Small Po[r]tions publishes short[er] and experimental work along with multimedia and intermedia writing and art. The journal is published three times yearly in February, June, and October.
Print magazines taking online submissions
Here is our very popular list of magazines that are print magazines taking online submissions. A few years ago this was a very big deal, and it still is. Now most large and even commercial magazines take online submissions. At one time this was not the case.
Either way this list will give you an avenue to publish your writing in a print magazine. Some of our new and emerging magazines are of course much easier to publish your work in than the older more well-established magazines. If you want to see your work in print, this list if for you. We believe it will give you the best chance of seeing this happen.
We have been listing these print magazines taking online submissions for over 10 years. Some of these listings are brand new, others may be out of date. If you see a listing that needs to be updated, please leave us a comment. We do take action.
Good luck publishing your work.
Soundings East is the literary journal of Salem State University, published annually with support from the Center for Creative and Performing Arts
Soundings Review, a bi-annual publication in conjunction with the Northwest Institute of Literary Arts MFA program, publishes poetry, fiction, children/young adult and prose, including essays and interviews.
Southern California Review is the student-run literary journal of the Master of Professional Writing Program at the University of Southern California. We have been publishing fiction and poetry since 1982 and now also accept submissions of creative nonfiction, short dramatic forms, and artwork/photography. Printed annually with original cover artwork, every issue contains exciting work by both emerging and established authors. For more information, please visit us at http://www.usc.edu/scr.
Our goal was to establish a high-quality, paying market where emerging authors and gain professional experience being published alongside known and respected writers.
SPILT Magazine is a unique approach to visual and literary arts, embodying the principles of equality, compassion, and expression. We are aiming to provide a bi-annual in-print visual a
I get excited by writing that tries new things. When a writer can make that comparison that I wish I had come up with first. When the poem isn’t trying too hard and somehow makes me feel. When a piece is so lovely and gosh darn sensitive to human nature that I can’t help but sigh. I love newness, strangeness, but I equally enjoy traditional poetry, language used in a precise and controlled manner, and when a writer creates a world that I have never seen before. It’s the kind of writing that you know you like as soon as you read it, that lingers, that makes you come back to it and read it again.
Story is a tri-annual print publication devoted to the complex and diverse world of narrative with a focus on fiction and nonfiction. Formerly a publication of York College, Story has reorganized as a non-profit, independent arts organization based in Columbus, Ohio.
STRIKE Magazine is a completely independent, community supported, working class political art and culture magazine in South Texas.
TAYO Arts & Culture is a nonprofit community arts organization whose mission is to advance the understanding of the diverse cultural identity of Filipinos and Filipino
Tethered by Letters is a nonprofit literary journal dedicated to cultivating writers of all ages, backgrounds, education, or genres.
Our mission is fulfilled through the three avenues for writing success:
The Adroit Journal has been the subject of a fair amount of napkin scribbling since November 2010, when Founder/Editor-in-Chief Peter LaBerge decided that the world needed a literary magazine run entirely by high school and college students that helped the world in more ways than one. The Adroit Journal, bright with enthusiasm, was born. And that enthusiasm remains bright, with over forty students from Boston to Bangalore collaborating on this unique publication. Yet Adroit’s uniqueness does not stop there.
The Alarmist is a fresh, new, dark, funny and twisted printed literary magazine published biannually.
To better understand the objectives of The American Aesthetic, one must first understand what prompted the creation of this poetry journal in the first place.
The Austin Review Website http://theaustinreview.org From the Editor The Austin Review is an independent, nonprofit literary journal based in Austin, Texas. Three times per year, it publishes a print journal including four pieces of flash nonfiction, four short stories, and one essay or work by a prominent author. The journal additionally publishes select work online […]
Launched in November 2011, The Bad Version is a new take on the literary-cultural magazine. Its name comes from the collaborative art of screenwriting, where the first attempt at a scene,
The Black Herald is an internationally-minded bilingual magazine (French-English) published in Paris. Co-edited by Blandine Longre and Paul Stubbs, the magazine’s only aim
The Broken Cassette is an independent quarterly literary online magazine. It is currently based in New Delhi
An interactive quarterly multi-cultural literary children’s magazine. The magazine was created to help black children have positive images whilst living with a racially hostile environment. It was designed for all children,
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.
The Canary Press is a short story magazine based in Melbourne. The magazine started when its two editors, Robert Skinner and Andy Josselyn, read a short story that was so dull that Robert screamed and threw his table out the window
The Carolina Quarterly publishes a variety of poetry, fiction, essays, reviews, and artwork three times a year. Approximately 1,000 copies are distributed to readers locally and to individual subscribers,
The Cincinnati Review draws together within its pages the finest creative and critical work from across the country. We provide a venue for writers of any background, at any point in their literary
The Columbia Review is the oldest college literary magazine in the nation, publishing its first issue in 1815.
Finding the extraordinary in the common has long been the mission of literature. Inspired by this mission and the role of the town common, a public gathering place for the display and exchange of ideas,
We still believe in the allure of “new book smell,” and we are dedicated to producing high-quality print editions of each issue. The publication itself is print-only, but we augment our traditionalist methods with podcasts, social networking, and online reviews. We seek to revive and redefine small press publishing, supporting independent literature in our community and abroad.
The original tablet literary magazine. The Digital Americana Magazine (DAM) launched as the first literary magazine made exclusively for tablets after having been accepted and made
The Hungry Chimera is a quarterly literary magazine devoted to short fiction, poetry, and visual art. Our focus is depth and quality. We publish authors and artists with varying levels of experience and hope to both promote
The Inflectionist® is a publication for the literary, musical, for the arty, the linguistic and expressive, containing interesting and up to date articles written on the subjects of Language
The Intentional is a print literary and culture magazine that supports emerging writers and prizes approachability. We publish fiction, nonfiction, poetry,