The Medulla Review is a place in the hindbrain where breathing, swallowing, and circulation are done through words, a venue for those who believe in creating reality. “Medulla” is the Latin word for “marrow” — the middle part of a structure. Bone marrow. Plant marrow.
Online Literary Magazine
No longer publishing
Why the name THRUSH? Thrushes are a species of bird, the songs of some considered to be among the most beautiful in the world. We love that and that is how we feel about poems. Why is THRUSH only poetry? We love fiction, and read it often. We feel there are many beautiful journals we admire that offer prose. Our passion is poetry.
The goals of Words Apart are twofold: discussion of real topics that affect us and presentation of art that reflects the complexity of life. We do not want to be hip. We do not want to be elitist. We want to be sincere. And most of all we want the literature we publish to represent single moments in a continuous dialogue, a dialogue that you are also a part of.
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
We are a magazine of short Fantasy, Horror, Literary/Mainstream fiction, Poetry and Science Fiction published in eBook format.
Poecology is a new literary e-journal for poetry, fiction and nonfiction about ecology, place, and the environment. In an age of increasing disconnection from the physical world and the myriad communities of people, plants, animals and topographies, Poecology seeks to revitalize interconnectedness. The writing published here will meditate on ecological and place-based themes from various perspectives and aesthetics, pushing boundaries and experimenting whenever possible. Poecology publishes emerging and established writers from around the world. Each fall we will hold literary readings in the greater San Francisco Bay Area, where the journal is based. Please visit www.poecology.org for more information.
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.
Asinine Poetry is the journal of asinine poetry, a monthly publication of poetry and prose that attempts to be kinda funny.
The Monarch Review is a publication dedicated to sustaining a literary tradition both curious and amenable to the necessary adaptations of creative lives lived in a world of increasingly rapid technological advancement. Only within an understanding of tradition as existing in a state of perpetual change can it be sustained.
Whitewash Dreams is an American, online literary magazine founded in 2011 and based on Long Island in Hicksville, New York. The name derives from the poem ?Whitewash Dreams?, written by the founder in his college years. There is one line from the poem that embodies the purpose of this magazine: ?I want to make his existence someone?s poetry.? The goal of Whitewash Dreams is to move our readers with literature, to make them think, and question their own semiotics. Our bi-annual publications include fiction, creative-nonfiction, poetry, essays, and visual artworks. Whitewash Dreams is a place for ideas to converge on all types of literature and to make writer?s words our reader?s poetry.
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.
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.
The Four Cornered Universe is an online journal which is dedicated to publishing high-quality fiction, poetry, and nonfiction essays. We publish 2-5 new pieces on Mondays. Submissions are considered on a rolling basis, and you should expect to hear back from us within a month. We accept previously unpublished authors as well as established ones. At this time, we do not provide financial compensation for accepted pieces. We simply provide authors with a place to showcase their talents and promote their writing.
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.
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.
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.
Online magazine of socio-political speculative fiction: Feminist SF; Queer SF; Eco SF. (Currently closed to submissions; will reopen in 2011.)
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Our catch phrase is: The ezine for the neglected demographic. We are a general interest magazine with a subtle sense of humor, and we focus our a! ttention on the general audience
Literary writing webzine features Outsider Art and poetry submissions, along with a collection of literary essays and podcast feeds