The Missouri Review, founded in 1978, is one of the most highly-regarded literary magazines in the United States and for the past thirty-three years we’ve upheld a reputation for finding and publishing the best writers first. We are based at the University of Missouri and publish four issues each year. Each issue contains new fiction, poetry and essays, several of which from have recently been reprinted in the Pushcart Prize, Best American Stories, Best American Essays, and Best American Poetry. Also, we make an effort to be the first to publish new writers. We run interviews with famous authors and Found Text features, printing never before published works such as a short story by William Faulkner or one of Tennessee Williams’ plays. Recently we did a feature on famous rejection letters of novels such as Lolita and The Bell Jar, the letters of James Stern, and Ben Hecht’s Hollywood letters.
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.
The Montucky Review is a web based poetry publication that seeks well crafted wordplay from both established and novice writers alike.
The New Guard is a contest-centered review. We run two contests, The Knightville Poetry Contest and The Machigonne Fiction Contest.
The Nottingham Review is a new British digital literary journal, looking to publish great flash fiction (50-1000 words) and short stories (1000-3000 words).
The Ocotillo Review seeks to publish diverse voices from underserved communities along side established writers of Poetry, Short Fiction, And Narrative Nonfiction. Although we don’t shy away from experimental or unusual approaches to literature,
The Paragon Journal is an online literary magazine that focuses on sharpening the creative writing skills of people of any age. We are based in Pennsylvania, United States, but are looking for submissions from all over the globe.
The Paris-American was founded in New York by poet C. L. O’Dell in 2012. Since its launch, the ezine has featured many award-winning authors such as Matthew Dickman, Chloe Honum, Carl
The Penumbra Review Website http://www.penumbrareview.com Information about your publication Since its establishment in late 2013, the Penumbra Review has excitedly searched for the best of today’s untapped, catalytic voices. We appreciate the small things — run-of-the-mill and soft — made into items strange to the touch. We like the insides of folded hands, exposed and […]
The Petigru Review, an online literary journal sponsored by the South Carolina Writers Association, is open for submissions. We accept high quality and engaging fiction, nonfiction, poetry and flash, as well as craft essays and reviews for our website. We look forward to reading your work!
The Pinch is a journal of fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and visual art committed to presenting its readers with exciting works from both new and established writers. Founded in 1980,
The Plume is an online literary, arts, news and commentary magazine dedicated to publishing the best work from the international under-twenty-five demographic. First launched in January
The Poet’s Haven publishes online galleries of poetry, stories, and art, currently totaling over 6,000 pages. In print, there is “The Poet’s Haven Author Series” chapbooks, “The Poet’s Haven Digest”
The Pomegranate London is a biannual printed art and literary magazine featuring short stories, poems and essays on artists. Founded in July 2020, The Pomegranate London seeks to publish and promote innovative, fresh and experimental new work from established and emerging writers and artists from the UK and internationally. The magazine may also
The Rag is an electronic literary magazine that focuses on grittier forms of contemporary short fiction. We publish in ePub, Kindle, and PDF formats, aiming for the e-reader/tablet market.
The purpose of The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society is to publish works that voice an unusual, unpopular or incendiary opinion. The RP&D Society strives to give
The Red Line is a magazine that runs in conjunction with a regular, themed, and free competition.
The Red Line is an online magazine publishing English Language short stories from international writers. We aim to introduce
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The Resurrectionist is a biannual poetry journal dedicated to modern formalist poetry. By modern we intend poetry that makes use of contemporary language and grammar, experiments with verse forms or that handles contemporary themes. ‘Resurrectionist’ (syn. ‘Resurrection-man’) is a 19th century English term for a body-snatcher whose main purpose was the resale of body parts to anatomy schools and researchers in the medical field. The application of the term for the journal is metaphoric and in direct retort to the openly stated assumption that formal verse (or metrical poetry) is a dead and/or no longer relevant art.
We have been online since 1995, and come out once a month. We publish at least a dozen book reviews, articles, readings, and poems in each issue.We are very interested in new poetry
The Sacred Cow is a literary magazine in digital format. The name might suggest that our mission is to annoy people, poking holes in their cherished beliefs.
The Scented Flower is a literary magazine written for and by people who live in a communitarian setting. However, through excellent writing and story-telling,
We are the voice of Lilith, a site and magazine devoted to the best contemporary poetry, prose, short stories and articles.
The Shangri-La Shack Literary Arts Journal is a bi-annual print and online journal that provides a stage for undiscovered talents and esteemed artists whose work exemplifies Shangri-La
The Slag Review is a small, confused group of creators invested in the process of expression through art, fully understanding that it may be a long and dangerous one. In this way,
The Sonder Review is a tri-annual publication of both art and short fiction that strives to question, redefine, and challenge conventional viewpoints; to usurp the definition of reality and truth.
The South Mountain Review accepts submissions from writers of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. We will accept no more than 4 poems or 5 pages single-spaced for fiction or nonfiction
The Southeast Review, established in 1979 as Sundog, is a national literary magazine housed in the English department at Florida State University and is edited and managed by its graduate students and a faculty consulting editor.
At The Speculative Edge, our mission is – in a word – balance. We want to bring you fiction that is both exciting and enlightening, poetry that is imaginative and accessible, reviews of both