B O D Y is an international online literary journal. We publish the highest quality poetry and prose from emerging and established writers, both original work and translations.
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.
Barge Journal reads unsolicited submissions year round. Submit through our submissions manager on the website. We seek experimental fiction and poetry as well as (emphasis on the creative part) creative non-fiction -- though we prefer non-genre, non-classifiable work above all. Long story short, this isn't the place to submit your literary fiction or formal poetry.
Who We Are The mission of Barking Sycamores is to publish poetry by emerging and established neurodivergent writers (autistic, ADHD, bipolar, synesthesia, etc.).
Bayou Magazine is a biannual literary magazine with national circulation published by the Creative Writing Workshop at the University of New Orleans. Each issue contains short fiction, non-fiction and poetry from established, award-winning authors as well as emerging writers. In keeping with the aesthetics and goals of the Creative Writing Workshop, Bayou is especially interested in discovering and showcasing fresh literary voices. The journal awards yearly contests in both fiction and poetry. And in one issue every year, Bayou features the winning one-act play and short story from the annual Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival Competitions. We are a member of the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses, and annually nominate several published works for the Pushcart Prize, O. Henry Award and Best American Essays. Supported by the University of New Orleans English Department and the UNO Foundation, Bayou is a non-profit journal for the arts.
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.
Belle Reve Literary Journal is a weekly updated online literary experience. We strive to capture everything that makes the South
Bellevue Literary Review is a unique literary magazine that examines human existence through the prism of health and healing, illness and disease. In these universal
To qualify for publication, the poet must fit one of the following criteria: a) the poem has been rejected elsewhere for publication but still the poet feels strongly about its merit, or b) the poem hasn't been submitted but is the poet's current darling, favorite or breakthrough poem. Long poems and sequences are accepted and encouraged. For more information, please see guidelines.
Big Fiction celebrates the soul of the long story: generous, transportive, and a little wild. We're an independent journal publishing ambitious and delicious fiction twice a year, in hand-designed letterpress issues.
Birdfeast was imagined and created on Thanksgiving 2011. It runs quarterly with a feast of 10-20 poems each issue. Birdfeast welcomes all forms and styles of poetry, and publishes
Black Denim Lit welcomes thoughtful writers, new and established. We are open to Genre fiction but favor "General", "Sci-Fi" and "Fantasy"... It's possible that we might also publish: Action/adventure, Western Mystery, Crime, Suspense or Thriller ...b
Black Scat Review, a magazine of sublime art & literature, is published irregularly and features innovative fiction, art, erotica, photography, interviews, and excerpts from forthcoming Black Scat Books.
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
Poetry: send up to six poems at a time. Single-space, please; set your poem as you want it to appear on the printed page. (If submitting online, put all poems into one document, as the submissions software will not allow you to submit individual poems separately.) Fiction: Double-space, please. We primarily look for short stories, but novel excerpts are acceptable if self-contained. Nonfiction: Double-space, please. We primarily look for personal essays, but memoir excerpts are acceptable if self-contained. Unsolicited book reviews and criticism are not considered. Gallery: Plays are accepted. We do not accept unsolicited visual art work, but if you produce video essays, please query us about your work.
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.
THE BLUE ISLAND REVIEW is a journal produced by writers living in Lawrence, Kansas. The members of the Blue Island Poetry Group hold these tenets: that poetry is the art of making all suffer; that hypergraphia is a disorder that should be incubated; that the experience of poetry is to induce emotion through image, sound, and association; that narrative is prose, and should remain such in its multiple nefarious forms; that economy of words is most powerful; that love as it is known is a most brutal form of chemical warfare, and that to inflict poetry on the unsuspecting, both in print and in voice, is the highest calling of very sexy people. To that end, we solicit contributions from writers living in (or connected to) northeast Kansas in the hopes that their work reaches more lovers of poetry than it otherwise might.
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,
Bohemia Waco, Texas bohemia-journal.comMission Our mission is to let people know there are artists in Waco, TX. Our goal is to meet other artists from all over the world. Description
The name Bolts of Silk comes from Dark Matter, a vivid poem by the wonderfully talented Rebecca Elson, who died tragically young. Unfortunately copyright permission is beyond the budget I have for this project, but I would definitely recommend looking out for A Responsibility to Awe, the collection that contains this poem. Bolts of silk were traditionally given as prizes in Japanese poetry competitions. Bolts of Silk features poetry from across the world, poetry that has something to say and says it beautifully.
Bop Dead City is a biannual, independently published literary magazine. We are seeking new writers who have a great story to tell. Sound craftsmanship couldn?t hurt either. We are currently looking for stories and poems for our first issue, which will be published sometime in October.
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
Brick is an international literary magazine based in Toronto, Canada, and edited by Michael Ondaatje, Michael Redhill, Linda Spalding, Michael Helm, Rebecca Silver Slayter, and Esta Spalding.
Broad Street is a nonprofit magazine based in Richmond, VA. We publish semi-anually, and aim to create a space to be enjoyed equally by longtime fans of creative nonfiction and those
Broad! is a online literary semiannual that publishes exclusively women writers and artists. (?Women? meaning female-bodied or female-identified individuals, by the way.) Women writers are
Loaded Bicycle is an online journal of poetry, art, and translation published as often as we are able. We are dedicated to publishing emerging and established writers, translators, and artists and are open to collaborative projects in all genres. We are especially excited to publish collaborations between poets and comic artists and would be interested in seeing translations of comics. Contributors for the first and second issue include Johsua Beckman, Ana Bozicevic, Anne Carson, Karen Emmerich, Matthea Harvey, Matthew Rohrer, Craig Rubadoux, Glenn Shaheen, Michael Shapcott, Bianca Stone, Tricia Taaca, Paul Tunis, M.A. Vizsolyi, and more. Please read our first issue before submitting.
Launched in November 2011, The Bad Version is a new take on the literary-cultural magazine. Its name comes from the collaborative art of screenwriting, where the first attempt at a scene,
The Black Herald is an internationally-minded bilingual magazine (French-English) published in Paris. Co-edited by Blandine Longre and Paul Stubbs, the magazine’s only aim