Blue Collar Review (Journal of Progressive Working Class Literature), published quarterly, contains poetry, short stories, and illustrations “reflecting the working class experience–a broad range from the personal to the societal.
Growing List of Nonfiction Literary Magazines
Here is our Growing List of Nonfiction Literary Magazines, we have over 300 in this category, and we have been collecting these listings for over 10 years. Unlike other "lists" on the web, created by new to the scene "experts," we have been creating listings since 1999. Though many of our ideas have been copied countless times, we want to bring you an original complete listing of nonfiction magazines unsurpassed by any other site, searchable, and with detailed submissions information from the editor's of these publications.
Creative Literary Fiction has become even more popular over the last 10 years than it was in the past. Collections like Best American Essay (a wonderful publication) highlight exemplary writing in this category. We are working hard to bring you the best and biggest selection of magazines publishing Creative Nonfiction, Literary Nonfiction and Nonfiction.
This category is a general warehouse of all types of nonfiction magazines. Please check the guidelines of each magazine before submitting your work. These listing were all submitted by the editors. They will give you unique insight into what the publication is looking for in their call for submissions.
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Blue Mesa Review is a literary magazine published online bi-annually. It is associated with the University of New Mexico.
Brain, Child treats motherhood as a subject worthy of literature. And in the best tradition of literature, it celebrates the diversity of mothers and their styles. Our essays and features address
Bricolage Magazine Information about your publication Bricolage is a new arts and culture magazine based in India. We seek original, exciting works of art, literature and photograph for publication. What type of submissions are you looking for? We invite submissions of prose (fiction and non-fiction), poetry, artwork and photographs for the next issue of Bricolage […]
Broad Street is a nonprofit magazine based in Richmond, VA. We publish semi-anually, and aim to create a space to be enjoyed equally by longtime fans of creative nonfiction and those
Broad! is a online literary semiannual that publishes exclusively women writers and artists. (?Women? meaning female-bodied or female-identified individuals, by the way.) Women writers are
B.O.M accepts all forms of art whether through photography, painting or writing. We are writers with attitude looking for inspired artist to appear
Buffalo Almanack is an online quarterly journal of fiction and photography. We aim to publish the best of new and veteran artists from within the United…
Issue #1 just published! 108 big full-color e-pages, full of spiny, succulent fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art. On the search for more literature that thrives, literature that makes us swoon,
Carbon Culture Review advocates a creative, thoughtful and visually appealing dialogue about our complex relationship to technology. We strive to promote the work of those who employ technology and utilize
Cecile’s Writers Magazine is a literary eZine that publishes writing by intercultural writers:
– Authors for whom English is their native language but currently reside in a non-English
CHA: An Asian Literary Journal is the first and currently only Hong Kong-based online literary quarterly journal dedicated to publishing creative works ! from and about
The editors actively solicit writing that expresses the values of Chautauqua Institution broadly construed: a sense of inquiry into questions of personal, social, political, spiritual, and aesthetic importance, regardless of genre. We consider the work of any writer, whether or not affiliated with Chautauqua Institution, except for members of the Board of the Chautauqua Writers? Center unless solicited for special issues. The qualities we seek include a mastery of craft, attention to vivid and accurate language, a true lyric ?ear,? an original and compelling vision, and strong narrative instinct. Above all, we value work that is intensely personal, yet somehow implicitly comments on larger public concerns?work that answers every reader?s most urgent question: Why are you telling me this?
Two doctors in Mississippi bring their love of literature to life in their independent literary journal, “China Grove.” The first issue featured an exclusive interview with National Book Award winner
Change moods. Change minds. We?re looking for verse, prose, photography, and paintings that carry intellectual and emotional weight. Work that has something to say. To reveal. To
Cleave is a Janus verb, meaning both to stick tight and to fall away. A cleaver is the most broad-edged and brutally efficient kitchen knife, designed to be swung like a hammer for the most effective channel of force.
Clementine (Unbound) publishes a small selection of poetry each month online. Print copies can be viewed or purchased from Issuu.com.
Clementine Poetry Journal publishes a small selection of poetry each month online and a companion printed journal twice a year. Poets we’ve recently featured include
Clockhouse accepts works of poetry, fiction, memoir, creative nonfiction, and dramatic works for stage or screen. We encourage submissions from both
Edited byArup K Chatterjee, Coldnoon: Travel Poetics, International Journal of Travel Writing (CTPIJTW) is a refereed, international and interdisciplinary
CONSEQUENCE is a new literary magazine focusing on the culture of war in the twenty-first century. We believe that literature and art can advance the discourse a
Contraposition is a digital literary magazine. Its quarterly releases are available for the public to view as well as download. The aim of this magazine is to help foster the regrowth of poetry in the digital age.
The Copaiba Literary Review (pronounced co-pie-ba) is a tree that symbolizes vitality. Copaiba Press publishes a quarterly literary magazine and hosts workshops and other events to celebrate the vitality of our veterans and the communities
We like old westerns. Hank Williams is one of our favorite writers. Used boots are better than new boots. At Cowboy Jamboree we promote
Crab Fat is interested in honesty, no matter how brutal it is. Don’t be afraid to use real language. Crab Fat is not interested in robotic academic language
Recent poems from Crazyhorse were selected for reprint in The Best American Poetry 2008 and 2007 and The Pushcart Prize anthology, recent fiction in The Best American Short Stories 2008. Richard Jackson’s poem
Creation and Criticism (CC), which is a quarterly international peer-reviewed refereed English e-journal, aims at providing an opportunity to the researchers and scholars for sharing their creative and critical
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.
Dactyl is a new print publication. We have just launched our inaugural issue at Summerhall in Edinburgh to much fanfare. We accept poetry, prose, illustration,photography, calligraphy.
Dappled Things is a Catholic literary magazine, and this raises the question of what Catholic literature is in the first place.