Love, desire, sex, hate, death, life, and the search for beauty. These most basic components of the human experience are what unite the works of the talented authors, fashion photographers, and artists we feature.
Lantern Review aims to serve the literary community by providing a virtual space in which to promote and discuss the work of contemporary Asian American poets and artists. We seek to publish expertly crafted work in a variety of forms and aesthetics, including traditional and experimental pieces,
The editors of the literary e-zine LEFT HAND WAVING are happy to announce a radical change in their submission guidelines. From now until further notice, we will be accepting poems and creative nonfiction dealing with the hard times, economic and political, that many in the United States and elsewhere are enduring. We see this as our small contribution to the Occupy Wall Street movement. We call it Occupy Poetry (and Other Writing). Submissions must be made through the portal to Submishmash found on our Web site, https://sites.google.com/site/lefthandwaving. Submissions received in any other manner or format will be discarded. Poems should be no more than 20 lines and creative nonfiction no more than 500 words. The editors hope to be surprised by your writing. They place a premium on freshness of language and perspective. They have little patience for the pedantic, dogmatic, or sophomoric. Submissions open Nov. 1, 2011, and continue through Dec. 1 We look forward to reading your work. Really.
LEGOMENON focuses primarily on literary analysis; original articles analyzing the meaning of art
Lifelines is a journal published by Darmouth Medical School and publishes original and unpublished short stories, non-fiction, poetry, and artwork for our 2011 issue. We are a literary and art
Our goal is to publish poems online that we feel speak to the ideas of Apocalypticism as described by Peter O'Leary in his essay "Apocalypticism: A Way Forward for Poetry", published by The Chicago Review.
Lines + Stars began as a means of establishing a new creative forum in Washington, D.C., a city that all-too-often coasts solely on its more mechanistic pursuits. While many of our contributors hail from the D.C. area, we've also expanded our writer-base to include national and international voices.
Dear gentle, good-looking reader, Welcome. You may have arrived here scrolling the various online literary journals for a cheap fiction high. Or perhaps you are an aspiring writer looking
The Literary Yard invites stories, articles on literature, literary criticism, opinion articles on literature
Literati Magazine is a literary magazine catering to the young urban reader. We publish short stories, poems, online novels, commentary, editorials, book reviews, music original drawings and original photography. Our target audience is young writers/artist between the ages of 16 to 40.