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Here is our listings of over 600 magazines taking fiction submissions. We have been listing fiction magazines for over 10 years. Some of these listings are older, and we are doing our very best to bring you up to date listings. Our site has over 10,000 pages!
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Grain, the journal of eclectic writing, is a literary quarterly that publishes engaging, eclectic, and challenging writing and art by Canadian and international writers and artists. Grain is published
Gravel Literary Journal is a new online literary journal created by University of Arkansas-Monticello MFA students.
The Great Ape pokes its head through the trees. It’s watching, waiting to see what you’ll do. The Great Ape suffers fools gladly, so be foolish
Green Briar Review accepts nonfiction and fiction in a variety of forms, as well as poetry. Please submit only one piece of fiction and/or nonfiction at a time, and no more than three poems. We publish on a rolling basis as work comes in.
Gremlin Creative is a multimedia literary journal founded to publish works of fiction. We thrive on the power of storytelling, and the wonderful,
Griffith REVIEW celebrates good writing and promotes public debate. It steps back from the issues of the day and gives writers the space to grow on the page. Essays reflect on the underlying significance of events and trends, explain the details that get lost in the news and examine the unintended consequences of public policy. Griffith REVIEW is edited by Julianne Schultz.
Founded in 2007 by graduate students in the Creative Writing Program at the University of Tennessee, Grist: The Journal for Writers is a resource for the discussion
Grotesque Magazine is a quarterly publication for all things horror. The gory, the scary, the psychologically thrilling, and the supernatural can all find their homes here. Our magazine features contemporary and classic horror stories from both established and up-and-coming authors.
HARK is a UK-based online magazine of poetry and short fiction. We’re new on the scene, and are currently accepting submissions for our first issue
Heavy Feather Review is an independent, biannual online journal dedicated to publishing the finest in short fiction, poetry, short comics, creative nonfiction, original photography/art, or any hybrid thereof. The HFR homepage sees updates on a rolling basis. These updates may include but are certainly not limited to: essays, guest posts, book reviews. Please review our guidelines before submitting. Questions? Insults? Publicity? Compliments? Email the editors at email@example.com.
HelloHorror is a recently created online literary journal and blog. The primary motivation behind our publication?s existence?
Hermeneutic Chaos-A Literary Journal Website http://hermeneuticchaos.wordpress.com/ From the Editor Art is the ultimate paradox of humanity. It constantly seeks to find kinship with the ephemeral quicksand while simultaneously pausing to contemplate over the mismatched heartbeats of each granule. Even more so, literary art, for it becomes the responsibility of 26 meager alphabets to rummage through […]
We?re looking for all of that vague criteria you read on other sites, you know the stuff: ?work that says something; characters that are real and well rounded; work with a sense of emotion? etc. etc. etc.
Hieronimo’s is a new horror magazine. We specialize in weird fiction. We want to make a home for literature of the uncanny.
High Desert Journal is a literary and visual art magazine dedicated to further understanding the people, places and issues of the interior West. Its pages help define this region in literary
High Noon Website https://tuhighnoon.com From the Editor High Noon is Trinity University’s new student-run literary journal. We founded this journal in 2019 with the hopes of reaching and connecting with an audience of people from all backgrounds. Our journal brings so much to our university in terms of the values of experiential learning, critical thinking, […]
Hirschworth is a daily zine for readers, writers, artists, and all manner of foodies. We publish poetry, fiction, essays, visual art, recipes, send-ups, and the like. We aim to provide high-quality content from a breadth of sources.
Howl, founded in 2013, is an online literary arts magazine run and operated by dedicated, passionate, and talented students of Deltona High School
Founded in 2012 and published twice a year, Hypnos is now seeking submissions for its sixth issue (to be published on October 31, 2014). We seek to promote weird fiction and the related genres of horror
We are an international journal based in Merida, Mexico. We feature work from around the world as well as work by English speaking residents of the Yucatan Penninusla. We also use print translations of Mexican poets and authors, and interviews with writers.
Now in its thirty-eighth year of publication, Indiana Review is a non-profit literary magazine dedicated to showcasing the talents of emerging and established writers.
Indiana Voice Journal exists to promote the unheard voices of new writers alongside the more familiar voices of experienced authors.
InDigest is an online literary magazine and arts blog focused on creating a dialogue between the arts. While we publish on a quarterly schedule, we update our blog daily. InDigest recognizes that art does not take place in a vacuum and that categories are meaningless. We are interested in work that cannot be classified by genre, in good story-telling in all forms, and in artists whose curiosity drives them to push beyond the conventions of their media. You will find this interactive approach manifested in every section of the magazine, especially InDialogue, where artists, musicians, editors, and writers talk directly to each other about their work, as well as about larger questions related to art.
Founded in June 2010, Indigo Rising Magazine is a plane of the diverse. We built this magazine for the odd, the unfiltered abstract, the purified sojourns, the darkness that walks and the endings that rest solitude.
Infinity’s Kitchen is an experimental literary journal. It is designed to explore a place for literature in a post-digital setting. We seek work that results from new recipes
Ink Dot literary magazine is an online magazine created by aspiring writers for writers who seek a new literary divergence. We make sure that each creative mind is limitless
Inklette is a not-for-profit, online literary magazine helmed by emerging artists and writers from all over. Inklette believes in the ability of art and literature to strike our consciousness
Inkspill Magazine publishes literary and genre fiction, poetry, articles and art. It showcases high quality work that pushes the boarders of creativity. We take pride in our appearance. “…the pages are all adorned with beautiful words and pictures all crafted to be incredibly aesthetically pleasing and unique.” – ‘Literature Bitch’ review. We’re free to read online, and are one of the first literary magazines to be published via Apple’s Newsstand for iPads.
Inky Path is the first of its kind–a literary magazine dedicated to the promotion and distribution of interactive fiction. Interactive fiction consis