The New Guard is a contest-centered review. We run two contests, The Knightville Poetry Contest and The Machigonne Fiction Contest.
NEAT. is an online literary magazine devoted to writers with ties to the Midwest. We (Elizabeth and TM) got together in the summer of July 2013 and decided we wanted to contribute to the literary scene
The Pacific Northwest is home to a thriving, vibrant literary culture. Following in a long tradition of finely crafted regional writing that is at once lyrical and gritty
Neutrons Protons is a monthly literary project that operates with unfaltering belief in three primary things: the power of true and honest human stories
Edited by Carol Edgarian and Tom Jenks two well-established editors, the publication is making a real run at being a “big time” literary magazine on the web
Guest editors who are faculty–novelists, short story writers, poets, essayists–in the UMSL MFA program rotate into the class that selects the work. The class is made up of advanced MFA students with publications of their own
Newtown Literary is a new semi-annual literary journal published in electronic and paper formats. We look for fiction, creative nonfiction, essays, and poetry that go beyond entertainment and storytelling. The pieces we include for publication have struck us on a deep level. Pieces that juxtapose humor with grief, tell untold love stories, and replace clich? with innovation are examples of works that will find a home in Newtown Literary.
Creative Nonfiction is the voice of the genre. Published since 1994 as a journal, in 2010 CNF adopted a larger magazine format that combines new creative nonfiction about a variety of topics with columns and features about the art, business and craft of the genre. Recent issues have included interviews with or new work by Susan Cheever, Dave Eggers, Phillip Lopate, Lauren Slater, Ruth Reichl and other well-known writers, as well as several never-before-published writers.
Writers interested in contributing to n+1 should note that we come out only three times each year, and that most if not all of the slots available for a given issue will have been filled by the editors many months before publication. That said, if you would like to brave the odds, the best submissions guidelines are those implied by the magazine itself. Read an issue or two through to get a sense of whether your piece might fit into n+1.