1932 Quarterly Named after Plath’s birth year, 1932 Quarterly was born in a swimming pool in the Midwest as a way to bring people from all over the world together in one place. We accept submissions from people in every walk of life, every background, every age, every language, dialect, and style. Our mission is to bring little pieces of the hearts and minds of unlikely friends from all over the world together in four yearly books.
21st Century Flow 21st Century Flow is a Malaysian based digital poetry and art magazine published periodically starting in March/April 2019. We are interested in poetry (and art) with a strong POV from the heart and written in modern language.
236 Magazine 236 is the alumni literary journal of the BU MFA program in Creative Writing. It is published online twice yearly, in the spring and fall.
2River 2River publishes The 2River View, a quarterly journal of poetry, art, and letters; as well as longer works by individual authors. Poets in past issues include Joel Chace, Robert Creeley, Ruth Daigon, and Glenda Zumwalt. Artists in past issues include Don Bied, Francesco Clemente, Mark Flowers, and Robert Indiana. Poets are encouraged to read the current and several past issues before submitting.
3 Muses Books Site offering free ebooks and paperbacks for sale (all paperbacks are also offered as ebooks for free or minimal cost on request).
32 Poems Magazine Printed twice a year (in May and November) and distributed internationally with subscribers in over twenty countries, each issue includes 32 shorter poems, most of them under a page in length.
3288 Review, the The 3288 Review is a project of Caffeinated Press. We are a quarterly literary journal, transitioning to biannual, focused on discovering and showcasing artistic talent from West Michigan.
4Columns 4Columns is a website of arts criticism aimed at a general audience. Its title refers, quite literally, to what you’ll find there each week: four new columns, each with a distinctive voice and perspective. Together, they offer a complex and compelling view of contemporary culture, from film to literature to performance to the visual arts.
50 Haikus The Serious Poetry Journal with the Funny Name
87 Bedford We are a literary short story magazine and online curator of creative content. We are looking to publish excellent, beautifully-written and interesting original fiction from new and veteran writers. We prefer all our stories to have a literary bent but in our opinion that shouldn’t exclude compelling genre-y tales of passion, mystery or the speculative. We also accept poetry (written and spoken-word), art & photography, and other imaginative forms of creative media pieces that might not have been thought up yet.
99 Pine Street Literary Journal 99 Pine Street is seeking up-and-coming writers and artists with unique voices and styles. We enjoy a range of writing styles from general literary to fabulist and surreal.
Aaduna aaduna seeks to uncover new and emerging talent; build a relationship with those individuals; work with them to transition their creative ideas to publication, and then offer aaduna artists ongoing support and promotion to enhance their career.
Abalone Moon Abalone Moon, a contemporary journal of poetry and art.
Abe's Penny Abe's Penny is an art and literature magazine. It's an actual print publication! Each issue features a "story" serialized in four parts. We print on postcards and mail the parts once per week to subscribers. A different photographer and writer collaborate on each issue. You'll find more information and archived issue on abespenny.com.
Aberration Labyrinth Aberration Labyrinth is a baby as far as poetry rags go, but our claws are out and ready to strike the web with gusto. Our goal is to publish a small amount of AMAZING work (about 10 poems every month). But, we’re not looking for just anything. This is a publication that plans to blur the lines of traditional poetry. Too many publications have a narrow definition of what poetry is or what it should be. We don’t. In fact, we treasure poetry that strays from the path. We want raw, evocative, emotional poetry. We love imagery. While we don’t traditionally like rhymes, we are not opposed to them if they are well done. We love the free verse; we also love the aubade. The form is up to you.
About Place Journal A literary journal published by the Black Earth Institute dedicated to re-forging the links between art and spirit, earth and society.
Abstract Mag TV Abstract seeks fine art in all forms that engages with both the crises and joys of our shared human condition. We seek art that engages the edge of now; we seek to explore a future forward zeitgeist with a respect for the gifts of the past.
Across the Margin Simply put, Across the Margin is an online magazine. One that aims to prove that long-form content still has a place, and can thrive online. Within these ‘pages’ can be found an eclectic mix of fiction, editorials, and factual prose that explore the current state of the world around us, and the depths of our human nature.
Acumen Acumen is a triannual literary magazine with special emphasis on poetry and is based in Brixham, the United Kingdom.
Adelaide Literary Magazine We publish literary fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, and promote the writers we publish, helping both new, emerging, and established authors reach a wider literary audience.
Adirondack Review, the The Adirondack Review is an online art & literature quarterly founded by Colleen Ryor in the summer of 2000. We publish poetry, fiction, essays, and works in translation, as well as visual art and photography. Submissions of all kinds are encouraged, especially if your work references the natural sciences in an unexpected way.
Adjacent Pineapple Adjacent Pineapple is a live and online space for writing, discussion and performance. based in glasgow, scotland and spaces of dissension where contradiction doesn’t melt.1 edited by colin herd and guest editors.
Adroit Journal, the The Adroit Journal was founded in November 2010 by poet Peter LaBerge. At its foundation, the journal has its eyes focused ahead, seeking to showcase what its global staff of emerging writers sees as the future of poetry, prose, and art.
Aerodrome AERODROME is a home for readers and writers. Through our online journal and special editions, we showcase words that matter, sharing with you the stories, poetry and books worth reading.
After Happy Hour Review A semiannual collection of poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and visual art. Though the journal is based in Pittsburgh, we accept submissions from anyone.
After the Pause After the Pause is an experimental online literary journal, based in Minneapolis, MN (with strong ties to other parts of the Midwest), and published quarterly.
AGNI Online AGNI was founded in 1972 at Antioch College by undergraduate Askold Melnyczuk, a then-aspiring (now accomplished) writer with his own vision of a vehicle for alternative news, visual arts, and literature. Melnyczuk was interested in creating a magazine that would feature a new generation of writers and visual artists.
Aji Magazine Abi is an online literary magazine publishing poetry, short fiction, essays, art, photography and graphic design. Aji (pronounced ah-hee) is a species of chili pepper with South American and Caribbean origins. Just a bit—there are many varieties and types—adds warmth and flavor to food and to life.
Akita International Haiku Network “We all try our best / in our busy, busy lives / to write poetry.” We have opened this web site in the hope that children as well as adults will write and enjoy haiku, senryu and tanka, and that they will share it on our network.
Alba: A Journal of Short Poetry The word alba means morning light, the light at dawn, and is taken from the title to a short poem by Ezra Pound. Although Alba appeared previously in a print version, it is now an electronic journal, publishing a new issue on a semi-annual basis. We feature short poetry exclusively, usually no longer than 12 lines. We have a bias toward free verse although we are open to tanka, haiku, sedoka, sijo, cinquain, and other forms.
Alexandria Quarterly Alexandria Quarterly is a curated portfolio of art and literature. It is the hope of the editor that Alexandria’s pages are filled with praise, worship, disgust, argument, resolve; that each issue acts as a healing art, a question without an answer, a celebration of unanswered questions and a good long thought shared among friends–all of whom believe that there is magic in our stories, our photographs, our paintings, our music.
Algebra Of Owls Algebra Of Owls is a “no frills” Yorkshire-based poetry e-zine with a simple mission; to publish engaging, accessible poetry from around the world on a daily basis; and promote local spoken word and other poetry events in the Yorkshire region.
Alien Mouth An online journal and print quarterly publishing prose, poetry, visual art, videos and music.
Alimentum Since 2005 Alimentum has been delighting readers with stories, essays, and poems that use food as a kind of muse to inspire memory, ideas, humor, joy, melancholy, triumph and reflection. The works are not just about what’s on your plate. They explore our deep personal connection to how we eat, what we eat, and the very primal part food plays in our lives.
All our Poems All Our Poems is a blog for poetry fans made by poetry fans.
Amaryllis Amaryllis is Poetry Swindon’s poetry blog and publishes a poem twice a week, on a Monday and Thursday.
Amaze : The Cinquain Journal AMAZE is dedicated to developing, promoting, and publishing cinquains in the traditional form established by Adelaide Crapsey. We are also very interested in the development and publication of innovative forms of the cinquain, such as mirror cinquains and cinquain cycles or sequences. This website includes resources on cinquains as well as the webzine and magazine.
Ambush Review Ambush Review is a biannual, San Francisco–Bay Area based literary arts publication featuring innovative and experimental poetry, flash fiction, art and photography, and brief essays/critical reviews. Here you will find both emerging and established writers in a diversity of styles and forms.
American Journal Of Poetry, the The American Journal of Poetry is a biannual online review devoted exclusively to poetry and the occasional essay. A strong voice and risk-taking is highly prized.
American Literary Review Since 1990, the American Literary Review has been published through the Department of English at the University of North Texas. From the journal’s inception, we have made a point of publishing poetry, fiction, and nonfiction by writers at all stages of their careers.
American Literary Review, the The American Literary Review, a biannual journal, has been published since 1990 through the Creative Writing Program of the Department of English at the University of North Texas. Since the journal's inception, we have made it a point to publish excellent poetry, fiction, and nonfiction by writers at all stages in their careers. We publish the best fiction that comes our way, but we prefer stories that are well-crafted and which reveal the nuances and complexities of characters and situations that surprise us with their unerring truths. The poetry we search out should challenge the reader's imagination through fresh language, precise imagery, formal artistry, and it should demonstrate an attention to the craft and tradition of poetry. We tend to prefer poems that are pleasing to the ear as well as the imagination. We welcome nonfiction submissions in personal essay, memoir, literary journalism, and experimental nonfiction.
American Poetry Journal, the APJ strives to publish poems we cannot shake off because they’re unique; they’re intestinal; they’re honest; they progress, leave us deep rooted and committed. We look for distinctiveness, want bold metaphors, sonics like we’ve never heard before, a shared purpose in the unfolding of the poem.
American Poetry Journal, the The American Poetry Journal publishes poetry and poetry reviews only. The magazine appears twice yearly, in summer and winter. The APJ considers unsolicited submissions from September 1 through April 30th and limited to twice during the reading period. We consider submissions from subscribers for publication in print all year round.
American Poetry Review, the The American Poetry Review is unique in American publishing. With eclectic editing, a newsprint-tabloid format, and a circulation of 17,000, APR reaches a worldwide audience six times a year with some of the very best contemporary poetry and prose from a diverse array of authors. Over the past 30 years, APR has helped to make poetry a more public art form without compromising the art of poetry.
Amethyst Arsenic Amethyst Arsenic is an online publisher of poetry, art, and music founded in 2011 by Samantha Milowsky. The journal was mentioned as One of five awesome new literary magazines” in 2011 by Yahoo Voices. Amethyst Arsenic is a paying market.”””
Amethyst Review A publication for readers and writers who are interested in creative exploration of spirituality and the sacred. Readers and writers of all religions and none are most welcome.
Amsterdam Quarterly AQ was founded in April 2011 and its goal is to publish, promote and comment on art and writing in Amsterdam, the Netherlands and the world.
Anemone Sidecar The Anemone Sidecar, edited by Kathryn Rantala, is an international literary online journal of stylistic, word-driven, avant garde, experimental or progressive poetry and shorter prose that is accessible to make reading it a pleasure but not so that it is the least bit usual.
Angry Old Man Magazine Angry Old Man Magazine is dedicated to experimental writing, poetry and art. AOM wishes to publish work that is risky and follows no prescribed dogma/style/schema/school. However, visual poetry is the predominant aesthetic, if there is one overarching tendency of the magazine.
Apogee Journal Apogee is a journal of literature and art that engages with identity politics, including but not limited to: race, gender, sexuality, class, ability, and intersectional identities.
Apple Valley Review The Apple Valley Review is an online literary journal. It is published twice each year, once in spring and once in fall. Each issue features a collection of beautifully crafted poetry, short fiction, and essays.
Apricity Magazine Apricity Magazine was founded in August 2016 by Margaret Siu. We are a nonprofit, literary and art, multimedia, international magazine affiliated with the University of Texas at Austin Plan II Honors Program. We accept literary, visual and performing artworks for our online content and select the finest to showcase in our annual print edition.
Apt – a literary magazine Apt is a literary journal featuring challenging writing that combines the cerebral and the visceral.
Arc Poetry Magazine Canadian-based poetry magazine that administers a series of awards, contests, and public readings.
Archflambeoth Archflambeoth is a world of dreams, put here on the web for your reading enjoyment. It features Poetry, Prose, Short Stories, and an on-line (non-choose your own adventure) story being written by the same people who read it. Put your voice up to the test, and see what fills the halls.
Armenian Poetry Project Since April 2006, APP has been the only source of Armenian poetry available via RSS, Tweet, iTunes, and, SoundCloud..
Aromatica Poetica Aromatica Poetica combines our love of literature with our love of smell and taste in a colossal endeavor to promote and celebrate the oft-neglected senses. Here you will find essays, stories & poems, interviews, and reviews that engage with smell and taste through a variety of lenses including the artistic and the scientific.
Aroostook Review, the The Aroostook Review is the online literary journal of the English Program at the University of Maine at Fort Kent.
Arsenic Lobster poetry journal The Arsenic Lobster Poetry Journal publishes eloquent emotion, articulate experiment; the charley horse hearted, heavily quirked, the harrowing. Honed lyricism, stripped narrative. Be compelled, compulsed, MOVED, to write…New online issues are released in April, August and December. The annual print edition includes selected works published online during the previous year.
As It Ought To Be Founded in 2009 by Matt Gonzalez, Jim Dorenkott, and Okla Elliott, AIOTB is a progressive forum that encourages humane thought and action related to contemporary political and cultural matters. The writers do not belong to a particular political party, nor are they expected to adhere to any set program.
Ascent Aspirations Magazine Ascent Aspirations Magazine publishes poetry, short fiction, essays and art quarterly on-line and semi annually with contests in print. Established since 1997.
Asinine Poetry Asinine Poetry is the journal of asinine poetry, a quarterly publication of asinine poetry, poetry that is, shall we say, asinine. To wit: Not necessarily bad; mostly kinda funny.
Asymptote Asymptote is an exciting new international journal dedicated to literary translation and bringing together in one place the best in contemporary writing. We are interested in encounters between languages and the consequences of these encounters.
At Length At Length is a venue for ambitious, in-depth writing, music, photography, and art that are open to possibilities shorter forms preclude. We create ways for readers, listeners, and viewers to interact with noteworthy long work, and other publications have noticed.
Atlantic Online, the The Atlantic Monthly's home on the Internet, featuring current issues online alongside web-specific content on travel, literature and politics.
Atticus Review Atticus Review is a weekly online journal that publishes short stories, poems, flash fiction, creative nonfiction, mixed media, book reviews, and other genre-busting words of wisdom and interactive literary whimsy.
Atwood Magazine We are celebrators of creativity. Atwood Magazine is an independent music journal dedicated to providing authentic writing, engaging, insightful editorials, and unique perspectives on music.
Auroras & Blossoms Poetry Journal Auroras & Blossoms Poetry Journal is the brainchild of Cendrine Marrouat and David Ellis, two writers and authors in love with poetry. We believe in its power to make the world a better place. Auroras & Blossoms Poetry Journal features uplifting and inspirational poetry, no matter the topic. Adult and young poets (ages 13-16) accepted. Our first issue was released on October 1, 2019.
Aurorean, the The Aurorean is a biannual poetry journal appearing in April and October each year. From 1995-2005, the journal was published quarterly and from Southeastern Massachusetts. We officially moved to Central Maine in 2005 and the expanded biannual format began in 2006.
Austin Daze The on-line version of the coolest free mag in Austin. Find back issues, submission info, and the locations where you can pick it up. We are always looking for submissions: poetry, art, photography, articles, short (very short) fiction…Almost ANYTHING!
AuthorsDen.com Hail! It is the verses which will ignite those mind… God Bless the Readers…Yours cordially, N.Karthikeyan Osho
Autumn Sky Poetry Autumn Sky Poetry publishes four issues per year. Every issue contains ten poems by ten different poets. Each poem is one that caught my eye, held my attention, said something profound. The poets may hail from all across our lovely planet and their poems may speak in many different voices, but each one is worth savoring. We are interested in both formal and free-verse.
Avatar Review Avatar Review is an online review that seeks to display the highest quality writing and visual art. Our purpose is to provide exposure to authors and artists and give temporary shelter to their work. We provide a forum in which writers and visual artists can share in this electronic medium. We believe in money for art and will shamelessly promote artists’ work in the hope it can be sold.
Axe Factory, The The Axe Factory is a quarterly online literary journal that publishes contemporary poetry, prose, and visual art in any 2D medium. We curate each edition of The Axe Factory” like a gallery exhibition–drawing together pieces in various styles and media that complement and offset each other. We do not predetermine the “”theme”” but rather arrive at a collection over time. “””
Axolotl Magazine Axolotl derives its name both from the small sea salamander indigenous to Lake Xochimilco in México, and from Julio Cortázar’s short story of the same title. We love straddling languages and straddling locations; love magical realism, slipstream, and fabulism; love fiction, poetry, non-fiction, comics, lists, drama, sequential and non-sequential art, statues, trees, microfiction and prose poems.
B O D Y B O D Y is an international online literary journal. We publish the highest quality poetry and prose from emerging and established writers. We also showcase contemporary artworks and photography.
Backchannels Backchannels is a quarterly literary and art journal that invites writers and artists to submit original English language work for consideration for publication.
Bacopa Literary Review Bacopa Literary Review is an annual international print journal published by the Writers Alliance of Gainesville. The Bacopa Literary Review Editors’ blog shows the quality of writing we seek by highlighting work we respect from previous Bacopa issues as well as other sources. We respond to unusual perspectives, passionate voices, inventive, and compelling work.
Bad Haiku A very old (10 years plus online) repository of pseudo haiku, moderated by Janis.
Bad Penny Review, A A Bad Penny Review is published twice online and once as a physical object annually.
Bad Robot Poetry Bad Robot is a UK based blogzine which publishes Internet Poetry, short essays and features. Given that the internet has done for literature what the camera did for art, Bad Robot would like to encourage as many people as possible to create and engage with an avant garde art that incorporates the dominant media of the 21st Century.
Badosa EP (Electronic Publisher) Site devoted to the spreading of literary unpublished text on the Internet. Poetry, Short Story, Novel. Audio files available. Spanish, Catalan, English.
Baffler, the The Baffler is America’s leading voice of interesting and unexpected left-wing political criticism, cultural analysis, short stories, poems and art.
Bakery, The The Bakery is an online literary journal that features a new poem every morning, publishing the work of emerging and established voices. The Bakery is interested in representing a wide range of voices and is open to all styles.
The mission of the Poetry Super Highway is to expose as many people to as many other people’s poetry as possible. Read poems, submit your poetry for publication, enter our annual poetry contest and peruse our directory of thousands of poetry and writing websites.