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‘Sea Change’

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‘Sea Change’
The 'Sealand Literary Supplement to Life' is the umbrella name for a series of periodically published books and booklets dedicated to contemporary literature. We cater to the needs

3Elements Review

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3Elements Review
3Elements Review was founded to spark imagination, to provide a unique creative challenge, and at the very least, to allow writers and artists a bit of fun with our three element prompts.

971 MENU

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971 MENU
971 MENU is a purely online not-for-profit venture. We publish whenever we have enough work to justify an issue. That means five pieces. The minimum time between issues is thirty days, and attempts are made to coincide with the first of the month. We publish fiction and nonfiction of any length and sometimes accidentally other stuff. 971 MENU began in September 2006 as a publisher of fiction under 1000 words. We are pleased with our work, and we are quite pleased with the high-quality work we have been fortunate enough to publish, but we no longer limit ourselves in terms of length. However, your chance of seeing a thirty-page epic here is fairly slim. We still put out the short stuff, and some that's a little bit longer.

A Trunk of Delirium

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A Trunk of Delirium
About the Press Le Pink Elephant Press was founded in 2003 in Kent, Ohio after the deconstruction of Hart's Compass. Le Pink Elephant Press' founder and editor in chief is Suzanne

ALL GENRES

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All Genres accepts creative writing from all genres. We believe that good writing can exist in any genre.

Alligator Juniper

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Alligator Juniper
The Alligator Juniper tree is in the juniper family with bark in a checkered pattern, resembling an alligator's skin. While the tree is native to the southwest, the alligator is native to swampland and tropics.

Ancient Paths

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Ancient Paths
Ancient Paths literary magazine publishes poetry, flash fiction, art, and photography with subtle religious themes. The works featured in Ancient Paths explore struggles

AndWeWereHungry

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AndWeWereHungry
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

At Length

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At Length
At Length is a venue for ambitious, in-depth writing, music, photography, and art that are open to possibilities shorter forms preclude. As a print-friendly online magazine, we create ways for readers, listeners, and viewers to interact with noteworthy long work, and other publications have noticed. Among those who have recommended our writing and interviews are Harpers.org, NPR online, The Awl, VillageVoice.com and Longform.org, which called ?The Decisive Ones? one of the year?s 20 best essays. Best American Poetry 2011 will feature our selection of poems from Major Jackson?s Holding Company, and Best Music Writing 2011 will include Nate Chinen?s ?Direction Nowhere.?

Baltimore Review

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Baltimore Review
The mission of The Baltimore Review is to showcase Baltimore as a literary hub of diverse writing and promote the work of emerging and established writers.

Bare Fiction Magazine

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Bare Fiction Magazine
Bare Fiction was set up to promote new writing in all forms through performance, digital representation and publication. We offer a platform for new creative writing across poetry, fiction and plays

Bartleby Snopes

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Bartleby Snopes
Bartleby Snopes is founded on the principle that writers deserve quick responses and personalized feedback. We publish two stories per week and end each month with a Story of the Month contest voted on by the readers. Twice per year we release a print/PDF version

Behind Closed Doors

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Everyone out there has a story. Some people choose to keep it to themselves, while others dream of telling it. Behind closed doors?it?s just a little harder to hear. At Behind Closed Doors, we are giving artists and writers the opportunity to tell their story.

Bellesprit

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Bellesprit
Bellesprit magazine is a free online magazine covering topics of healing, spirituality, guidance, divination and the paranormal.

BLACKBERRY: a magazine

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BLACKBERRY: a magazine
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

Blotterature

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Blotterature
Blotterature is a brand new journal founded by four writers from Northwest Indiana. We accept a wide variety of prose, poetry, and artwork.

Blue Collar Review

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Blue Collar Review
Blue Collar Review (Journal of Progressive Working Class Literature), published quarterly, contains poetry, short stories, and illustrations "reflecting the working class experience--a broad range from the personal to the societal.

Bodega

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Bodega
Bodega releases digital issues on the first Monday of every month, featuring poetry, prose, and quarterly interviews by established and emerging writers.

Bricolage Magazine

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Bricolage Magazine
Bricolage Magazine Information about your publication Bricolage is a new arts and culture magazine based in India. We seek original, exciting works of art, literature and photograph for publication.  What type of submissions are you…

Cactus Heart

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Cactus Heart
Issue #1 just published! 108 big full-color e-pages, full of spiny, succulent fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art. On the search for more literature that thrives, literature that makes us swoon,

Carbon Culture Review

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Carbon Culture Review
Carbon Culture Review advocates a creative, thoughtful and visually appealing dialogue about our complex relationship to technology. We strive to promote the work of those who employ technology and utilize

Cedars

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About Years ago, the dark glow of a bar called Cedars drew us writers in. We met there nightly to talk, drink, laugh, cry and play.

Chautauqua

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The editors actively solicit writing that expresses the values of Chautauqua Institution broadly construed: a sense of inquiry into questions of personal, social, political, spiritual, and aesthetic importance, regardless of genre. We consider the work of any writer, whether or not affiliated with Chautauqua Institution, except for members of the Board of the Chautauqua Writers? Center unless solicited for special issues. The qualities we seek include a mastery of craft, attention to vivid and accurate language, a true lyric ?ear,? an original and compelling vision, and strong narrative instinct. Above all, we value work that is intensely personal, yet somehow implicitly comments on larger public concerns?work that answers every reader?s most urgent question: Why are you telling me this?

China Grove

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China Grove
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

Chocorua Review

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Chocorua Review
Change moods. Change minds. We?re looking for verse, prose, photography, and paintings that carry intellectual and emotional weight. Work that has something to say. To reveal. To

Cleaver Magazine

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Cleaver Magazine
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.

CLOCKHOUSE

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CLOCKHOUSE
Clockhouse accepts works of poetry, fiction, memoir, creative nonfiction, and dramatic works for stage or screen. We encourage submissions from both

Communion

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Communion
Communion is an international biannual online literary journal not affiliated with any literary school or movement. We simply publish what moves us emotionally/intellectually

CONSEQUENCE magazine

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CONSEQUENCE magazine
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

Contraposition

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Contraposition
Contraposition is a digital literary magazine. Its quarterly releases are available for the public to view as well as download. The aim of this magazine is to help foster the regrowth of poetry in the digital age.

Copaiba Literary Review

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Copaiba Literary Review
The copaiba (pronounced co-pie-ba) is a tree that symbolizes vitality. Copaiba Press publishes a quarterly literary magazine and hosts workshops and other events to celebrate the vitality of our veterans and the communities they serve. Our mission is to document the truths of war and to seek peace and healing for veterans, their families, and everyone affected by conflict. Copaiba Press has no political agenda. Sure, ultimately we'd like to see world peace, but who wouldn't? We're not here to talk about policies or politics. We're here to celebrate good writing and to allow the voices of veterans and their family members to be heard. Nothing more, nothing less

Crash

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Crash
Crash is an online literary journal celebrating the spontaneous, amorphous, and surreal. Most genres of unpublished short creative writing in the English language will be considered. Crash isn’t meant to be too specific. Our mission statement is best reflected in each issue as a whole.

Crazyhorse

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Crazyhorse
Recent poems from Crazyhorse were selected for reprint in The Best American Poetry 2008 and 2007 and The Pushcart Prize anthology, recent fiction in The Best American Short Stories 2008. Richard Jackson?s poem ?Cain?s Legacy,? won a 2004 Pushcart Prize. Dinty W. Moore?s essay ?Son of Mr. Green Jeans,? was reprinted in the January 2004 Harper?s Magazine. Read excerpts online: http://crazyhorse.cofc.edu. Since 1960, Crazyhorse has published John Updike, Raymond Carver, Jorie Graham, John Ashbery, Robert Bly, Ha Jin, James Wright, Carolyn Forch?, Charles Simic, Lynda Hull, Charles Wright, Jean Valentine, and Billy Collins. Past authors have been reprinted in the annual Pushcart Prize and Best American anthologies, have won Pulitzer Prizes, the National Book Award, the O. Henry Prize, have been Guggenheim fellows and NEA Fellowship recipients.

Creative Nonfiction

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Creative Nonfiction
Creative Nonfiction is the voice of the genre. Published since 1994 as a journal, in 2010 CNF adopted a larger magazine format that combines new creative nonfiction about a variety of topics with columns and features about the art, business and craft of the genre. Recent issues have included interviews with or new work by Susan Cheever, Dave Eggers, Phillip Lopate, Lauren Slater, Ruth Reichl and other well-known writers, as well as several never-before-published writers.

Dactyl

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Dactyl
Dactyl is a new print publication. We have just launched our inaugural issue at Summerhall in Edinburgh to much fanfare. We accept poetry, prose, illustration,photography, calligraphy.

Dappled Things

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Dappled Things
Dappled Things is a Catholic literary magazine, and this raises the question of what Catholic literature is in the first place.

Decades Review

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Decades Review
Decades Review is an online literary magazine for humans. We enjoy publishing any genre of poetry, photography, artwork, any genre of flash fiction/non-fiction, and fiction/non-fiction short stories.

Disingenuous Twaddle

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Disingenuous Twaddle
DISINGENUOUS TWADDLE is a linguistic and visual experiment which provides a base and a springboard for the experimental, the new, the newer. This is YOUR language, YOUR artwork, YOUR Twaddle. Get it noticed.

Duende

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Duende
Duende Website From the Editor Duende is the all-online literary journal of the BFA in Writing program at Goddard College. Duende aspires to represent the true beauty and diversity of the literary ecosystem. A majority…

Earthen Lamp Journal

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Earthen Lamp Journal
The Earthen Lamp Journal is a literary e-journal, published by Divya Dubey of Gyaana Books. The editors include: Mariam Karim, Suneetha Balakrishnan, Renu Kaul, Abdullah Khan.

Eastlit

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Eastlit
Eastlit is a monthly journal promoting, encouraging and showcasing English literature in or connected to East and South East Asia and its people and culture.

EdgePiece

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EdgePiece
We?re emerging editors launching emerging writers. Our mission is simple: to give new writers and artists a place to start?an edge piece for their big-picture puzzle. And when we say ?new,? we mean it. This isn?t about elitism or exclusivity. EdgePiece is a place for anyone with a voice and the simple, human desire to have it heard. We?re your soap box, your mic stand, your stage?and we?re asking you to use us. We publish fiction, non-fiction, poetry, reviews, photography and art in our issues, which we release tri-annually.We never fully reject a manuscript; we work with you, editing your piece and suggesting improvements. This way, everyone gets experience and satisfaction from the process. That said? Let?s hear it.

El Portal

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El Portal
Eastern New Mexico University’s literary magazine, El Portal, offers a venue for the work of writers, artists and photographers.

Elan Literary Magazine

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Elan Literary Magazine
The ?lan literary magazine is a publication of the Creative Writing program at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts in Jacksonville, Fl. Its creation in 1986 was fueled by a passion for the written word that inspired students

Embodied Effigies

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Embodied Effigies
Embodied Effigies is a literary magazine in the works. We emphasize the community of Creative Nonfiction Writers, and the bonds that hold us together as we explore the aether surrounding our pasts, presents, and futures.

Empty Mirror

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Empty Mirror
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.

Enhance Magazine

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Enhance Magazine
Enhance is an online literary and art magazine that will try to understand the human?s perception of life through literature and art. Enhance is interested in publishing new and emerging artists in all genres.

Far Enough East

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Far Enough East
Far Enough East is an international online literary journal published quarterly. For more information visit www.farenougheast.com.

Far Off Places

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Far Off Places
Described by the National Collective as one “of the hottest literary journals” around, Far Off Places has expanded its remit of publishing poetry and short prose with its latest issue; Sartorial is the first issue of the magazine

Fiction International

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Fiction International
Fiction International is the only literary journal in the United States emphasizing formal innovation and social activism. It features a wide variety of fiction, nonfiction, indeterminate prose, and

filling Station

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filling Station seeks experimental fiction, poetry, non-fiction, and art. Anything suprising, unpredictable, innovative, or unique. We accept pieces that experiment with form or content, or both.

FORTH Magazine

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FORTH Magazine
Throughout history, the one element that has made us uniquely human is the ability to make art. This fascinating element of the human condition includes the capacity

Futures Trading

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Futures Trading
Futures Trading presents forward-facing literary exchanges among singular possessives. Discover verse and prose capable of advancing your personhood status well into tomorrow.

Gold Man Review

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Gold Man Review
Gold Man Review, an annual literary magazine produced in Salem, Oregon, under the umbrella of Gold Man Publishing, is aimed at serving our community of authors and artists.

Gone Lawn

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Gone Lawn
"Gone Lawn seeks to explore and advance the growth of a new literary intention befitting our new century. In particular we seek innovative, nontraditional and daring works, both narrative and poetic,

Grain

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Grain
Grain, the journal of eclectic writing, is a literary quarterly that publishes engaging, eclectic, and challenging writing and art by Canadian and international writers and artists. Grain is published