BOMB Magazine has been publishing conversations between artists of all disciplines since 1981. BOMB’s founders—New York City based artists and writers—created BOMB because they saw a disparity between the way artists talked about their work among themselves and the way critics described it.
Bombay Review, the
The Bombay Review is a bi-monthly online literary magazine publishing short fiction and poetry, with annual print anthologies. With a readership base in more than 90 countries, TBR is based out of New York City and Mumbai.
BOMBFIRE is an online literary magazine featuring visual art, poetry, and flash fiction. Our goal is to provide a platform for artists and writers to show off their work.
Bond Street Review, the
The Bond Street Review, a PDF-only journal of new poetry and flash fiction, is published bi-annually (published in January and July) through the Ink Publications website and mailing list. The Bond Street Review is sent to all members of the Ink Publications mailing list. Submission to the review is only open to those on the mailing list. If you would like to submit to The Bond Street Review, please sign up for the mailing list on the website.
Bookslut is a monthly web magazine and daily blog dedicated to those who love to read. We provide a constant supply of news, reviews, commentary, insight, and more than occasional opinions.
Bookends Review, the
Founded in 2012, The Bookends Review is an independent creative arts journal dedicated to bringing you the best original fiction, nonfiction, poetry, interviews, essays, book reviews, and visual/musical works from around the world.
BOOKOLAGE provides expository reviews of new or nearly new books. Book types include autobiographies and memoirs, biographies, poetry, fiction, graphic novels, history, visual art, psychology, psychiatry and/or physiology. It also provides convenient links for titles and related items.
BoomerLitMag, an online literary magazine mostly by and about Boomers, publishes quality poems, stories, and essays four times a year.
Bop Dead City
A cheap, tawdry literary magazine
Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review
Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review is a literary journal based in Austin, Texas that publishes poetry along with photographs, reviews and essays.
An exploration of a world beyond borders…
BorderSenses Literary Magazine
BorderSenses started in the Fall of 2000 with a simple idea: We wanted to provide a platform to aspiring writers and artists from El Paso and the border region to share their voices and images with the community. BorderSenses is actively involved in community-oriented literary projects because it believes that art can promote literacy and empower peoples' lives.
Bosphorus Review Of Books, the
The Bosphorus Review of Books is an English-language literary journal based in Istanbul. We aim to provide a platform for cross-cultural exchange, making space for literary works and non-fictional commentary for readers in Turkey and across the world.
Boston Accent Lit
Based in Boston, MA and founded in February 2016 by Sarah A. O’Brien, Boston Accent Lit aims to showcase work that is daring and innovative, as well as providing a platform for underrepresented voices. Our primary goal is to publish quality work, rather than work that fits into a narrow, esoteric vision or aesthetic.
Boston Poetry Magazine
Boston Poetry Magazine is a place for the best writers and poets in the New England area and beyond to submit and read great poetry. From time to time, we will also post a poem in the public domain from a well-known author.
Boston Review combines commitments to public reason and literary imagination. Putting politics and poetry on the same page, we anticipate a world that is at once more democratic and more imaginative than our own. We are a magazine of political, cultural, and literary ideas, and we take that designation seriously: our intellectual range distinguishes us from any political journal or literary quarterly, while our seriousness of purpose sets us apart from other general-interest magazines.
Botsotso is a grouping of poets, writers and artists who wish to both create art as well as to generate the means for its public communication and appreciation. We speak particularly of art that is of and about the varied cultures and life experiences of people in South Africa – as expressed in all our many languages.
Bottle Imp, the
The Bottle Imp aims to showcase Scotland’s vast and vibrant literary culture — to support discussion, investigation and innovation, and offer challenging and inspiring ideas to everyone who has a keek inside. Inside each issue, you’ll find articles, opinions, and arguments waiting to happen, along with book reviews, columns on Scots and Gaelic Place-Names, plus our annual Best Scottish Books List.
Boxcar Poetry Review
Boxcar Poetry Review features top quality poetry, reviews of first books of poetry, and interviews with first book poets. Be it narrative or lyric, we simply want the best poetry out there.
Flash poetry that goes with anybody.
Braided Way Magazine
Braided Way Magazine is guided by the ideal that all world faiths and their spiritual practices are braided together. Each faith is a strand in the braid of sacred awareness, adding a unique view and experience to the whole.
Brave New World Magazine
Brave New World is an anchor from the parts unknown. This magazine is designed to be a showcase of writers who dare to make difference.
A Milwaukee based literary magazine open to submissions.
Breakwater Review was founded in 2009 and is run by students of the University of Massachusetts Boston MFA program. We currently publish digitally three times a year.
Brick is a biannual international journal of literary non-fiction based in Toronto, featuring essays, interviews, and insights from the world’s best-loved writers and fresh, emerging voices.
Bridge Burner's Publishing Company
Bridge Burner's Publishing Company was started in 1994 when an academic literary magazine had it's funding cut after printing what some deemed to be "explicit material." Now, there are no rules. Funding comes from wherever and we're as dirty or clean as we want to be. We thank you for your support.
Brittle Paper is a literary magazine and African literary blog” published in the English language”
Broad Side of the Barn
Features humorous stories and drawings along with topical articles.
Broadkill Review, the
We are interested in publishing in our pages that which rises above the ordinary.
Brooklyn Rail, the
Critical conversations and art, literature and poetry.
Bruce V. Bracken's All-Purpose Poetry Thing
Prose, free verse, free verse thinly disguised as haiku, haiku. Poetry, art, and Camille Paglia links.
Budapest Bardroom, the
Central Europe's premier English-language LIVE poetry, comedy, music and performance event, hosted by house poets Jim Scrivener and David Hill. Check the website for upcoming events, lots of photos, downloadable magazines and poems.
Buddhist Poetry Review
Buddhist Poetry Review is a quarterly online journal dedicated to publishing fresh and insightful Buddhist poetry. Our vision encompasses the full spectrum of Buddhism, and we welcome submissions from authors who write from any perspective.
Bullets into Bells
Poets & Citizens Respond to Gun Violence
Bunbury Magazine is an on-line arts-and-lit magazine. We publish everything from poetry to art, flash fiction to interviews and spoken word features. If you love to do it, we love it!
Burningword Literary Journal
Burningword Literary Journal is a quarterly publication focussing on emerging writers of poetry and short fiction.
Busting and Droning Magazine
In January of 2014, Anthony Taylor decided he was going to launch an online literary magazine. That magazine would house different types of creative mediums from poetry to prose to podcasts to art work from unheralded and largely unknown creators. The reason for creating this website was born out of boredom and the desire to see just how far an innocuous and fanciful idea such as "starting a literary magazine" could go. Tell a friend.
Butterfly Hollow is my own personal Poetry journal, linked to which is the Flutterby Poetry Ezine, also maintained by me. Focusing mainly on fantasy and nature, though not limited to these two genres. Friendly forum and newsletter available, submissions taken when announced.
Bywordsis an online monthly poetry magazine that features poetry from those with a connection to Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, an online calendar of literary events taking place in Ottawa, news, links and calls for submissions.
Cabildo Quarterly Online
Cabildo Quarterly is a Belchertown, Massachusetts-based poetry and (mostly) fiction broadsheet edited by Michael T. Fournier and poetry editor Lisa Panepinto.
Cabinet of Heed, the
The Cabinet of Heed is a sentient multi-drawered piece of furniture that is eternally ravenous. The only way to sate The Cabinet’s hunger is to feed it great writing.
We post a new poem on our homepage every Wednesday. Sometimes we post on holidays and on Sundays.
Cadence Collective: Long Beach Poets
Site to feature poets and poetry events in the Greater Long Beach, CA area!
Cafe Review, the
Over 25 year, quarterly publication of poetry, artwork and poetry book reviews. Bringing Maine poetry to the world and world class poetry to Portland, Maine.
Poetry, reviews, columns and more. A magazine from Portland, Oregon
cahoodaloodaling, a collaborative publication, accepts poetry, short prose, and plays, as well as cover and feature art, for quarterly issues.
Calibanonline magazine is an internationally recognized literary and arts magazine featuring avant-garde writing, high resolution art reproductions, short art video, and musical compositions, under the leadership of founder and editor Lawrence R. Smith
California Journal of Poetics, the
CalJoPo publishes original reviews and criticism of poetry from across the globe, as well as interviews with poets and translators of poetry, and original poetry and poetry in translation. We will also occasionally draw attention to, and offer commentary on, compelling reviews, criticism, and interviews published elsewhere.
Califragile – Poetry
In these times when the Earth and humanity seem so breakable, as if they might break each other, we search for answers in the air. What’s our next move? What did I just see on the news? What does this moment demand of me? Poets interpret their screens, sing to nature, and admonish us our selfishness. Califragile is a portrait of turning, questioning, stretching, stepping up.
Calliope on the Web
Calliope is the official publication of the Writers’ Special Interest Group (SIG) of American Mensa, Ltd. It is published four times a year with a circulation that spans six countries and nearly every state in the USA.
Independent publisher of art and literature by women since 1976.
Camel Saloon, The
An online poetry bar for dromedaries, malcontents and jewels of the world. The first drink is on the house.
A Literary Journal of the Environmental Crisis
Canthius is a Canadian literary journal publishing poetry and prose by women and genderqueer writers, including transgender men, nonbinary and Two-Spirit writers. Published bi-annually out of Ottawa and Toronto, Canthius is (for now) a print-only journal, but you can find select work from previous issues, articles about literature and feminism, interviews with contributors, and other banter online.
Cape Cod Poetry Review
The Cape Cod Poetry Review is a journal that seeks to provide a well-needed outlet for strengthening the creative writing community that exists past the greater Boston area, on Cape Cod.
Cape Rock, the
The Cape Rock, a publication of Southeast Missouri State University Press, is one of the oldest literary journals in the nation.
We are fans of traditional and experimental fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and visual art. Though Caravel does not subscribe to any particular political ideology, please feel free to send us your socially engaged/social justice oriented poems, stories, and art.
The Intersection of Techonology, Literature and Art
Virgogray Press online poetry blog Carcinogenic Poetry (est. 2009) publishes the freshest voices in the underground literary scene. A plethora of independent writers for a sea of hungry readers. At Carcinogenic Poetry, the truth is to lies like cancer. Carcinogenic publishes weekly. Come read. Come get it.
Cardiff Review, the
The Cardiff Review is a digital and print literary magazine that publishes contemporary graduate writing. The magazine was launched to give talented students a platform to showcase their work.
Carve has published HONEST FICTION online since 2000 and hosts the annual Raymond Carver Short Story Contest. Print and digital quarterly issues feature poetry, nonfiction, interviews, illustrations, and more. While formally based in Dallas, Texas, the staff and volunteers who help the magazine thrive are from all over the world.
Carve was founded in 2000 to publish short stories online and has hosted the annual Raymond Carver Short Story Contest since 2001. Print and digital quarterly issues began in 2012 and feature our signature HONEST FICTION, poetry, nonfiction, interviews, illustrations, and more. The editors, staff, and volunteers who help the magazine thrive are based all over the world.
Exploring ideas and culture in the Pacific Northwest
Cascadia Rising Review
Cascadia Rising Review is dedicated to the Pacific Northwest and seeks to capture the unique voice of the region. As a result, we ask that those who choose to submit their work to this journal be current or past residents of, or have significant ties to the Pacific Northwest. We especially seek to encourage new and emerging writers from parts of the Pacific Northwest that are perhaps a little neglected.
An online journal dedicated to all forms of poetry (mostly slam), the arts, and more. Watch the site for new additions.
Catamaran Literary Reader
West coast themes. Writers and artists from everywhere.
Catch & Release
The literary blog of Columbia: A Journal of Literature and art.
The Caterpillar is a magazine of poems, stories and art, created by grown-ups for children.
Catholic Poetry Room
Curated by our poetry editor, Tim Bete, the Catholic Poetry Room provides the best contemporary Catholic poetry to inspire you and transform the culture. It is our mission to expand the audience for poetry and thereby deepen our love of God and glorify Him. We welcome submissions and recommendations.
We’re the digital component of Dogwood: A Journal of Poetry and Prose, the literary magazine at Fairfield University. Causeway Lit is run by the graduate students of the same school, who lovingly call the program FUMFA.
Caustic Frolic is an interdisciplinary journal that publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, and digital and mixed media. We are a student-run, non-profit organization funded and supported by New York University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences’ XE: Experimental Humanities & Social Engagement Program.
Caveat Lector is an online magazine dedicated to literature, social and cultural criticism, philosophy, and the arts.
Cayuse Press is home to the award-winning on-line zine, The Horsethief's Journal and lots of features for poets and writers. Watch for our upcoming contests and chapbooks, too!
The UN-religious, NON-family oriented literary and art magazine.
At Cease, Cows we want to explore the contemporary, the strange, the big questions. We want to feel cultural pulses, expose mental arteries, bathe in both the sanguine and sanguinary. We want to publish prose with fire and truth. Humans may be animals, but the power of words can allow us to revel in or transcend the physical. The best literature achieves both. Or something profound like that.
Biannual online literary magazine publishing microfiction 100 words or less. Submissions are open year-round.
Centopede is an online cento-only poetry publication. We take line-centos, word-centos, and meta-centos. See our site for more info!
Cerise Press, an international online journal based in the United States and France, was founded in 2009 by Sally Molini, Karen Rigby, and Fiona Sze-Lorrain with an aim to build cross-cultural bridges by featuring artists and writers in English and translations.
A progressive, literary magazine that celebrates original works of quality, and the spirit of humanity.
Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
Cha is the first and currently only Hong Kong-based online literary quarterly journal dedicated to publishing quality poetry, short stories, creative non-fiction, drama, and reviews written in English, as well as photography and art. It has a strong focus on Asian-themed creative work or work done by Asian writers and artists. It also publishes established and emerging writers/artists from around the world.
Chagrin River Review is an online journal of fiction and poetry. The editors are faculty at Lakeland Community College, half an hour east of Cleveland, Ohio. This is a biannual literary magazine publishing new fiction and poetry in the Fall and Spring. The inaugural issue was released Fall 2012.
Change Seven Magazine
Change Seven is an online literary journal. We seek to publish the best available fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, visual art, book reviews, and more from both established and emerging talents.
Meander through the Manor and discover: Contests, Jewelry Design; Web Graphics, Poetry, Muse, Stories, Inspiration, A full scale fantasy world, Calligraphic arts, Genealogy and more like Riddles and Jokes, Postcards, Thoughts of the Month and Quality Links
We believe great stories start with great characters, characters who (human or otherwise) move us, repel us, make us laugh, or leave us in cathartic tears. Give us memorable heroes or anti-heroes, strange new places, or help us to see the everyday in a new light. We also believe that great writing is not limited to any single genre; we do enjoy capital L” literature”
Chaparral is an online journal featuring poetry from Southern California.
Chariton Review showcases work that exhibits a strong sense of the craft and conventions of poetry, fiction, and essays. It includes literature that demonstrates an active familiarity with contemporary innovations and conversations in literary writing and exhibits mindfulness of various rich traditions.
The Cherita, publihed monthly, is your storybook journal.
Life affirming stories by suicidal writers.
A grown-up site where your inner brat can feel free to play. News, articles, and discussions about art, music, literature, spirituality, sexuality, alternative lifestyles, popular culture, and general silliness.
Since 1946, Chicago Review has published a range of contemporary poetry, fiction, and criticism. Each year typically includes two single issues and a double issue with a special feature section.
Cholla Needles Magazine
Information to submit to our print magazine, the website features over 200 videos by poets who are reading while sheltered in place, poetry book reviews by folks like Greg Gilbert, essays by folks like Tobi Alfier, and more. Stop by & join our poetry family.
A selection of Christmas poetry from throughout history at Santa's Net.
Cider Press Review
The Internet home for Cider Press Review, a journal of contemporary poetry. The website includes submission guidelines (including a cover letter form), desription and sign up sheet for the Cider Press poetry workshops, subscription informaiton and an online bookstore. Visitors can also join Cider Poets, an email news group to share poetry, information, announcements and civil criticim. Cider Poets also receive periodic updates on the newest Cider Press publications and events.
Cincinnati Review, the
Since its inception in 2003, The Cincinnati Review has published many promising new and emerging writers as well as Pulitzer Prize winners and Guggenheim and MacArthur fellows. Poetry and prose from our pages have been selected to appear in the annual anthologies Best American Poetry, Best American Essays, New Stories from the South, Best American Short Stories, Best American Fantasy, Best American Mystery Stories, New Stories from the Midwest, and Best Creative Nonfiction.
Launched in 2003, believes in the place of translation to inspire stronger literature; without cross-fertilization, no growth can last. We focus on literary translation in its broadest sense, cracking open this often-neglected field by melding the invisibility of the translator with the identity of the artist. We publish creative works of art & literature that call attention to the process of translation. We also include reviews of translated literature—both new and old—with a special emphasis on the merits of the translation.
Cirrus Poetry Review
Cirrus is a poetry magazine based in Southeast Asia. Our goal is simply to provide a variety of poetry that is free to submit and read. Any and all poetry is welcome, and we trust readers will appreciate the array of styles and voices.
Citron Review, the
Micro-Fiction, Flash-Fiction, Creative Non-Fiction, Poetry, Art
City Key, the
Exploring the City through the Arts