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.
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.
We’re a magazine that isn’t a magazine. We publish stories, poems and illustrations on 4×6 cards, which are packaged (unbound) in an envelope and sold for 2 dollars. Though we are based in DC, we accept subscription money from any of the 50 states.
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.
LEGOMENON focuses primarily on literary analysis; original articles analyzing the meaning of art
Lifelines is a journal published by Darmouth Medical School and publishes original and unpublished short stories, non-fiction, poetry, and artwork for our 2011 issue. We are a literary and art
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.
Lilliput Review is a print magazine founded in 1989 and dedicated to the short poem. The magazine’s normal format, 4.25 x 3.5″, reflects its name and that focus. It is published quarterly,
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.
Since 1994, Literal Latte has been brewing up mind stimulating stories, poems and essays. Get addicted….
Literary Heist Website https://www.literaryheist.com/ From the Editor Literary Heist is a quarterly magazine that wants to democratize the literary and art world. It is looking to showcase good work that comes from new and existing writers and artists. It exchanges exposure for content and as a result, can continue to showcase new writers. Submissions Literary […]
Dear gentle, good-looking reader, Welcome. You may have arrived here scrolling the various online literary journals for a cheap fiction high. Or perhaps you are an aspiring writer looking
Literati Magazine is a literary magazine catering to the young urban reader. We publish short stories, poems, online novels, commentary, editorials, book reviews, music original drawings and original photography. Our target audience is young writers/artist between the ages of 16 to 40.
Litlover’s mission is to publish emerging, regional (from any area of the country), self-made poets and allow them to advertise readings, publications, and awards through a link to their own blog, website, or Facebook page to appear under About the Poets page above.
Litro is a free, literary magazine, publishing short stories that excite us. We are an innovative, pocket-sized publication with 100,000 copies distributed monthly in London
Little Patuxent Review (LPR) is a biannual print journal with an associated blog that features writers and artists from the Mid-Atlantic region and beyond. It was founded in 2006 by a group of local writers
Loaded Bicycle is an online journal of poetry, art, and translation published as often as we are able. We are dedicated to publishing emerging and established writers, translators, and artists and are open to collaborative projects in all genres. We are especially excited to publish collaborations between poets and comic artists and would be interested in seeing translations of comics. Contributors for the first and second issue include Johsua Beckman, Ana Bozicevic, Anne Carson, Karen Emmerich, Matthea Harvey, Matthew Rohrer, Craig Rubadoux, Glenn Shaheen, Michael Shapcott, Bianca Stone, Tricia Taaca, Paul Tunis, M.A. Vizsolyi, and more. Please read our first issue before submitting.
Long Exposure Magazine was set up to bring together writing and the visual arts or other forms of media, and explore the creative possibilities of this. We began with a focus on the Ekphrastic genre of poetry,
Lost Sparrow Press is a small independent press focusing on poetry, literary, and art publications. We are dedicated to the vast world of humanity and the many differences therein. We are seeking talent that is still lurking in the shadows
Lotus-eater is a literary magazine based in Rome. We are looking for daring, unusual, and inspiring writing. Our ambition is two-fold: to publish high-quality poetry and prose in the English language
Loveliest: A Journal for Storytelling & Togetherness is a cross-genre magazine of literary and slow-lifestyle.
We are Emory University’s nationally recognized student-run literary review founded in 1990. We publish two issues per year out of Atlanta, GA– one in the fall and one in the spring
Lunarionuovo is a monthly literary magazine, founded in 1979 by Mario Grasso, sicilian poet, writer and essayist. It publishes poetry, fiction and critical essays, and it contains a special
Art is escapist, and that is its splendour. If the freedom of mind and soul is valued and we remain devout seekers of freedom; it then becomes our duty to escape through
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
Madcap Review is a semiannual online journal of literature and art. As our name indicates, we embrace the impulsive, the reckless, and the lively, but we also have great respect for form and restraint.
Man in the Street Magazine Website https://www.maninthestreetmag.com/ From the Editor Man in the Street is an independent, online magazine launched in 2017. The publication was founded in the interest and exaltation of “common people.” Our aim is to expand thought & inspiration on the charm, magic, law of the ordinary today that makes it so […]