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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.
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