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
Meat for Tea: The Valley Review was founded by Alexandra Wagman and Elizabeth MacDuffie. We are a non academic affiliated publication committed to featuring and publishing the works of artists and writers in the Pioneer River Valley and beyond.
Menacing Hedge is a quarterly journal of poetry, fiction and artwork, that is committed to fostering access to emerging and experimental poetry and prose. Ongoing publication is scheduled for the first weeks of July, October, January, and April. Menacing Hedge plans to publish a yearly Best of Print edition. Menacing Hedge will carefully archive all its editions to ensure that an author's/artist's work will remain on the web for many, many years to come. Regrettably, Menacing Hedge cannot pay its contributors at this time.
Mixed Fruit is a quarterly literary magazine that publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, translations, visual art, and other miscellaneous categories (see guidelines for more info). Our aesthetic
The journal is edited by Bill Church, an Instructor of English at Missouri Western. The Mochila Review is one of the few journals staffed by undergraduate students. These undergrads choose to take the course as an elective. The student staffers are involved in the entire editing and publishing process.
Mojo is the graduate-run online literary journal from Wichita State University?s MFA program. We publish in the Fall and Spring. All selected work is considered for inclusion in our annual
Muse India is devoted to Indian literature and showcases Indian Writing in English as well as translations from all Indian language literatures. Each Issue focuses on one of the Indian language literature.
Nietzsche said, 'Without forgetting it is quite impossible to live at all.' Yet, the tension remains: between the desire to forget, and the instinct that you cannot,
New Madrid is the national journal of the low-residency MFA program at Murray State University. It takes its name from the New Madrid seismic zone, which falls within the central Mississippi Valley and extends through western Kentucky.
The Malahat Review, established in 1967, is among Canada?s leading literary journals. Published quarterly, it features contemporary Canadian and international works of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction as well as reviews of recently published Canadian poetry, fiction, and literary nonfiction.