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Do Not Look at the Sun

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Do Not Look at the Sun
Short stories, poems, as well as notes, thoughts, diary entries and other words that have no place elsewhere. Words that have no business in literary journals or arts reviews, but words that nevertheless deserve to be heard: One-line poems, streams of thoughts and lucid dreams that have no outlet anywhere other than the pages of people's personal notebooks. It is misfit lit

Pachinko!

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Pachinko!
Pachinko! is an online literary magazine featuring short fiction, narrative nonfiction, interviews and visual art

pacificREVIEW

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pacificREVIEW
A west coast arts review annual, pacific REVIEW has published high-quality poetry, prose, and art since 1972. Past issues boast the talent of San Diego State University literati and other notable guest contributors.

Paper Darts

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Paper Darts
Paper Darts is committed to presenting high-quality content that captivates, but doesn't overwhelm, and culminates in a finished product that is, itself, a piece of art. The great aim of Paper Darts is to do away with the overwhelming text block that is most lit mags, and provide avid art lovers and literature buffs with a product that is as artistic as the content it offers. "Paper Darts represents everything that is good and pure about the Twin Cities art scene, and I mean that in the grittiest, sauciest, most titillating way possible...The three editors are like these mythical weird sisters who pluck exciting and divergent work from their surroundings, toss them into a bubbling caldron, and end up with this complex, aromatic ointment even more powerful than its parts." ---Maggie Ryan Sandford, Star Tribune

Papercuts

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Papercuts
Papercuts is the bi-annual literary magazine of Desi Writers Lounge – an online workshop for writers of South Asian origin and writing on South Asia. Both DWL and Papercuts are run entirely on a voluntary basis.

Pastiche Magazine

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Pastiche Magazine
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

Penumbra

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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.

Phantom Limb

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Phantom Limb
Phantom Limb is an independent online poetry journal. We do not adhere to any particular aesthetic but seek quality writing that is not afraid to take risks. We are currently seeking submissions for our second issue. See website for full guidelines, or contact phantomlimbpress@gmail.com. Editor: Kelly Forsythe Poetry Editors: Jeffrey Allen and Hafizah Geter Assistant Poetry Editors: Ryann Wahl, Ekoko Omadeke, Cat Richardson, Joseph Mains Managing Editor: Raul Alvarez

phati’tude Literary Magazine

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phati’tude Literary Magazine
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,

Pigeon Town

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Pigeon Town is an online magazine that features articles, reviews, rants and *other non-fiction by writers across the globe. Tell it like it is. Nothing is off-topic. For information on how

Plume

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

Poecology

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Poecology
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 ecological and place-based themes from various perspectives and aesthetics, pushing boundaries and experimenting whenever possible. Poecology publishes emerging and established writers from around the world. Each fall we will hold literary readings in the greater San Francisco Bay Area, where the journal is based. Please visit www.poecology.org for more information.

Poem2day

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Poem2day
Poem2day serves warm, inspired, quality poems in English. As we want only the best pieces of poetry, it is our policy to reply to submissions within 48 hours. If you have an unpublished poem or artwork to share, please email it (together with your bio) to poem2daysubmit [at] gmail [dot] com.

Poetic Monthly Magazine

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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.

Poetry International

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Poetry International
Each issue includes translations from around the world as well as poems by: Jorge Louis Borges, Paul Celan, Rainer Maria Rilke, Marina Tsvetaeva, Octavio Paz, Kamau Brathwaite, Osip Mandelshtam, Andrianne Rich, John Ashbery, Roberto Bolano, Gerald Stern, Yusef Komynyakaa, Amir Saadi Youssef, Hayden Carruth, Gabriela Mistral, Derek Walcott, Maxine Kumin, Charles Simic, Jean Valentine, Wanda Coleman, Jane Hirshfield, Marge Piercy, Pablo Neruda, James Tate, Seamus Heaney, Ewa Lipska, Philip Levine, W.S. Merwin, Carolyn Forche, Anne Waldman, Toi Derricotte, Robert Bly, Gary Soto, Li Young Lee, and numerous others. Our book reviews section includes over 50 pages of careful consideration of poetry collections published in the previous year. Special chapbooks and symposiums, such as Symposium on Translation, are also included. Each issue feature section showcasing the poetry of one nation, such as Russia, Israel, Mexico, Iraq, Vietnam, Chile, and Cuba.

Poetry Victims

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Poetry Victims is an "irregular" online Poetry Magazine which publishes Poetry, Art, Photography, and Commentary.

Potomac Review

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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

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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

Prime Mincer

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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 style. Our hope is to push the creative envelope, give artists a place to take risks, and to bring a fresh, modern feel to the world of creative writing. To clarify, this does not mean that we publish only the strange and extraordinary. We love traditional fiction, but want to allow it to breathe and flourish outside of the confines of the creative writing workshop. Prime Mincer is a place to play, explore, create and exhibit, and we invite you to bring your most interesting work forward. Feel free to submit regardless of your current publication or academic status. Although we plan on publishing established writers, we are excited at the prospect of getting first dibs on new talent, so submit away. We appreciate an introductory letter and short bio with each piece. Although we accept magical realism and the unusual, we do not publish fantasy, sci-fi or any other standard genre writing. We do not accept mailed submissions, please submit through our online submission manager. Our deadline for open submissions for the Summer edition is June 1st, 2011. Please consider purchasing Issue 1.1 to get a better idea of what we look for. Or, even better, purchase a subscription!

The Paris-American

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The Paris-American
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; a literary magazine

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The Path; a literary magazine
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 Pinch

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The Pinch
The Pinch is a journal of fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and visual art committed to presenting its readers with exciting works from both new and established writers. Founded in 1980,

The Plume

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The Plume
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 Poet’s Haven

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The Poet’s Haven
The Poet's Haven publishes online galleries of poetry, stories, and art, currently totaling over 6,000 pages. In print, there is "The Poet's Haven Author Series" chapbooks, "The Poet's Haven Digest"

Write for Tomorrow

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Write for Tomorrow
Write for Tomorrow works with young writers devoted to making a difference in their communities and beyond. We foster the next generation of socially-engaged poets, essayists, journalists,