Do you revel in the dark? Have an original supernatural tale? Urban Gothic Press is a young adult literary magazine geared towards ages 14-18 that celebrates all things strange.
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We are a literary magazine with a main focus on the minority indie author/writer writing in the Urban Fiction, Hip-Hop Fiction, AA Fiction, AA Contemporary Fiction or Street Lit Fiction genre.
Founded July, 2019 we are an up and coming Science Fiction Magazine dedicated to sharing stories which share a common theme – a future we want to believe in. Utopia in itself may be ever-elusive, but there’s no reason we shouldn’t hope for a brighter future.
Vagabonds is an anthology that is published twice a year. We had the pleasure of releasing the first edition on August 6th, 2012 and is still available for anyone who is interested in a copy.
Founded in 2000 and based in Montreal, Vallum magazine is published biannually. Valllum provides a forum for emerging artists to interact with more established figures while giving them exposure and the confidence
Vault Review is an independent, non-profit literary magazine that demands the very best from its writers and artists in both language and presentation. Its founder,
Vending Machine Press is a new and independent literary magazine aimed at giving writers an avenue for their writing to reach
Verse-Virtual is an online magazine of eclectic poetry. My name is Firestone Feinberg. I am the sole editor and owner of the journal.
Voicings is a literary magazine designed to provide an avenue for talented Aboriginal writers living in Canada
We call the Water Cooler Convos. It’s nerdy. It’s artsy. It’s bourgie. And it is a place for discussion. It is the mission of Water Cooler Convos
Weary Blues Magazine Website Weary Blues Magazine From the Publisher Weary Blues Magazine is named after the iconic poem by Langston Hughes entitled “The Weary Blues.” This poem was the first of its kind, incorporating jazz rhythms seamlessly with traditional poetic devices such as metaphor and simile. It altered the way poetry can be manipulated […]
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.
In an age of instant connection across continents, we’ve come full circle– like the ancient Egyptians, we live in a society that once more worships cats.
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.
A collection of poetry and prose. We showcase both contemporary and fixed form.
From the website. Hello. My name is Harald Holczer and I am the builder of this website. I started this website for several reasons. One was to publish my own words and expose them
The editors of Works & Days began with a simple concept: that there are too many concepts out there. They wanted a way to present new work in a straightforward manner, without gimmicks
Writer’s Ink accepts accepts any form of English Language creative writing be it prose, poetry, screenplay, etc. Established in 2008, Writer’s Ink has published a total of six volumes,
Writing Tomorrow is looking forward to meeting the next generation of renowned authors and artists. We believe that great literature and visual artwork instill in us a sense of beauty,
Your Impossible Voice is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit (status pending). We publish brash and velvety new work from around the globe. For a better idea what our editors are looking for at the moment, please consult our call for submissions.
?Two ladies, one from Boston and one from Glasgow, get together in a creative writing class in Glasgow and . . .? Sound a bit like the beginning of a bad joke?
ZYZZYVA is a critically acclaimed print journal, introducing readers to new work from the best contemporary writers and artists since 1985. Based in San Francisco, we have established a vigorous tradition of finding and fostering new talent, in our backyard and beyond. For over thirty years ZYZZYVA