(?m): A Review of Text and Image is a digital literary magazine. We publish for e-readers, ios/android tablets, and traditional computers. We’re open to all kinds of work.
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2 Elizabeths is a short fiction, flash fiction, and poetry publication, focused on creating value and visibility for writers. We are committed to reading every single submission we receive.
A Little Poetry presents contemporary poetry by poets around the world–from famous faces to burgeoning beginners. Check out the journal / e-zine contents page for links to the current issue
A VELVET GIANT is a genreless online literary journal, meaning that we do not categorize the work we receive by genre.
Abramelin has been publishing high quality poetry since the summer of 2006. We took 2010 off. Now we have returned with a new format! Instead of yearly or biannual issues, I will be doing monthly updates, often with featured poets. We are switching our focus to just poetry. I will consider a short story, but no more essays. So to all of our old friends, welcome back. And here’s hoping to meet lots of new friends as we set out on our second life.
www.agonia.net is an international interactive website for writing and literature, formed by numerous cultural communities and languages. It is a platform where writers around the world publish their works, engage in providing constructive feedback critique oriented towards honing skills in the writing process.
Alaska Quarterly Review is one of America?s premier literary magazines and a source of powerful, new voices. AQR publishes short stories, short novellas, novel excerpts,
Ambit is a surreptitious peek inside a private world. Without it such vital sparks of inspiration could well be lost for ever.? ? Ralph Steadman Ambit is a 96-page quarterly literary and artwork
AndWeWereHungry is an online arts and literary magazine currently in development. We exist to celebrate the short story while also showcasing a mix of prose
Angie?s DIARY is a contemporary, online magazine and community for writers, readers and editors. Free Submission of stories, essays, articles, poems and excerpts. Massive exposure
No longer publishing
The Antioch Review is one of the best literary magazines in the country. We rate the Antioch Review as number 25 of our Top 50 Literary Magazines list.
We provide a showcase for the best in British and international contemporary poetry. We publish around 30 poets each issue, and many take up the option of recording their work for our blog.
The Apple Valley Review, a semiannual online literary journal, was founded in 2005 by its current editor, Leah Browning. It is published in the spring and fall of the year.
ARDOR Literary Magazine was founded in September 2012 as a non-profit electronic literary magazine. It is published online three times annually (January, May, September). ARDOR accepts fiction, nonfiction, short-short and poetry submissions through its online submission manager and is committed to paying every writer published in ARDOR Literary Magazine.
Asinine Poetry is the journal of asinine poetry, a monthly publication of poetry and prose that attempts to be kinda funny.
At Length is a venue for ambitious, in-depth writing, music, photography, and art that are open to possibilities shorter forms preclude. As a print-friendly online magazine, we create ways for readers, listeners, and viewers
Our Name: A&A takes its name from the ATLAS and ALICE experiments at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. These experiments look to explain some of the most fundamental characteristics of the universe.
The Avalon Literary Review welcomes work from both published and unpublished writers and poets. We accept submissions of poetry, short fiction and personal essays. The author’s voice and point of view should be unique and clear. We seek pieces which spring from the author’s life and experiences. Submissions which explore both the sweet and bitter of life, with a touch of humor, are a good fit for our Review. While we appreciate the genres of fantasy, science fiction and horror, our magazine is not the forum for such work.
A brand new and alternative mag packed with features, competitions and much more.
B O D Y is an international online literary journal. We publish the highest quality poetry and prose from emerging and established writers, both original work and translations.
The mission of The Baltimore Review is to showcase Baltimore as a literary hub of diverse writing and promote the work of emerging and established writers.
Barge Journal reads unsolicited submissions year round. Submit through our submissions manager on the website. We seek experimental fiction and poetry as well as (emphasis on the creative part) creative non-fiction — though we prefer non-genre, non-classifiable work above all. Long story short, this isn’t the place to submit your literary fiction or formal poetry.
Who We Are The mission of Barking Sycamores is to publish poetry by emerging and established neurodivergent writers (autistic, ADHD, bipolar, synesthesia, etc.).
Beaks of Eagles: a journal about man’s need and nature “…an it is good for him to know that his needs and nature are no more changed in ten thousand years that the beaks of eagles.” Robinson Jeffers, 1937 accepting short stories, essays, poems, interviews that relate to men’s needs and nature.
Everyone out there has a story. Some people choose to keep it to themselves, while others dream of telling it. Behind closed doors?it?s just a little harder to hear. At Behind Closed Doors, we are giving artists and writers the opportunity to tell their story.
Belle Reve Literary Journal is a weekly updated online literary experience. We strive to capture everything that makes the South
Below the Fold Magazine is a humor site written by women publishing short, satirical fiction. Written by women for women? Maybe. But we hope certain men and some children will also benefit substantially from reading our pieces.
Bennington Review is a national biannual print journal of innovative, intelligent, and moving poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and film writing, housed at Bennington College.
Beorh Weekly Website https://beorhweekly.wordpress.com/ From the Editor Beorh Weekly publishes literature of the weird, odd, uncanny, strange, macabre, grotesque, and fantastic. Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, and Prose Poetry is considered. Beorh Weekly Publishes 50 (Or More) Stories Every Year… And Pays You For Your Work With Exposure! How Do Ya Beat Them Apples? Send for consideration […]
Berkeley Fiction Review is an literary journal founded in 1981 and based at the University of California, Berkeley.
To qualify for publication, the poet must fit one of the following criteria: a) the poem has been rejected elsewhere for publication but still the poet feels strongly about its merit, or b) the poem hasn’t been submitted but is the poet’s current darling, favorite or breakthrough poem. Long poems and sequences are accepted and encouraged. For more information, please see guidelines.
Great news! Big Pond Rumours has been re-launched. There are two issues a year (Summer and Winter) with a contest and Guest Judges for Poetry and Fiction
Birdfeast was imagined and created on Thanksgiving 2011. It runs quarterly with a feast of 10-20 poems each issue. Birdfeast welcomes all forms and styles of poetry, and publishes
Singular, idiosyncratic and a little mysterious, Black Clock is one of America’s leading literary journals. Since its inception in 2004, the publication has featured work (by Don DeLillo, Richard
Black Denim Lit welcomes thoughtful writers, new and established. We are open to Genre fiction but favor “General”, “Sci-Fi” and “Fantasy”… It’s possible that we might also publish: Action/adventure, Western Mystery, Crime, Suspense or Thriller …b
Black Heart Magazine is an independent online literary magazine, transmitting our tenacious texts around the world at the speed of wifi.
Black Wire is a new literary journal dedicated to discovering progressive and cutting edge writing from today’s best poets and writers.
BLACKBERRY: a magazine aims to be a premier literary magazine featuring black women writers and artists. Its goal is to expose readers to the diversity of the black woman?s experience and strengthen the black female voice in both
Blank Fiction Magazine aims to provide our readers with entertaining, intelligent and thought-provoking genre literature. We publish a quarterly collection of four short stories.
Blank Fiction is a new and independent literary magazine aimed at publishing intelligent and thought-provoking genre fiction. Each quarterly issue will call for a different genre
Blast Furnace is an independent literary publisher based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, still often referred to as the steel city. Blast furnaces were utilized for smelting
Blotterature is a brand new journal founded by four writers from Northwest Indiana. We accept a wide variety of prose, poetry, and artwork.
THE BLUE ISLAND REVIEW is a journal produced by writers living in Lawrence, Kansas. The members of the Blue Island Poetry Group hold these tenets: that poetry is the art of making all suffer; that hypergraphia is a disorder that should be incubated; that the experience of poetry is to induce emotion through image, sound, and association; that narrative is prose, and should remain such in its multiple nefarious forms; that economy of words is most powerful; that love as it is known is a most brutal form of chemical warfare, and that to inflict poetry on the unsuspecting, both in print and in voice, is the highest calling of very sexy people. To that end, we solicit contributions from writers living in (or connected to) northeast Kansas in the hopes that their work reaches more lovers of poetry than it otherwise might.
We want poetry, essays, fiction, translations, and art. We accept submissions through Submittable from Jan 01 – Oct 15th only. We only consider unpublished work which means no online reprints from magazine,
The name Bolts of Silk comes from Dark Matter, a vivid poem by the wonderfully talented Rebecca Elson, who died tragically young. Unfortunately copyright permission is beyond the budget I have for this project, but I would definitely recommend looking out for A Responsibility to Awe, the collection that contains this poem. Bolts of silk were traditionally given as prizes in Japanese poetry competitions. Bolts of Silk features poetry from across the world, poetry that has something to say and says it beautifully.
Bop Dead City is a biannual, independently published literary magazine. We are seeking new writers who have a great story to tell. Sound craftsmanship couldn?t hurt either. We are currently looking for stories and poems for our first issue, which will be published sometime in October.
Based in Boston, MA and founded in February 2016 by Sarah A. O’Brien, Boston Accent Lit aims to showcase work that is daring and innovative, as well as providing a platform for underrepresented
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 […]
Brilliant Flash Fiction delivers vibrant stories from around the world illustrated with dazzling photography. Contributors include established writers and talented newcomers.
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…
“By and by” evokes the humid warmth of Southern hymns, the comfort of a grandmother or grandfather, the all-encompassing belief in the future. A term that once
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,
Current acceptance rate is less than five percent. Each piece submitted should not be over 500 words. If poetry, not over five per submission. Include a short, third person bio that tells us
Cardinal Sins is Saginaw Valley State University’s arts and writing magazine. We are run by the students and faculty of SVSU. Although regular submissions for Cardinal Sins are only open to SVSU students, faculty, and alumni, our annual contest is open to everyone!
Est. in 2000, Carve magazine, named in honor of Raymond Carver, is a literary magazine publishing new short stories every quarter. Our stories are free to read online
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
Chagrin River Review is named after the Chagrin River, which flows into Lake Erie in the Northeast corner of Ohio. Not only do we publish work with Ohio connections, but any poetry and stories
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?
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
Chronicles [insert story here] is a brand new literary magazine launching in February of 2013. We will be accepting submissions as of now, though, and will continue to accept submissions
We are an online journal dedicated to historical fiction. We love vintage, we love retro and we love good writing!
Poet K. Augustus launched literary journal Claudius Speaks as a venue to celebrate emerging talent in art and literature. The first issue features an interview with Pushcart Prize-nominee Aurvi Sharma
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
Coffin Bell is a quarterly online journal of dark literature seeking poetry, flash fiction, short stories, and creative nonfiction exploring dark themes.
Coldnoon is a journal of travel poetics that envisions travel not as flux but instead as gaps in travelling itself. ?Coldnoon? means a shadowed instant in time when the inertia of motion
Edited byArup K Chatterjee, Coldnoon: Travel Poetics, International Journal of Travel Writing (CTPIJTW) is a refereed, international and interdisciplinary
Compose: A Journal of Simply Good Writing is a biannual, online publication that features work by both established and emerging writers
Congruence Journal of Literature & Art is an online journal that publishes works of the intriguing and eccentric nature. The journal’s mission is to collect works that will complement one another like pieces
We are a magazine of short Fantasy, Horror, Literary/Mainstream fiction, Poetry and Science Fiction published in eBook format.
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.
Contrary is a quarterly literary journal that publishes fiction, poetry, commentary, and especially work that dances contrarily across those categories. We also publish book reviews.
ounterexample Poetics is an assemblage of specialized artists and their artistry of natural inclination. As the name communicates, we serve as a refutation to a generalized, singular representational
We like old westerns. Hank Williams is one of our favorite writers. Used boots are better than new boots. At Cowboy Jamboree we promote
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
We?re proud of CutBank?s thirty-nine years as Montana?s foremost literary magazine, founded in 1973 by the Creative Writing program at the University of Montana and helmed initially by favorite literary son William Kittredge.
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.
We want to publish prose, poetry, and more. We are just starting out but looking to grow and be a strong niche market.
Decades Review is an online literary magazine for humans. We enjoy publishing any genre of poetry, photography, artwork, any genre of flash fiction/non-fiction, and fiction/non-fiction short stories.
Del Sol Review is now accepting submissions for the Spring 2017 editions in general fiction, science fiction and fantasy, and poetry
Delmarva Review is an independent, nonprofit literary journal publishing short fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and short book reviews in print and digital editions annually.
Dime Show Review is born from a dream. Yes, an in-the-bed, under-the-covers dream. I saw a circus poster in a reference from the Library of Congress dating from the 1880’s
drafthorse is a biannual online publication of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, visual narrative, and other media art where work, occupation, labor?or lack of the same?is in some way
Dreamers is dedicated to all the different ways to write creatively from writing for writing’s sake, to using creative writing in academic research, to writing as therapy.
Drunk Monkeys is an online publication which features an eclectic mix of content, from original poetry and fiction to cultural and political essays, film and television reviews, and humor pieces.
Duende Website http://duendeliterary.org From the Editor Duende is the all-online literary journal of the BFA in Writing program at Goddard College. Duende aspires to represent the true beauty and diversity of the U.S. literary ecosystem. A majority of the work we publish will be from writers and artists who are queer, of color, differently abled, […]
Dust Jacket is a quarterly published magazine, with both print and digital editions, that features the best in new and innovative short fiction.
The Earthen Lamp Journal is a literary e-journal, published by Divya Dubey of Gyaana Books. The editors include: Mariam Karim, Suneetha Balakrishnan, Renu Kaul, Abdullah Khan.
Most journals and reviews want a story; we want magic in the language & fire in the flow, a show to impress over drama to incite. Well, a story is fine IF it’s embedded
Eclat Fiction is a new online fiction anthology. Every 2 months we will run a competition and select the 10 best short stories we receive and publish them in our anthology. The top 3 stories
egg is an online poetry magazine delivered via email, one poem per week. Read it right then or save it for your train ride, your after dinner snack, or your Monday morning ritual. No rush?you?ve got the whole week. Why egg? Find out more at eggpoetry.com.
To Kristen McIlvenna – Elbow Pads is a newly premiered pocket literary magazine that favors the candid outlook of creative individuals. Elbow Pads publishes in pocketbook size. There are
Embark is a literary journal designed for novelists and featuring exclusively novel beginnings—those crucial first pages that must engage the reader’s attention and often receive more polishing than any
Embers Igniting is a literature and art magazine out of Albuquerque, NM. We launched in 2013 and have been publishing both emerging and established writers and artists annually ever since.
Embodied Effigies is a literary magazine in the works. We emphasize the community of Creative Nonfiction Writers, and the bonds that hold us together as we explore the aether surrounding our pasts, presents, and futures.
Empty Mirror was established in 2000 as a source of books and information on the Beat Generation and small-press poetry. Over time we broadened its scope.
Epiphany is committed to publishing literary work in which form is as valued as content. We look for writing, wherever it may fall on the spectrum from experimental to traditional, that is thoroughly realized not only in its vision but also in its commitment to artistry. We are especially open to writers whose explorations of new territory may not yet have found validation elsewhere.
Episodic is an adjective, defined as “divided into separate or tenuously related parts or sections; loosely connected.”
Essays & Fictions can be characterized by two points, E & F: E) Essays & Fictions is an online journal of literature and criticism. Established in Midsummer 2007, the co-founding editors set out to exploit the web as a means to distribute their book ?le, which was carefully crafted by The Landscape Press. Opting to reject the crude language of web design as a series of reductive assaults on the eye and the intellect, and declining to de?ne itself by rigid, murky notions of genre and ?xed knowable truth (to which many contemporary literary journals are enslaved, having been conceived, born and delivered in dichotomous form), Essays & Fictions emerged, seeking and publishing exceptional prose that is either essay or ?ction, or both, or neither. F) Essays & Fictions is an online literary journal, and not a depository for corpses.
Eunoia Review is an online literary journal committed to sharing the fruits of ‘beautiful thinking’. Each day, we publish one new piece of writing for your reading pleasure. We believe that Eunoia Review can and should be a home for all sorts of writing, and we welcome submissions from writers of all ages and backgrounds.
Everest Magazine was founded by two recent college graduates as a project to continue working with literature and art beyond their time in university. The goal of Everest is to, through online publications, reach out to readers across the globe with a diverse selection of creative works. Although the primary focus of the magazine is literature, it is also important to its creators that an exceptional selection of visual art is featured as well.
We are a “new” publication. EWR: Short Stories started publishing in the fall. The publication is on Every Writer’s Resource.com a site that has been publishing for 6 years. It is one of the largest writer’s websites in the world. It has over 1.5 million unique visits per year. EWR: Short Stories tries to publish at least 3 stories a week (one per day if we can).
The creative works are clear representations of Experimental Writing, and the authors provide commentary on that aspect of them. This is also the place for anyone participating in the Experimental literary world to share information, opinion, etc. as long as it what you send it not published elsewhere. This is the journal that changes its middle name regularly. So, while it is listed officially as Exclusive, as of today it is called Exclusive Windows Magazine. It is housed within a resource website about all things Experimental Writing, including a long list of links of magazines, articles, presses, etc. The magazine nominates for Pushcart Prize, and others. When your work is accepted, it will go up online shortly. Work will continue to appear in the magazine until the issue’s completion by date. This is published and edited solely by Tantra Bensko, MFA, author of Watching the Windows Sleep, and instructor of Experimental Fiction Writing online. No money changes hands in any way with this journal.
Stories are Beautiful and the best stories come from great writers who have the freedom to write or thousands of years of culture. This is why we have started a Magazine dedicated
Fantasy Scroll Mag is a quarterly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. We publish short fiction from our
Described by the National Collective as one “of the hottest literary journals” around, Far Off Places has expanded its remit of publishing poetry and short prose with its latest issue; Sartorial is the first issue of the magazine
We are presently an online magazine . But with your support we plan to adopt some other publishing vias in near future.
Everyone lacks something. At Felled Limbs, we are not interested in looking for the things that are lost, and we have no desire to replace them.
Fiction Mingle is a monthly 3-piece collaboration of imagery, 100 words of fiction, and audio. We feature a variety of contributors, from New York Times Bestselling Authors to unpublished writers who know how to tell a story in 100 words.
Fiction War Magazine is a quarterly independent literary journal published by Wolvesburrow Productions, Chicago. Fiction Wars are seasonal writing competitions giving modern fictioneers
FishFood Magazine is an independent, themed, free-spirited literary and creative arts magazine dedicated to all forms of creative expression and talent.
Our goal at Five 2 One Magazine is to give a forum to voices that are normally unheard and unseen in literary magazines. We step away from the normal and average
Dedicated to those with creative minds. Our mission is to have a place for the freaks, the weirdos,strange folk and otherwise free thinkers to have a home.
Flag & Void publishes innovative poetry in both an Online Series and in print, with the Postcard Series. We value poetry that promotes but does not assume meaning; we encourage surprise
A bi-annual publication, Floyd County Moonshine has been in production over five years, publishing a variety of home-grown Appalachian writers in addition to writers from across the country.
Fortunates is a collection of short poems to be read one after the other in a random order. Some prophetic or proverbial, spanning tragic to irreverent, and all independently brilliant and
Four Winds Literary Magazine is a Bi-Annual Publication with release dates in December and July, respectively. Currently, we accept submissions year-round. Submissions for our December issue close November 1st, and submissions
This disorderly quarterly has published poetry by Hugh Seidman, articles devoted to composers written by rising stars, and artwork by pre-Soviet era painters.
At this time, we are seeking ideas, articles and artwork for publication on a variety of topics. Articles can range from full-length to reviews of important films, DVDs, books, and music. If you are interested in contributing to Gadfly Online, please email your pitch, resume and writing/art samples and/or submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line reading EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS. For completed articles, please send your piece as an attached word document. You do not need to have been published before to be considered for publication.
Garden Gnome Publications publishes flash fiction and short stories in the speculative fiction genres. Every month we sponsor the Flim-Flam games, a contest with prizes
Accepting short fiction & poetry, creative nonfiction, interviews, social justice concerns, spiritual insights for Ginosko Literary Journal. Editorial lead time 1-2 months; accept simultaneous
Glintmoon is an online quarterly, founded and edited by Mitchell Hart, dedicated to publishing diverse, innovative poetry of ten lines or fewer. We accept submissions year-round on a rolling basis and publish in February, May, August, and November.
Golden Walkman Magazine is a literary magazine in the form of a podcast aimed at giving the written word a voice.
“Gone Lawn seeks to explore and advance the growth of a new literary intention befitting our new century. In particular we seek innovative, nontraditional and daring works, both narrative and poetic,
Gravel Literary Journal is a new online literary journal created by University of Arkansas-Monticello MFA students.
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,
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
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
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 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.
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.
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.
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
Into the Ruins Website Into the Ruins Information about your publication Into the Ruins is a different kind of science fiction magazine. Rather than the tropes of space operas, aliens, and interstellar travel, we offer science fiction stories for the real world. These are tales set in the near and far future that deal with […]
Iron Lung Magazine is an online publication based in New Concord, Ohio. We publish shared experiences that make breathing a bit easier.
IthacaLit is a quarterly online publication of poetry and visual art. Founded by Michele Lesko after she moved to Ithaca, New York. The journal is meant to represent Ithaca, home to Cornell University & Ithaca College as well as the mythical Ithaca and the journey we celebrate in finding a place in ourselves that represents home. We ask that you wander through our site & land where you feel at home then use that place to connect your work first to us & next to our readers. We publish work that brings readers home. We are searching not for distance but for connection through a clear and forthright voice & vision.
Though attempting to maintain an artistic and intellectual connection to the work of James Dickey, the James Dickey Review accepts all manner of poetry, nonfiction, scholarly articles, and book reviews. The journal is published twice yearly, is assigned International Standard
The Center for the Study of Science Fiction (CSSF), in association with the University of Kansas, announces the launch of James Gunn’s Ad Astra, an online resource for authors, scholars and all those who are interested in speculative fiction at http://adastra.ku.edu/. CSSF is known for its resources, links, reading lists, workshops and online courses. James Gunn’s Ad Astra is excited to expand these offerings to a wider audience through creative short fiction and poetry, featured reviews, and scholarly articles.
Matter Press is a community-based, non-profit 501(c)(3) literary press that publishes an online literary journal (The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts), manages a compressed prose and poetry chapbook contest, and supports a regular reading series. Matter Press offers internships to Rosemont College MFA in Creative Writing & M.A. in Publishing alums and degree-candidates as submission readers, literary editors, and publication designers. Matter Press focuses on supporting emerging and established authors working with condensed forms of fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, and visual arts.
Founded in 2015, JuxtaProse is an Idaho-based literary magazine that publishes fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, art, and photography from around the world.
Kalyani Magazine is a biannual literary magazine encouraging women of colour to express their views, their experiences, their feelings. Each issue explores a theme that matters to women using diverse writing styles to evoke diverse ideas. Whether you just started writing yesterday, or finished your first book when you were two, your stories deserve to do more than just gather dust on your shelves.
Korea Lit is an online short fiction, poetry and art magazine that began in 2016. We publish exceptional short fiction/poetry and showcase art with a common theme. Korea. We publish a new story bi-weekly.
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.
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.
Litbreak is an online literary journal that is published by Jason Chambers and edited by Dennis Haritou. Our signature photography is by Jason Rice.
Since 1994, Literal Latte has been brewing up mind stimulating stories, poems and essays. Get addicted….
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.
Litlover’s mission is to publish emerging, regional (from any area of the country), self-made poets and allow them to advertise readings, publications, and awards through a link to their own blog, website, or Facebook page to appear under About the Poets page above.
At Little Fiction we like to think of the short story as the mp3 of the literary world. And we believe it can do for emerging and indie authors what the digital single did for bands of the same kind. Little Fiction publishes each short story on its own, complete with an original cover design. The stories are made available as free downloads in multiple formats: namely iPhone, iPad, and most Kindle / Kobo style eReaders
Little Patuxent Review (LPR) is a biannual print journal with an associated blog that features writers and artists from the Mid-Atlantic region and beyond. It was founded in 2006 by a group of local writers
Loaded Bicycle is an online journal of poetry, art, and translation published as often as we are able. We are dedicated to publishing emerging and established writers, translators, and artists and are open to collaborative projects in all genres. We are especially excited to publish collaborations between poets and comic artists and would be interested in seeing translations of comics. Contributors for the first and second issue include Johsua Beckman, Ana Bozicevic, Anne Carson, Karen Emmerich, Matthea Harvey, Matthew Rohrer, Craig Rubadoux, Glenn Shaheen, Michael Shapcott, Bianca Stone, Tricia Taaca, Paul Tunis, M.A. Vizsolyi, and more. Please read our first issue before submitting.
Lost Sparrow Press is a small independent press focusing on poetry, literary, and art publications. We are dedicated to the vast world of humanity and the many differences therein. We are seeking talent that is still lurking in the shadows
Lotus-eater is a literary magazine based in Rome. We are looking for daring, unusual, and inspiring writing. Our ambition is two-fold: to publish high-quality poetry and prose in the English language
Loveliest: A Journal for Storytelling & Togetherness is a cross-genre magazine of literary and slow-lifestyle.
Lunarionuovo is a monthly literary magazine, founded in 1979 by Mario Grasso, sicilian poet, writer and essayist. It publishes poetry, fiction and critical essays, and it contains a special
Madcap Review is a semiannual online journal of literature and art. As our name indicates, we embrace the impulsive, the reckless, and the lively, but we also have great respect for form and restraint.
Man in the Street Magazine Website https://www.maninthestreetmag.com/ From the Editor Man in the Street is an independent, online magazine launched in 2017. The publication was founded in the interest and exaltation of “common people.” Our aim is to expand thought & inspiration on the charm, magic, law of the ordinary today that makes it so […]
Manic Fervor Website From the Editor Began in January 2014, Manic Fervor seeks out visceral, beautiful work in the genres of poetry, short fiction, essays, photography, and art. Our aim is to publish an issue for every season. We pride ourselves on our crazy, wacky, intensely moving writing and images. We also offer free feedback […]
Mash Stories is a flash fiction platform aimed at uncovering new talent. Our competition runs continuously with new “keywords” every quarter. Can you take three randomly
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
Mason’s Road: A Literary Arts Journal Website http://www.masonsroad.com From the Editor 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 fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, drama, and craft essays, and focus each issue on an aspect of the writing […]
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.
Meet Cute Mag. What’s a meet cute? A fictional scene where a future romantic couple meets for the first time in an amusing or adorable way.
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Memoir magazine’s mission is to be a witness to both factual and emotional truths that resonate with the human heart by supporting writers and artists in sharing their stories
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.
Metamophose is interested in finding new, unpublished voices in the fantasy/sci-fi genres. Visit the website for additional details.
MQR is an eclectic, interdisciplinary journal of arts and culture that seeks to combine the best of poetry,
Currently MidAmerican Fiction & Photography has a few editors who also have full time lives and jobs away from MAFP
Based in Omaha, NE, EAB Publishing is the home of Midnight Circus, a seasonal literary magazine. We publish work that makes us unabashedly cry, laugh-out-loud, dream of a better tomorrow,
The Minetta Review is the oldest surviving literary and arts publication at New York University and is completely
Minute Magazine Website Minute Magazine From the Editor The Minute Magazine was founded in February 2017 with the aim of spreading appreciation for the daily hustles and bustles in life, the things that the eye often glosses over. The world is in constant motion, and it is increasingly harder to set back for a minute […]
Founded in June 2012, Miracle e-zine, is a literary and art magazine. It is a bi-monthly magazine for and by writers and publishes works by emerging/ established writers from around the world.
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
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
Mothers Always Write is a new online literary magazine for mothers by mother writers. As mother writers, we know there are endless numbers of mother writers
Mud Season Review is an international literary journal run by members of the Burlington Writers Workshop, a free writing workshop based in Vermont
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,
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