Tishman Review, the A quarterly journal of poetry, fiction, essays, visual art, and craft talk articles.
TL;DR Magazine TL;DR magazine is dedicated to showcasing the human experience through evolving forms of communication and content; of true living, documented relentlessly; of the filtering, delineating, and maintenance of reality through the human mind; of strange wonder; of art, literature, and culture. This is an online magazine. Don’t you think?
Toasted Cheese Literary Journal TC was founded in 2001 by a group of American and Canadian women writers. We are committed to publishing a diversity of voices and welcome submissions from writers of all backgrounds and from around the world.
Toe Good Toe Good Poetry’s main goal is to publish poets who have shown dedication to their craft. We also seek to spotlight poets who hope to publish (or have just published) their first collection of poetry. Toe Good Poetry intends to develop a literary community that enjoys our showcasing the vast variety in content and form of today’s poetry. We embrace diversity of races, genders, nationalities, religions, geographic locations, and shoe sizes. Toe Good Poetry supports the unknown and small-press poets.eries.
Tokyo Poetry Journal Tokyo Poetry Journal (a.k.a. ToPoJo or TPJ) is a biannual publication of poetry, art, reviews, and criticism. Bringing poetry to, through, and from the Tokyo world of words and sound since 2015.
Tophat Raven, the "The Tophat Raven " is an art and literary magazine, focusing on enticing both the submitters and the readers by showing how different medias of art and literature create a soulful experience hand in hand. We accept all types of writing from writers new and old.
Toronto Poetry Vendors Toronto Poetry Vendors is a mechanical poetry journal which operates out of refurbished gum vending machines. Produced twice yearly, issues consist of 10 single, hand-folded broadsides by 10 Toronto-based poets, which can be purchased from the machines for a toonie.
Tower Journal, the The Tower Journal seeks to publish emerging writers alongside the greats.
Town Creek Poetry The editors of Town Creek Poetry have biases like anyone else. We tend to favor poems that use the natural world in an original way, particularly in a way that elucidates deeper human issues. We are not inclined to accept poetry that relies on disjunction of language for its effect. While we appreciate the artistic merit of compositional” or “”dialogic”” poems”
Track//Four TRACK//FOUR is an online literary magazine founded in 2016 by Chinese-American poet Kathryn Hargett. We are dedicated to the needs of non-white communities and seek to create a safe space for non-white artists and writers, and as such we only accept work from people of color.
Trail Companion, the The Trail Companion is the quarterly newsletter of the Trail Center, a nonprofit dedicated to volunteer opportunities on trails and in parks throughout the San Francisco Peninsula and South Bay Area. We feature poetry and short prose on wilderness, nature and human-powered recreation in the outdoors in each issue. Please see our website and submission guidelines for complete information.
Trailer Park Quarterly TPQ envisions itself as a place for real writing, something that an actual human being might want to read.
Trailer Park Quarterly We accept unsolicited fiction, poetry, original photographs, essays and anything else of interest to the 21st century trailer park man.
Transatlantic Poetry TRANSATLANTIC Poetry is global poetry movement bringing some of the most exciting poets from the US, UK, Europe and beyond together for live online readings and conversations.
Transect Magazine Transect Magazine: Fiction Across Borders showcases short stories and poetry written by multiculturals from all over the world. By multiculturals, we mean cross-culturals, Third Culture Kids (TCKs), mixed-race, first, second, or even third generation immigrants. We cut across human borders, eradicating boundaries between nations, ethnic/racial groups, languages and cultures.
Traveling Poet, the The Traveling Poet publishes poets ages 12-25 through a nonprofit blogzine.
TreeHouse Arts Magazine TreeHouse is a place where artists can come to celebrate all forms of art. Here you will find an unlimited space of creativity dedicated to the growth of artists and their works.
Trellis Magazine Online poetry magazine for young and novice writers focusing on poetic form. Check out our quarterly contests.
Triggerfish Critical Review Triggerfish is a journal dedicated to the “why” of poetry, seeking to understand and illuminate this process, to say that it is possible to make qualitative judgments and distinctions about the substance of poetry.
TriQuarterly A journal of writing, art, and cultural inquiry from Northwestern University.
Trouvaille Review Trouvaille Review is an online journal that publishes the poetry of poets across the globe.
Tryst Tryst Poetry Journal is dedicated to the promotion of poetry, art and artists. The Journey home begins here.
Tuck Magazine Tuck Magazine is a political lit, music and arts journal with a difference: we aim to entertain a wide variety of readers as well as art and music lovers globally. Over the course of this magazine’s future there will be a serious exploration and harvesting of articles, be they political or current affairs, poetry, photography, art, film, reviews, opinion and music from around the world.
Tule Review Tule Review is the literary journal of the Sacramento Poetry Center and is the flagship publication of Sacramento Poetry Center Press, a project formed by local poetry professors Tim Kahl and Brad Buchanan. SPC Press currently publishes Tule, full-length collections of poetry, and periodic regional anthologies.
Tunnel Magazine We publish art + writing + music + misc from young and fresh people, specifically high schoolers, but really, anyone else, too.
Tupelo Quarterly Tupelo Press discovers luminous writers, gives each author the vessel of a beautiful book, and shares their passions with as many readers as possible. Tupelo’s list speaks to the diversity of influences upon contemporary art and culture, and the Press takes a keen interest in promoting a dialogue between the written and fine arts. In this digital milieu, Tupelo Quarterly extends and expands upon that vision, publishing work by emerging and established writers and artists of many sensibilities and styles.
Twisted Tongue Twisted Tongue magazine where every story has a twist, whether it is a twist in the tale or a twisted tale.
Two Drops of Ink A Literary Blog – Writing Advice, grammar, poetry, and prose – The Literary Home for Collaborative Writing
Two Hawks Quarterly | A Literary Uprising A digital literary journal brought to you by writers in the BA in Liberal Studies Creative Writing Concentration at Antioch University Los Angeles. Two Hawks is dedicated to sparking debate and discussion by exposing the world to the most daring, lyrical, and edgy poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and experimental writing available.
Two Serious Ladies Two Serious Ladies is a small, irregular online magazine to promote writing and art by women. It was founded in February of 2012 by Lauren Spohrer. The name comes from the 1943 short novel by Jane Bowles.
Ucity Review The UCity Review is published twice a year. Content is gathered via solicitation and open submissions (see Submissions section). Each issue highlights a noteworthy writer, whom the editors believe deserves more exposure.
UFO Gigolo Fantasy, Science Fiction, Horror poetry, especially poems relating to UFOs. Submissions welcome.
Ugly Writers, the The Ugly Writers is an online literary magazine/community based in the Philippines. We showcase short stories, poems, essays, reviews and editorials from contributors around the world.
UKAuthors UKAuthors is an online magazine, where poets, and writers of short stories can showcase their work. A writer of the month is selected in the short story category. Featuring genre Pages and packed full of info about competitions and markets – definitely not to be missed!
Underwood Press We are a micro press. And we are a craft press. We have Vandercooks in our bones, a Chandler & Price in the garage, and Heidleberg Windmills in our dreams. Letterpress printing is our past and our future. The ink that gives life to the machines stains our fingers and runs in our blood.
Uneven Floor An independent poetry blogzine published out of Perth, Western Australia. Uneven Floor publishes a poem or two most weeks, and needs more well-written poems from published and unpublished poets. Previously published poems are welcome, as are poems in text, video, audio or image format. Please watch your step.
unFold unFold, the successor to Form.Reborn on Folded Word, is a “PG-ish” experimental poetry journal published on Twitter. It originally sought 140 character (including spaces) poetic Tweets suitable for mobile poem text messages and encouraged poets to improvise solutions to Twitter’s inhospitability to traditional line breaks.
Union Station Magazine Designed off the image of a train station with many tracks extending outward, Union Station has a distinct urban aesthetic. We seek to be inclusive, to put into relation the many narratives, images, and voices that are redefining our landscape. –Come here. Go Everywhere.
Unique Poetry Publishing poetry for established and emerging writers. We aim to be trendy, stunning, challenging, and defiantly weird at times. The editors are both fanatics of poetry modern and discarded, with many years of writing experience.
University of Maine Farmington The Sandy is published twice a year in the Fall and Spring semesters in the offices of Alice James Books on the UMF campus.Each issue has an Editor and an Assistant Editor who steps into the role of Editor for the next issue.
Unlikely Stories: A Collection of Literary Art This will allow you to access a file called INDEX.HTML. INDEX.HTML is written in HyperText Markup Language, which means that it is a text file into which codes have been inserted. These codes load pictures, to be viewed with the text, and also establish certain words in the text as links, which are clickable bits of text that will take you to other HTML files. The links in INDEX.HTML will allow you to view files with names like HITLERDIDNTDIE.HTML, HEPENETRATESME.HTML, and INEEDGRASS.HTML.
Unrorean, the Begun in 2001 as a poetry broadsheet that would serve as the aler-ego to the Aurorean, the Unrorean has published some of the most recognized poets in the small press as well as new and upcoming poets. In 2016 the Unrorean transitioned from print publication to digital online publication and is now free and available to the widest audience possible.
Up The River Up The River is a journal of poetry, art & photography by Albany Poets Press celebrating the best in the arts from around the world. Edited by Mary Panza, Carissa Haberland, and Kevin Peterson, Up The River wishes to showcase original work from both new and established poets, artists and photographers.
Up the Staircase Quarterly Established in March 2008, Up the Staircase Quarterly is an online journal of poetry, art, interviews, and reviews. New issues are published every February, May, August, and November, unless otherwise stated. UtSQ nominates for the Pushcart, Best of the Net, and Best New Poets.
Uppagus Uppagus is your childhood friend that adults never meet. They think he’s imaginary, but you know better. Adults fear the psychological damage they’ll cause by disbelieving you. So one day, they all start pretending to see him too.
Urban Fantasist Urban Fantasist is curated by Charles Christian to bring you a mix of new, free-to-read, sci-fi and fantasy poetry and flash fiction in the Grievous Angel webzine
Used Furniture Review Used Furniture Review is an online literary magazine founded in November 2010. We are interested in all genres of writing, art and music; we are also interested in running interviews with authors and musicians, as well as chapbook or book reviews. We accept submissions on a rolling basis and update our site three days each week, so check back often to read fresh material.
Uut Poetry A personal blog posing as a poetry magazine with a particular interest in surrealism and surreal poetry in its broadest sense, especially in United States.
Vagabond City Literary Journal Founded in 2013, VAGABOND CITY is a literary journal dedicated to publishing outsider literature. We seek to publish poetry and prose that fits outside the mainstream literary scene, yet still of significant literary merit. We accept and encourage authors and works of diverse social backgrounds.
Vallum Magazine Vallum Magazine, a biannual publication founded in 2000, is based in Tiohtiá:ke (Montreal, Canada) on unceded Kanien’kehá:ka territory. Vallum provies a forum for emerging artists to publish alongside more established figures, giving them exposure and confidence to continue with their artistic practices.
Valve, the – A Literary Organ The Valve is a literary weblog dedicated to the proposition that the function of the little magazine can follow this form. We mean to foster debate and circulation of ideas in literary studies and contiguous academic areas. Since a narrow academic focus would be unlikely to serve this primary project, our focus is not narrowly academic, nor purely literary. Authors are free to wander so long as they do not make positive nuisances of themselves with respect to our general aims.
Vamp Cat Magazine We are an online literary journal publishing creative and imaginative fiction, non-fiction, poetry, travel stories, essays, and much more. We publish three online issues a year, each with a differing them.
VAYAVYA We publish original poetry and art three times a year- February/March for Spring, June/July for Summer, and November/December for Winter. Content is largely gathered through general submissions, though sometimes we do solicit works from writers we read and admire. We also have a fondness for poets who have never published their work before.
Verdad Magazine Verdad is an online, twice-yearly literary and fine arts journal that showcases the best unpublished poetry, short stories, non-fiction and visual art that comes our way. We also offer a wide range of interviews featuring contemporary writers and artists.
Verity LA Established in 2010, Verity La is an on-line, transnational creative arts journal publishing short fiction, poetry, cultural comment, photomedia, reviews & interviews from Australia and around the world.
Verse Verse sends you a new poetry playlist each week.A poetry playlist is a small set of poems around a particular subject, geography, time period, technique—or any other organizing theme.
Verse Daily Verse Daily is a poetry daily on the worldwide web. By republishing one new poem a day from fine literary magazines and books, Verse Daily promotes poets and their publishers while providing a wealth of excellent poetry to the public free of charge.
Verse Wisconsin Verse Wisconsin is the latest incarnation of the Wisconsin poetry magazine, Free Verse, published 1998-2009 by Linda Aschbrenner. In 2009 the magazine moved to Madison, co-edited by Sarah Busse and Wendy Vardaman.
VerseVille VerseVille- A Global magazine of Poetry, Books & Reviews (formerly The Enchanting Verses Literary Review)
VERSIFICATION Versification is a literary zine focusing on micro works. We aren’t big on black tie affairs – we want the grit under your nails.
Virginia Quarterly Review VQR strives to publish the best writing we can find. While we have a long history of publishing accomplished and award-winning authors, we also seek and support emerging writers. A look at one of our latest issues will show you the diversity of voices we publish.
Visions with Voices At Visions with Voices you can listen to the Spoken Word while you read the Written Word of poetry and narratives. We feature the works of poets and writers from all over the world. The works are read either by the writer or one of our Spoken Word artists.
Visitant A visitant is a visitor from another realm. A visitant is a specter or a transitory creature, like a pilgrim or a migratory bird. Here at Visitant, we are borrowing from this concept with the goal of nurturing experimental writing and art.
Visual Verse Visual Verse: An Anthology of Art and Words. One image, one hour, 50-500 words. The picture is the starting point, the text is up to you.
Vita Brevis Vita Brevis is an online poetry magazine that features unpublished or emerging poets. We charge no reading fees, accept unsolicited pieces, and are open for submissions year-round. We also accept previously published poems and concurrent submissions.
Voice of Eve Voice of Eve is a web magazine dedicated to showcasing quality women’s poetry. Our hope is to build a community of women who can be empowered by sharing and reading each other’s work. We believe strength comes in unity with diversity and ultimately it is love that binds us.
Vox Poetica vox poetica was founded in May 2009. In service to its mission, bringing poetry into the everyday, vox poetica publishes original accepted content daily and an ongoing series of responsive work. vox poetica is proud to nominate annually for the Best of the Net and the Pushcart Prize.
Vox Populi A Public Sphere for Poetry, Politics, and Nature
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.