Five 2 One thrives to help make a name for the unknown the best way we can. We love poetry and short stories. We consider ourselves experts of the strange. That’s what we do best.
69 Flavors of Paranoia is an online horror and slip-stream fiction publication which is served in the form of a menu, with a different flavor for each. We publish only the
The Antioch Review is one of the best literary magazines in the country. We rate the Antioch Review as number 25 of our Top 50 Literary Magazines list.
Apropos Literary Journal this literary journal is no longer publishing.
BEDLAM is an independent online arts journal showcasing the work of writers, artists, and musicians from all over the world. The journal is dedicated to promoting work that is passionate, daring, and inspiring.
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
Bursting Plethora is a muli-media magazine dedicated to literature and the arts.We provide new and emerging artists with an opportunity to express themselves on a global level. We provide
Originating from Longwood University?s prestigious Dos Passos Prize for Fiction, The Dos Passos Review actively seeks the best American writing in the areas of literary fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry.
dotdotdash is a tri-annual creative journal run by Perth volunteers. Each issue of dotdotdash packs a full-colour punch of new artworks, stories, creative non-fiction, and poetry We want to make art and literature exciting and playful. We want to shake people to their core, we want more people riding into the local arts scene, riding horses with nostrils flaring, chatting to their fellow humans, wanting nothing but to write and draw and create and have fun.
About eFiction Horror is the new Horror magazine, under the umbrella of eFiction Magazine. As such, we intend to follow the principles of eFiction Magazine by supporting young and emerging
In India, like elsewhere in the world, the function of media has changed dramatically ? or perhaps catastrophically
eFiction is not a literary journal. It is a fiction magazine that presents guilty pleasure fiction of all genres. It was started by Doug Lance from his dorm room in 2009. It has since exploded in
Efiction Notice is an online literary magazine specializing in serial novels. During the Victorian era many writers, including Charles Dickens and Elizabeth Gaskell, published their books one section at a time in magazines. Efiction Notice revisits the past in a contemporary format. Novels, short stories, poems, and plays are available to read directly on the website or in e-book (epub and mobi) formats. We also hope to have essays and children’s stories in the future.
eFiction presents fantastic short stories every month. It is not a literary journal. It is a magazine that aims to deliver the best shorts from around the world. We publish fiction with a beating heart, fresh from the creative minds of contributors. While the ink is still drying, stories are pitted against each other in gladiatorial combat for the chance to reach you. Only the best stories make it into the issue.
eHorror is seeking to expand the world of horror short fiction by publishing stories by new and relatively unknown authors. From the sublime, to the literary, to the ridiculous,
After being chartered by the Binghamton University Student Association in Fall 2008, Ellipsis became, and remains the only Undergraduate Creative Writing Journal at Binghamton University
ePoetry features five poets per issue along side 3-5 poems, an interview, photograph and links/ads to their work. We offering compensation in the form of royalties.
Our editors live in Budapest, New York, Liverpool, Sweden, and Dubai. We try to select quality writing of which we thankfully receive more and more as time goes on. Our mission is to encourage people who are serious about writing.
Ink-Filled Page literary and arts journal features fiction, nonfiction,”Black Swan” by Gabriel Weissand artwork in four quarterly electronic issues and one print anthology
Iridescence is a contemporary literary magazine dedicated to one form of poetry: haiku. Whether it be traditional or modern, we look for one thing when reviewing submissions: emotion.
All types of literary poetry, no obvious end rhymes, other from that anyting great, new and interesting will be considered. Prmarily it would be nice to have submissions from Northern Ireland and Women but we take submissions from all over the world, it’ important to keep the poetry voice alive.
This publishing is no longer publishing.
Laptop Lit Mag is a place for young readers and writers to share their love of words from their laptops. We are a one of a kind generational publication, meaning we feature work written by people of the Millennials Generation for people of the Millennials Generation. Our authors are the up and coming writers of tomorrow, writing about what is important to them now. Their writing, from contemporary lit to fantasy, exemplifies what it means to be a part of the twenty-first century.
Beginning September 2012, Lillyrock Poetry Journal will be an online monthly periodical publishing new poetry by new poets.
Mount Parable Website DEFUNCT From the Editors Mount Parable is the product of a person who loves literature and who has been playing the online publishing game for years, perusing websites like this one to see who will publish and who will not. This is a brand-new publication, and I look forward to reading a […]
Orange Quarterly: Nothing rhymes with Orange. Orange Quarterly showcases the best new stories, essays, poetry, artwork, and photography by emerging and established writers and artists around the globe.
PostPoetry is a modern way for the generation of the 21st century to express itself. Texts can be like old scars and calluses, like blood and dirt. Or they can be melancholy, quirky, ironic or enlightening. They can dissolve existing boundaries and suggest new ones. They can make us question our beliefs about what writing can do. Texts can champion social justice and human rights, war and psychological violence, giving rise to provocative or soothing thoughts. And if they don’t entertain, they should at least make us laugh or cry. Or both. The PostPoetry mission is to cull the submissions we receive into a printed collection that will stay with you long after you read it, a collection you’ll return to again and again. We’re a print journal. Which, of course, doesn’t make us better than online journals, but we like the fact that our contributors’ work appears in a pleasant magazine that, between readings, will grace perhaps hundreds of bookshelves and coffee tables. The PP Mag doesn’t set thematic limits. Texts and pictures will be collected and arranged in an appropriate aesthetic form in the printed magazine. The web presence can be your point of orientation ? the pictures and texts that you find under the category of ?samples? are a little glimpse of what you’ll find in the printed version of the PP Mag. The PP Mag is bilingual: available in English and German. (We will publish English as well as German texts and translations.) Topics aren’t compressed, allowing you to say what you have to say. PostPoetry want to join the play of your thoughts. This is the only way PostPoetry can react to impulses and present events.
What should I send you?: 1-2 video recordings of 1-2 poems, as well as the poem itself in a .doc/.pdf/.rtf document. The poetry must be your own, read by you, and sent via a
We are mainly online, but are available in print at select locations in London and Long Beach, CA.
Red Ochre LiT strives to publish premier, contemporary literature. We are interested in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and short, five poem chapbooks. While our primary goal is to showcase the work of experienced authors, we feature up to three emerging writers in each issue as well. To help give this new population of writers a voice, we randomly select one individual to interview about his/her journey to publication. RED OCHRE LiT was founded on the belief that reading and writing are becoming dying pastimes. In a world where people choose daily to flip through 1,000 channels instead of pages, writers must perfect their work and present it via widely accessible media venues. First and foremost, however, we must lose our fear of rejection and submit polished pieces for publication. Truly, this represents the crux of Red Ochre, resoiling the grains of our literary ancestors and what they worked so hard for. We are a multicultural journal and we venerate voices from around the world. We take pride in our national and international writers, whose work is both innovative and captivating. Anything less, would defeat our purpose. We invite you to read our issues and celebrate yet another wave of writing!
Revolution House is the brainchild of a disparate group of writers who came together during the tumultuous early months of 2011, when the MFA application anxiety was high and the lows were lower than low. We had a dream of a sprawling farmhouse, a place where we could all escape the dragging monotony of reality. But it’s difficult to find a house with fourteen bedrooms, so we ended up here instead, building platforms to launch other dreams. Most of us have never met face-to-face. We are a product of the digital age ?- we rely on Facebook, text messages, and e-mails. But we’ll never meet most of you, our writers and readers, face-to-face, either. We rely on the connections forged through thought, through contact that isn’t physical. Together, we will build that house, using words as our tools, as the brick and mortar, until we have created something from nothing at all. Revolution House doesn’t care if you have a hundred publication credits or if this is your first attempt. Send us your poems, your stories, your moments of shining truth, and we will treat them as we want our own to be treated: with respect and compassion. Send us the work that moves you, for better or worse.
R?o Grande Review. A Bilingual Journal of Contemporary Literature. The RIO GRANDE REVIEW (RGR), the Department of Creative Writing at the University of Texas at El Paso?s literary magazine.
Saraba is an imprint of Two Iroko Limited whose goal is to create unending voices by encouraging young, previously unheard writers to publish their works, assist emerging writers (i.e. those who have been published little or not at all, whose talent are recognizable and whose works are qualitative) in establishing their voices by creating a platform for their writing to be showcased. Through an actualization of these purposes, Saraba would ensure that there is no generational gap, that succeeding generations of writers in Africa have unending voices.
The staff at Shadow Road knows that truth and honest expression is found in all genres of literature.
SOCRATES aspires to be one of Worlds’s leading Journal Publishing innovative, responsive and high quality Research Papers.Socrates is a serious, scholarly publication that is indexed
Solecisms is an online literary magazine with the goal of showcasing the work of writers, regardless of whether their work conforms to certain standards. We hope to grow a community here through our love of creativity, one that will hopefully produce fruitful works of both literature and other mediums. We are a group of individuals who love writing, but find that many of the literary publications out there are more concerned with convention than creativity. In order to remedy this, we banded together to offer a more open sort of literary magazine.
Sphere is an international journal of student writing. It is edited by students at Fairleigh Dickinson University and contributed to by students around the world. As of May 2008, with the support
SPILT Magazine is a unique approach to visual and literary arts, embodying the principles of equality, compassion, and expression. We are aiming to provide a bi-annual in-print visual a
Surreal Grotesque is a magazine for readers of dark fantasy, horror, sci-fi and bizarro writing. It also features artists and up and coming writers, book reviews, opinion pieces, etc.
The Black Fox Literary Magazine is an online quarterly publication featuring quality fiction of all styles and genres. Our Spring issue is published in March, the summer issue is published in June, the fall issue is published in September and the winter issue is published in December.
From interstellar literary clouds comes The Commanauts, a community of writers aiming to defy gravity. A space race in literature founded by author Nick Belardes, you’ll explore nonfiction, fiction, and in our Student Works section, you’ll discover writings from colleges and universities across America who don’t have on-campus zines or print anthologies. And that’s not all. Writings will be collected and published once a year in book or magazine form. That’s our Space Program at work. More info coming soon. At The Commanauts you’ll also find a portal to the Random Writers Workshop. Founded in 2009, this writing workshop is now a collaborative effort from Nick Belardes, Hectic Films, Russo’s Books and the CSU Bakersfield OLLI Program. You’ll also find a portal to an online CSUB Olli Program Photo Exhibit.
The Four Quarters Magazine is a non profit publishing venture from India dedicated to the fostering of creative writing in English. Beginning December 2011, the Magazine shall be published every three months in a digital format for the time being. We are of course trying to explore the possibility of a more tangible medium of publication, but are generally averse to the idea of entire forests being destroyed for the purpose of providing paper for a more “intimate reading experience.” Enthusiasts from different professional backgrounds across several cities in India as well as from outside the country are part of this venture and the editorial board of the magazine.
The Kite Journal is an international literary magazine. We publish poetry, fiction and non-fiction. We accept unsolicited and previously unpublished works of fiction and non-fiction.
The Knotted Beard Review, was designed to bring together a group of intellects looking to share good classic reads and stimulating discussions. The website has been set-up to simulate the same Parisian cafe atmosphere of the 1920’s – as experienced by our expatriate forefathers, which included the likes of Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein, E.M. Forster and T.S. Eliot. KBR Members, are welcome to read and discuss a classic book a month
Description of periodical: Online literary magazine of work by established and new authors. Types of articles published: Poetry, fiction, drama, related non-fiction Editorial policy
“The Rusty Nail” is a literary magazine whose goal is to join the growing community of Internet-based English types who not only love literature
Online submissions only, except for books that are reviewed. Publishers, authors, and agents can send books for review to our mailing address. Please look at the books and films reviewed in the past to get a good idea of what we review.
We basically started The Strip because we think McSweeney’s is a big fat sellout and we do not understand how people have perfected an invisibility cloak but the Paris Review
The subterranean literary journal is an independently published literary journal, featuring short stories, poems, autobiographies and art from creative people all over the world. It began in December 2010; created by T. E. Brierley and Liam J. Kelly, two students at university, one studying Graphic design at Huddersfield and the other fine art at Leeds Met. The journals inception was sparked off by a drunken conversation between Tom and Liam, it was one of those nights that included an insane amount of wine and a persistent need to make a lot of noise with any musical instrument we could get our hands on. We decided that we wanted to create something meaningful with the potential to help other writers, a publication where the written word and considered design and typography are held in high regard. We both felt that many publications overlook these and substitute them with sensationalised stories and we strived to create something that would inspire our readers. A non profit literary journal that aims to be self sustaining, selling for the price of costs, it is a place for undiscovered and underground writers to get there work published and hopefully receive the recognition they deserve.
The Urban Resistance is a new publication open for submissions of poetry, short stories, flash fiction, creative non-fiction, and visual art for our inaugural issue. Our goal is to publish our print edition annually with previews of selected author’s work published online monthly. All written and visual artists are welcome to submit and we’d particularly like to see work by previously unpublished authors for our inaugural issue.
Any form on unpublished poetry, meaning anything that has never been posted on a site, appeared in an anthology or another publication.
We seek poetry of all genres, fiction, photography, cartoons, art work and articles. We are not yet a paying market. We do not publish offensive language, hate speech, vulgarity or profanity. We are open to religious works, nature, philosophical, strong imagery etc…We publish established and new writer\’s and artists. We respond quickly usually within a week and almost always include a comment.
Theurgy Magazine is a journal specialising in speculative fiction, fantasy, and science fiction. We are looking for dark and gritty fiction embracing the weird and the uncanny. Selected writings
A collection of poetry and prose. We showcase both contemporary and fixed form.