Black Wire Literary Magazine
Black Wire is a new literary journal dedicated to discovering progressive and cutting edge writing from today’s best poets and writers. Issue 1 of Black Wire features the work of Oliver Zarandi, Lori De Santi, A.J Kirby, Neha Singh, Aymanda Marotya, Anne Britting Oleson, Ben Nardolilli, Howie Good, Robert Klein Engler, Cassie Ciopryna, Tim Suermondt, Megan Rowlands, Jonathan Post, Sariel Hana Friedman, Vesper Hughes, Ian Cull and J.F.Walsh. For our first issue our hugely skilled illustrators include Robert Halhead – Baker, Jesse Draxler, Gülsen Yum, Laura Spark and Joe Godin. Black Wire is free to read online. If you are interested in submitting work for future Issues, make sure you keep up to date with our news and dates for when we are open for submissions by subscribing to our mailing list.
Black Wire focuses on work that many other literary magazines tend to overlook. Work by writers who push boundaries, where there is no topic that is taboo or too risque. We look to publish the experimental and ground breaking work, we make no room for compromise.
Submissions for issue 2 will be open during November.
Editors Name Larry Cape
Print publication? No
Approx. Response Time? 24 hours
How often do you publish? quarterly
Year Founded? 2013
Do you pay? No
Do you take online submissions? Yes