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.
Flyleaf is a literary journal unlike any you’ve ever seen before. Printed on a gatefold sheet, each short story is self-contained with its own original cover art
Throughout history, the one element that has made us uniquely human is the ability to make art. This fascinating element of the human condition includes the capacity
We are a young magazine just starting out in 2020. Our focus is promoting LGBT+ writers and editors and creating a platform for their stories. forthlove is staffed by members of the LGBT+ community, all of whom have a passion for writing and the community.
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.
Since December 2014, Funny In Five Hundred has asked writers to create funny stories in five hundred words or less. Submit your work on the submission page
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.
Seraphemera Books & Music offers you… A bean. The garbanzo bean…found throughout the world in nearly every culture’s cooking, and a staple of the vegan diet…is an amazingly diverse
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
RATIONS Literary Magazine publishes the original works and ideas of both emerging and established artists in an effort to encourage conversations across the generational gaps. The
Accepting short fiction & poetry, creative nonfiction, interviews, social justice concerns, spiritual insights for Ginosko Literary Journal. Editorial lead time 1-2 months; accept simultaneous
We particularly welcome the work of new and emerging writers. In the recent Best American Short Stories, of the top “100 distinguished short stories,” six appeared in Glimmer Train Stories, second only to the New Yorker. We are pleased to say that, of those six, two were those authors’ first stories accepted for publication.
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.
Gold Man Review, an annual literary magazine produced in Salem, Oregon, under the umbrella of Gold Man Publishing, is aimed at serving our community of authors and artists.
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,
Gore Noir Magazine covers Horror art, horror models, tattoos, photography, special effects, celebrities, music, etc.
Grain, the journal of eclectic writing, is a literary quarterly that publishes engaging, eclectic, and challenging writing and art by Canadian and international writers and artists. Grain is published
Gravel Literary Journal is a new online literary journal created by University of Arkansas-Monticello MFA students.
The Great Ape pokes its head through the trees. It’s watching, waiting to see what you’ll do. The Great Ape suffers fools gladly, so be foolish
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,
Griffith REVIEW celebrates good writing and promotes public debate. It steps back from the issues of the day and gives writers the space to grow on the page. Essays reflect on the underlying significance of events and trends, explain the details that get lost in the news and examine the unintended consequences of public policy. Griffith REVIEW is edited by Julianne Schultz.
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
Grotesque Magazine is a quarterly publication for all things horror. The gory, the scary, the psychologically thrilling, and the supernatural can all find their homes here. Our magazine features contemporary and classic horror stories from both established and up-and-coming authors.
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
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.