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Here is out listing of just about 700 Poetry Magazines. We love these magazines. Poetry We have been listings these poetry magazines for over 10 years. Many of these poetry magazines and markets are the best in the country. Some are brand new and some are well-established. Please read the magazine's guidelines for details on submissions.
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Poetry Magazines are a great well-spring of knowledge and inspiration in the writing world. Poets do not get enough credit. If you are trying to publish your poetry here are close to 700 listings to help you. If you need to contact us about a listing, please visit our Talk to the Editor page.
Coffin Bell is a quarterly online journal of dark literature seeking poetry, flash fiction, short stories, and creative nonfiction exploring dark themes.
The Paper Tears Literary Journal is a biannual youth-run literary magazine dedicated to fostering artistic expression by placing a high value on the humanities.
Welcome Welcome to The Florida Review, the literary journal published twice yearly by the University of Central Florida. Our artistic mission is to publish the best poetry
Iron Lung Magazine is an online publication based in New Concord, Ohio. We publish shared experiences that make breathing a bit easier.
The Broken Cassette is an independent quarterly literary online magazine. It is currently based in New Delhi
Panel Magazine reflects contemporary literature that is being produced in Central and Eastern Europe, and is written in English or translated into English.
Litbreak is an online literary journal that is published by Jason Chambers and edited by Dennis Haritou. Our signature photography is by Jason Rice.
A VELVET GIANT is a genreless online literary journal, meaning that we do not categorize the work we receive by genre.
Gremlin Creative is a multimedia literary journal founded to publish works of fiction. We thrive on the power of storytelling, and the wonderful,
Delmarva Review is an independent, nonprofit literary journal publishing short fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and short book reviews in print and digital editions annually.
Clockhouse accepts works of poetry, fiction, memoir, creative nonfiction, and dramatic works for stage or screen. We encourage submissions from both
Spadina Literary Review is an online literary magazine based in Toronto, Canada, with an international readership. The magazine was launched in 2011 and after a few years of irregular appearances is now publishing every two months.
The Drum is a non-profit online magazine dedicated to literature in audio form. We publish short fiction and essays from emerging and established writers who value the power of writing out loud.
Meat for Tea: The Valley Review was founded by Alexandra Wagman and Elizabeth MacDuffie. We are a non academic affiliated publication committed to featuring and publishing the works of artists and writers in the Pioneer River Valley and beyond.
Congruence Journal of Literature & Art is an online journal that publishes works of the intriguing and eccentric nature. The journal’s mission is to collect works that will complement one another like pieces
Who are we: Postcard Poems and Prose Imagine a painter, photographer, novelist, and poet all running willy-nilly and meeting full-speed. That collision is Postcard Poems and Prose .
The Literary Bohemian , the hippest online destination for travel-inspired poetry, ?postcard? prose and snappy reviews. Updated with (almost) monthly issues, the site is bursting with intriguing content and boasts design to die for with retro luggage labels, compasses and yellowing
We are a literary journal that seeks submissions from diverse perspectives and backgrounds that focus on intersectional feminism.We look for work that addresses issues
The Lark Website https://www.the-lark.net/ From the Editor The Lark is an online, quarterly arts and literary magazine that pays its contributors. The Lark firmly believes that the ubiquity of the internet is not a reason to accept diminished quality in publications, or to skip supporting contributors. We seek to publish what’s risky, critical, musical, philosophical, […]
phati’tude Literary Magazine is back and we are now accepting submissions for our Spring 2010 issue, to debut in April 2010 in time for National Poetry Month. phati’tude Literary Magazine offers readers a wide collection
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.
The Copaiba Literary Review (pronounced co-pie-ba) is a tree that symbolizes vitality. Copaiba Press publishes a quarterly literary magazine and hosts workshops and other events to celebrate the vitality of our veterans and the communities
Typehouse Literary Magazine is a production of The People’s Ink, a Portland, Oregon-based magazine. While based in the Pacific Northwest, we publish authors from all around the country, as well as from overseas. Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, and the Visual Arts, all come
BALLOONS Lit. Journal Website: http://www.balloons-lit-journal.com/ From the Editor First established in 2014, BALLOONS Lit. Journal (BLJ) is a young-reader-oriented literary journal that is freely accessible to all by online reading with a fully edited ready-to-print pdf version downloadable for every issue. BLJ is independent and biannual publishing quality poetry, fiction and art/photography primarily for readers […]
The Hunger is a journal of visceral writing that publishes fiction, poetry, nonfiction, hybrid work, and visual art in three issues yearly, appearing in the Winter, Spring, and Fall.
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
The Antigonish Review is a creative literary quarterly that publishes poetry, fiction, critical articles, and reviews. Our ideal reader has extensive interests and seeks the creative. Major accomplishments of TAR include giving
First published in 1945, The Fiddlehead is Atlanta Canada’s international literary journal and Canada’s longest living literary journal. Many – now well-known – writers
The Malahat Review, established in 1967, is among Canada?s leading literary journals. Published quarterly, it features contemporary Canadian and international works of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction as well as reviews of recently published Canadian poetry, fiction, and literary nonfiction.
The Iowa Review is an American literary magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, essays, and reviews. The magazine–currently in its 42nd year–is published in April, August, and December
Founded by graduates of Iowa’s major creative writing programs—Iowa State University and the prestigious University of Iowa—Sequestrum has faithfully published award-winning writers and new voices alike for our 1,000+ monthly readership
The Concho River Review publishes writers from all over the United States and, occasionally, writers from abroad. We enjoy publishing writers for the first time
The Ellis Review was established as a platform through which emerging writers may have their voices magnified. Inspired by our namesake Ellis Island, we specialize in pulling forth gems from frigid ocean waters; once a week, every week
Pøst- Website http://revuepost.com From the Editor In a time when it seems everything has been said and when concepts in post- and neo- abound, how can we find new poetic and discursive forms? How can we represent the world we live in, which is one of mixings and hybridizations, through new verbal means capable of […]
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 Café Review is a quarterly print volunteer publication based in Portland, Maine that has been publishing art, poetry and poetry book reviews for over 25 years. We forever search for new, strong voices in poetry and art, both in Maine and beyond Maine’s borders.
F(r)iction Website https://tetheredbyletters.com/ From the publisher If you love literature, you’ve probably seen just about every journal out there. Maybe you’re a devoted reader, bored with themes like adult-life paranoia and coming-of-age angst. Or maybe you’re a writer—and you’ve been writing traditional works to fit within traditional boundaries—but you can’t find a home for the […]
The FictionWeek Literary Review is published online twice a year, spring! and fall by FictionWeek.com. We are now accepting submissions for the Spring 2010 Issue. The FictionWeek Literary Review is a venue for innovative fiction and poetry. We intend to primarily publish writing that breaks new ground by finding new ways to tell a story. Selections from novels will also be considered for publication, as will essays related to the art and craft of writing
Sky Island Journal is an independent, free-access, online literary journal with an international reach; we are dedicated to discovering, curating, and publishing the finest original poetry, flash fiction, and creative nonfiction. Your best writing deserves an
Repurposed is an online magazine committed to discovering and showcasing art, artists, and art forms that create something beautiful out of existing materials. Nothing is really new; everything is a remix,
Ryga: A Journal of Provocations takes its name from Ryga, a political writer, to honour his commitment to his! art and to his world. His legacy is this: he was a human living in a community and that community was living in a nation, that nation in a world.
The Antioch Review is one of the best literary magazines in the country. We rate the Antioch Review as number 25 of our Top 50 Literary Magazines list.
The Wagon Magazine, a monthly, published in both print and digital versions, from Chennai, India, launched in the month of April 2016, is aimed to locate vibrant voices in the literary wild and dedicated to publishing ‘global’ literature, theatre and art.
Ploughshares Website http://www.pshares.org/ From the Editor Ploughshares has published quality literature since 1971. Best known for our award-winning Ploughshares literary journal, we also publish Ploughshares Solos, digital-first long stories and essays, and a lively literary blog. Since 1989, we have been based at Emerson College in downtown Boston. You can find more information and updates […]
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 Missing Slate originated in Pakistan as a vehicle to promote original and innovative work from writers and artists of any age, from any country. The magazine aims to provide a platform
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.
Lyrical Passion Poetry E-Zine was launched in 2007 to give writers another creative venue with a specialized focus in Japanese short form poetry, and short fiction so it is
RUMINATE is a quarterly magazine of short stories, poetry, creative nonfiction, and visual art that resonate with the complexity and truth of the Christian faith. Each