The Copaiba Literary Review (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
The Concho River Review publishes writers from all over the United States and, occasionally, writers from abroad. We enjoy publishing writers for the first time
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
The Columbia Review is the oldest college literary magazine in the nation, publishing its first issue in 1815.
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
At Cease, Cows we want to explore the contemporary, the strange, the big questions. We want to feel cultural pulses, expose mental arteries, bathe in both the sanguine and sanguinary. We want to publish prose and poems with fire and truth. Humans may be animals,
This collection will anthologize select writers who are currently enrolled in creative writing graduate-level programs from around the world.
Est. in 2000, Carve magazine, named in honor of Raymond Carver, is a literary magazine publishing new short stories every quarter. Our stories are free to read online
The College Review is an online publication that focuses on bringing new and fresh writers into the spotlight, with a special emphasis on those currently in college or recently graduated. Established in March of 2013,
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.
Cardinal Sins is Saginaw Valley State University’s arts and writing magazine. We are run by the students and faculty of SVSU. Although regular submissions for Cardinal Sins are only open to SVSU students, faculty, and alumni, our annual contest is open to everyone!
Our goal was to establish a high-quality, paying market where emerging authors and gain professional experience being published alongside known and respected writers.
The Canary Press is a short story magazine based in Melbourne. The magazine started when its two editors, Robert Skinner and Andy Josselyn, read a short story that was so dull that Robert screamed and threw his table out the window
Chronicles [insert story here] is a brand new literary magazine launching in February of 2013. We will be accepting submissions as of now, though, and will continue to accept submissions
The Citron Review is an online literary journal created and edited by alumni of the esteemed Antioch University Los Angeles M.F.A. Program. We seek submissions of resonant beauty in the form of micro-fiction, flash fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis. Electronic submissions only via our submissions manager: thecitronreview.submishmash.com/submit. You can also see full guidelines on our website. Please stop by: thecitronreview.wordpress.com.
The Cumberland River Review is a quarterly online publication of new poetry, fiction, essays, and art. The journal is produced by the department of English at Trevecca Nazarene University, in Nashville, Tennessee, and welcomes submissions from both national and international writers and artists.
We?re proud of CutBank?s thirty-nine years as Montana?s foremost literary magazine, founded in 1973 by the Creative Writing program at the University of Montana and helmed initially by favorite literary son William Kittredge.
Current acceptance rate is less than five percent. Each piece submitted should not be over 500 words. If poetry, not over five per submission. Include a short, third person bio that tells us
The Commonline Journal publishes accessible literature, critisism and art apropos the common line. Originally titled the “The Commonline Project,” The Commonline Journal was
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,
Chagrin River Review is named after the Chagrin River, which flows into Lake Erie in the Northeast corner of Ohio. Not only do we publish work with Ohio connections, but any poetry and stories
The Cincinnati Review draws together within its pages the finest creative and critical work from across the country. We provide a venue for writers of any background, at any point in their literary
The Cumberland River Review is an annual publication of new poetry, fiction, essays, and art. The journal is produced by the department of English at Trevecca Nazarene University, in
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?
Singular, idiosyncratic and a little mysterious, Black Clock is one of America’s leading literary journals. Since its inception in 2004, the publication has featured work (by Don DeLillo, Richard
We still believe in the allure of “new book smell,” and we are dedicated to producing high-quality print editions of each issue. The publication itself is print-only, but we augment our traditionalist methods with podcasts, social networking, and online reviews. We seek to revive and redefine small press publishing, supporting independent literature in our community and abroad.
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.
Contrary is a quarterly literary journal that publishes fiction, poetry, commentary, and especially work that dances contrarily across those categories. We also publish book reviews.