stories that work as philosophical page-plays and isolated luxuries for bookheads? That reveal practiced ideological gardening that goes beyond ever-trendy jabs at human volition and structure? Those are the stories S&E will proudly host.
We are a contemporary literary journal with ?old-school? style. The editors at Snail Mail Review are committed to bringing only the best in poetry and short fiction
I get excited by writing that tries new things. When a writer can make that comparison that I wish I had come up with first. When the poem isn't trying too hard and somehow makes me feel. When a piece is so lovely and gosh darn sensitive to human nature that I can't help but sigh. I love newness, strangeness, but I equally enjoy traditional poetry, language used in a precise and controlled manner, and when a writer creates a world that I have never seen before. It's the kind of writing that you know you like as soon as you read it, that lingers, that makes you come back to it and read it again.
While Studies Weekly has grown and changed, the principles that guided Paul Thompson in the creation of the first Studies Weekly publication still guide us today. American Legacy Publishing, owned and operated by Paul's daughter and son-in-law, now produces each Studies Weekly publication with the same care and attention that has always characterized the Studies Weekly family of periodicals. At American Legacy Publishing, we know how dedicated teachers and administrators are to the education of America's kids. Trust us to be just as dedicated as you are, and know that we pledge to continue to make Studies Weekly the comprehensive social studies and science solution for your classroom.
The Adroit Journal has been the subject of a fair amount of napkin scribbling since November 2010, when Founder/Editor-in-Chief Peter LaBerge decided that the world needed a literary magazine run entirely by high school and college students that helped the world in more ways than one. The Adroit Journal, bright with enthusiasm, was born. And that enthusiasm remains bright, with over forty students from Boston to Bangalore collaborating on this unique publication. Yet Adroit's uniqueness does not stop there.