The Splinter Generation Continues: New Call for Submissions The Splinter Generation is currently accepting submissions from writers who were born between 1973 and
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.
The Start Literary Journal is a new young adult literary journal that is looking for submissions for its first issue. While we hope to publish writers at all stages of their publishing journey, our goal is to give writers their start by publishing new and unpublished writers (including high school students!)
The Stinging Fly was established in 1997 to seek out, publish and promote the very best new Irish and international writing. We have a particular interest in encouraging new writers, and in promoting the short story form. The main objective in setting up the magazine was to work towards bringing out a well-designed publication that would provide a forum for the very best new Irish and international writing. That objective has not changed. We believe that there is a need for a magazine that, first and foremost, gives new and emerging writers an opportunity to get their work out into the world. We are particularly concerned to provide an outlet for short story writers:
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The Summerset Review started as an online literary quarterly in 2002, publishing exclusively fiction and nonfiction. With a staff of three volunteers, the magazine faithfully
The Tenement Block Review is a perfect-bound, monthly poetry journal based in the UK which will publish poetry from around the world.
Created in 2018, The Tiny Journal is a semi-annual online literary journal that publishes beautiful and short nonfiction, fiction, and poetry 1000 words or less.
The Tishman Review is an online quarterly literary journal devoted to publishing great poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction. We pay our contributors between 10$ and 75$. A small fee, but with continued support and growth we hope to increase annually
The Transnational is a bilingual magazine (English/German) which publishes poetry and essays from authors from all around the world. We read new texts year-round (poetry, diary extracts,
The Traveling Poet is an ezine that publishes poets ages 12-25, art of all mediums, and articles regarding traveling, hitchhiking, poverty, and philosophy. This project’s goal
As a transdisciplinary forum for discourse, The Turnip Truck(s) is an evolving graphic landscape for writers, poets, essayists, artists,
The Vehicle is a biannual literary magazine produced by the students of Eastern Illinois University. Since 1959, The Vehicle has been publishing poetr
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.
Whitefish Review is a nationally-acclaimed, non-profit journal publishing the distinctive literature, art, and photography of mountain culture. Author Doug Peacock
New polished works by new and emerging writers. Since we seldom hire an editor, we request that all stories be properly formatted, spell and grammar checked and lastly properly identified
“A collection of contemporary literature informed by history and older art, 21st century science and philosophy, and the ending of print culture. An elegiac perspective, uninterested in banality,
The Wolfian is an independent voice for liberalism & social democracy, and at the same time we are keen to promote non-political content in the form of art, poetry, non-fiction
The Wordsmith Journal Magazine is a monthly online magazine that was birthed in October 2011 and provides a unique and necessary product for discerning readers.
The Write Room is an online literary magazine that publishes quality works of fiction, non-fiction and poetry. We are also interested in reviews, interviews and articles of interest to writers, as
The Zodiac Review is a quarterly literary magazine for discerning readers and writers of fine short fiction. Here you will find stories of flash fiction and short story length, each selected quarterly from submissions that cross the old lines separating literary fiction from genre fiction. And here you will find prose poetry, another form of literature that crosses boundaries to tell its stories. Among the many themes and sub-themes you may find in stories here are fate vs. free will, cosmic irony, and some of the many fascinating ways in which astrology is understood by the characters who populate the stories…subjects that expose the inscrutability of the universe and the poignancy of the human condition.
Why the name THRUSH? Thrushes are a species of bird, the songs of some considered to be among the most beautiful in the world. We love that and that is how we feel about poems. Why is THRUSH only poetry? We love fiction, and read it often. We feel there are many beautiful journals we admire that offer prose. Our passion is poetry.
Timber is run by students in the Masters of Fine Arts program at the University of Colorado, Boulder. We publish work online as well as in an annual print anthology.
Tin House Tin House Magazine is one of America’s leading literary magazines. Tin House publishes both fiction and poetry. First published in 1999 and quickly began setting standards for literary magazines. The magazine has published authors such as Stuart Dybeck, Rick Moody, Stephen King, Pablo Neruda, David Foster Wallace and many more. Tin House’s […]
Tipsy Lit is a poetry magazine that encourages writers to dig into “the deeper” and leave the bullshit at the door. We don’t want the warm and fuzzies.
Toasted Cheese Website http://tclj.toasted-cheese.com/ From the Publisher Toasted Cheese publishes poetry, flash, fiction, creative nonfiction, and reviews. Our focus is on quality of work, therefore the number of pieces published in each issue will vary. We welcome submissions from emerging and established writers and are actively seeking minority voices. Don’t let a lack of credits […]
In 2004, several Oregon State underclassmen attended a poetry workshop. They bonded and began meeting to discuss poetry, politics, love, and life in general. They started referring
“Too Obscene” is a one issue zine published through Nostrovia! Poetry. The zine features poetry and flash fiction that was rejected by other presses
Trafika Europe showcases current fiction and poetry in English and English translation from across the 47 Council of Europe countries
Trainless Magazine is an online travel magazine. We publish fiction and nonfiction with a focus on living abroad, intercultural relationships
TreeHouse is a place where artists can come to celebrate all forms of art. TreeHouse hosts blog posts, works of fiction