Welcome Welcome to The Florida Review, the literary journal published twice yearly by the University of Central Florida. Our artistic mission is to publish the best poetry
The Antigonish Review is a creative literary quarterly that publishes poetry, fiction, critical articles, and reviews. Our ideal reader has extensive interests and seeks the creative. Major accomplishments of TAR include giving
First published in 1945, The Fiddlehead is Atlanta Canada’s international literary journal and Canada’s longest living literary journal. Many – now well-known – writers
The Iowa Review is an American literary magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, essays, and reviews. The magazine–currently in its 42nd year–is published in April, August, and December
Since 1974, Black Warrior Review has published the freshest voices in literature, from established and emerging talents alike. Each issue presents high quality poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, including a chapbook by a nationally recognized poet.
We particularly welcome the work of new and emerging writers. In the recent Best American Short Stories, of the top “100 distinguished short stories,” six appeared in Glimmer Train Stories, second only to the New Yorker. We are pleased to say that, of those six, two were those authors’ first stories accepted for publication.
Rattle’s mission is to promote the practice of poetry. We feel that poetry lost its way in the 20th century, becoming so obscure and esoteric that mainstream readers have forgotten how moving language alone can be
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.
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
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!
Fjords is an arts and literary review for the 21st century reader. The twice yearly magazine features new visual art, poetry, and short stories alongside translations and reviews.
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
RATIONS Literary Magazine publishes the original works and ideas of both emerging and established artists in an effort to encourage conversations across the generational gaps. The
Slice of Life is a new online journal for flash prose. We are connected to the online writing workshop, Diving Deeper, but you don?t have to be a member to submit your work. We are looking
The Center for the Study of Science Fiction (CSSF), in association with the University of Kansas, announces the launch of James Gunn’s Ad Astra, an online resource for authors, scholars and all those who are interested in speculative fiction at http://adastra.ku.edu/. CSSF is known for its resources, links, reading lists, workshops and online courses. James Gunn’s Ad Astra is excited to expand these offerings to a wider audience through creative short fiction and poetry, featured reviews, and scholarly articles.
Randomly Accessed Poetics is seeking poetry of all genres, flash fiction, explicit concept and language pieces (thoughtfully composed with the texture and rhythms of words laid down to form lines), erotica, and short stores up to 2000 words in length.
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.
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.
Why the name THRUSH? Thrushes are a species of bird, the songs of some considered to be among the most beautiful in the world. We love that and that is how we feel about poems. Why is THRUSH only poetry? We love fiction, and read it often. We feel there are many beautiful journals we admire that offer prose. Our passion is poetry.
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.
Mason’s Road is an online literary magazine sponsored by Fairfield University?s MFA in Creative Writing and run by the graduate students of the program. We publish
The creative works are clear representations of Experimental Writing, and the authors provide commentary on that aspect of them. This is also the place for anyone participating in the Experimental literary world to share information, opinion, etc. as long as it what you send it not published elsewhere. This is the journal that changes its middle name regularly. So, while it is listed officially as Exclusive, as of today it is called Exclusive Windows Magazine. It is housed within a resource website about all things Experimental Writing, including a long list of links of magazines, articles, presses, etc. The magazine nominates for Pushcart Prize, and others. When your work is accepted, it will go up online shortly. Work will continue to appear in the magazine until the issue’s completion by date. This is published and edited solely by Tantra Bensko, MFA, author of Watching the Windows Sleep, and instructor of Experimental Fiction Writing online. No money changes hands in any way with this journal.