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
Chantarelle’s Notebook was founded in 2005 to be a haven for both new and up and coming undiscovered poets.
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
City Poetry Zine, the
A city is a symbol of the womb, of civilization, of collected human experience. The city is something that is very old. The city is something holy.
Clackamas Literary Review
The Clackamas Literary Review is a nationally distributed, semi-annual print journal edited and published at Clackamas Community College in Oregon City, Oregon. We are a grant funded journal functioning under the auspices of the English Department. CLR promotes the work of emerging writers and established writers of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Check our submission guidelines for details on submitting your work. The Clackamas Literary Review sponsers two annual contests, the Willamette Award in Fiction and Poetry and the Peter and Jean de Maine Award for Emerging Writers in Fiction
Clade Song is a space dedicated to the literary examination of the animal world and all of its behavioral niches from the bacterial mat to the predation of the auk.
Clare Literary Magazine
The publication of Clare is a joint effort between students and faculty at Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Every year, a new group of student editors brings new ideas and preferences to the journal.
Clarion Magazine at Boston University
Clarion literary magazine is 1) based in Boston, 2) published in collaboration between Pen & Anvil Press and the BU Literary Society; 3) ready for you.
Clean Sheets Magazine
Founded in 1998, Clean Sheets is a weekly magazine devoted to encouraging and publishing quality erotic fiction, poetry, and art, providing honest information and thoughtful commentary on sexuality, and fostering an ongoing discussion of sexuality in the lives of individuals and in a global society.
We are a professional online magazine which showcases intelligent and sexy erotic fiction, poetry and art, as well as information and commentary on sexuality and society. We're looking for sensual, original work which adds something different to our perspective on sex and sexuality. Accepting submissions, encouraging visitors!
Accessible. Approachable. Astonishing.
Freshly squeezed poems
A progressive literary magazine of Poesie, Polemics, and Appraisals.
Clod & Pebble
A place for poetry.
Cloudburst Syndicated Poetry
Dynamic Christian poetry and literary magazine features mainly tranditional poetry, open to submissions. Sponsors Clouds Poetry Contest.
Cloudy Day Art
A weekly poetry podcast that showcases poetry, poets, and people that support poetry.
Clutching at Straws
Absurdist Poetry That Even Vacuum Cleaners Enjoy
Coachella Review, the
A literary arts journal nestled in the Coachella Valley, but with an eye towards writers and readers around the globe. As a vibrant online multimedia magazine, TCR is free to all and aims to showcase the best of what is possible on the web.
Coal Hill Review
Coal Hill publishes an online, multi-genre literary journal in February, June, and November of each year. Each issue features 8-10 poets, 4-5 prose writers, and 2 in-depth book reviews. At least 30% of the journal is comprised of Pittsburgh writers.
A journal of literary arts.
Coastlines Literary Magazine
Established in 1970, Coastlines proudly publishes the fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, works of translation, graphic narrative, and artwork of Florida Atlantic University students.
Cobalt – Radioactive Lit
Cobalt was founded in the summer of 2011 by University of Baltimore MFA classmates Andrew Keating, Samantha Stanco, Rafe Posey, and Jill Williams. Originally a quarterly online lit-mag, Cobalt quickly expanded to include annual print issues, writing contests, and full-length book publishing under the Cobalt Press imprint.
Published 3-4 times a year and edited by Bruce Covey. Seeking submissions annually between March and September.
A poetry site where you can post your own poems or view those of others as well as chat, forums and featured writers of the month.
A journal of dark literature.
Cold Coffee Stand
Cold Coffee Stand is a place to showcase your craft to the world, to provide answers to the questions posed by contemporary Ireland, to steal from the last generations in an effort to inspire the next. A space to make it new, wrong, broken, and brilliant. To provide a home for every creator finding their voice.
Cold Mountain Review
Our goal as a journal is to shed light on, prompt conversations about, and explore the ramifications of eco- and social-justice issues by sharing work that exemplifies this focus.
Coldfront, founded in 2006, reviews poetry books, reports on poetry and music, and publishes visual poetry.
Collateral is an online literary journal run by people who are directly and indirectly impacted by violent conflict and military service.
The Collidescope aims to publish writing that is subversive in nature, that is art for art’s sake.
Collision Literary Magazine
Founded in 2001, Collision Literary Magazine publishes undergraduate writing and art from all over the world. Collision accepts fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and art, with a particular interest in experimental work that challenges style and structure. It is a student-run publication housed under the English Department at the University of Pittsburgh.
Launched in 1956 (with the first issue featuring work by Langston Hughes, William Carlos Williams, E. E. Cummings, Henry Miller, Bertolt Brecht, and Mark van Doren), Colorado Review is a national literary journal featuring contemporary fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and book reviews.
Columbia Journal was founded in 1977 by students in the Columbia University School of the Arts Graduate Writing program. Since then, we’ve featured work from Nobel laureates and unknowns, National Book Award winners and newcomers.
An online arts and literary magazine that seeks to Ignite the global community through exploration of the arts.
Common Ground Review
A Modern Sense of Place: Stories, Poems, Essays.
Commonline Journal, the
The Commonline Journal publishes accessible literature, criticism and art apropos a common line. Our central project is to approach the problems and experience of the commons through expository writing and criticism, describe and produce catastrophe– a trap set in hope that some reality might stumble into it.
Communion Arts Journal
Communion is an online arts journal seeking original solicited and unsolicited essays/memoir, poetry and short fiction, artwork and music.
CommuterLit.com posts a new short story, novel excerpt or poem each day from Monday to Friday, specially formatted to read on a mobile device (smart phones, iPads, Blackberries). Of course, you can also access the stories and poems from the CommuterLit.com website at any time.
Compassion Anthology, the
The Compassion Anthology includes compassion-based works of visual art, essays, stories, poems and video. We are interested in works about compassion in all its meanings, such as: kindness, courage, healing, forgiveness, mercy, hope, sacrifice, social justice, education, and empathy in human and/or animal interactions as well as environmental conservation (including nature writing) and interfaith dialogue.
Compose: A Journal of Simply Good Writing is a biannual, online publication that features work by both established and emerging writers of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction.
Compulsive Reader, the
Reviews of books by some of the hottest writers working today, exclusive author interviews, literary news and criticism, a free ezine, and lots of giveaways. It's a haven for book lovers.
Concho River Review
Begun by novelist and short-story writer Dr. Terry Dalrymple in 1987, Concho River Review is a biannual literary journal published by the Department of English and Modern Languages at Angelo State University.
Concision Poetry Journal
Concrete Wolf a journal of poetry
concretewolf.com is the website for Concrete Wolf a quarterly print journal of poetry. Site includes submission guidelines, selected poems from the journal, audio of poets reading their work, and chapbook contest information.
Confrontation Literary Magazine
Confrontation Magazine began operation in 1968 with the mission of bringing new talent to light in the shadows cast by well-known authors. Open to all submissions, each issue contains original work by famous and by lesser-known writers.
Conjunctions Bard College’s literary journal Conjunctions publishes innovative fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction by emerging voices and contemporary masters.
Connotation Press: An Online Artifact
Connotation Press: An Online Artifact exists to publish and promote the finest art and artists available, and to provide a place for a wide variety of art to flourish. From the printed to the spoken word, from the auditory to the visual arts, from the tactile to the cerebral our primary purpose is to provide the best possible showcase venue for the arts and artists that we publish, and to do everything in our power to attract and keep the largest audience possible to experience them
Constellate Literary Journal
Constellate Literary Journal is an independent online magazine. We publish a variety of creative mediums including poetry, short fiction and photography.
Construction Literary Magazine
Construction is an online journal that has been publishing poetry, fiction, visual art, interviews and political/social commentary since 2011.
Contemporary American Voices
Contemporary American Voices is a monthly online journal featuring 1-4 poets per issue. We strive to feature some of the best and most compelling poetry being written in America today.
Contemporary Haibun Online
Contemporary Haibun Online is a quarterly journal published in January, April, July and October.
Contemporary Literary Review India
Contemporary Literary Review India (CLRI) is a literary journal in English and publishes a wide variety of creative pieces including research papers, critical essays, stories, poems, book reviews, film reviews, arts and photography of the best quality of the time.
Contemporary Literary Review: India
Contemporary Literary Review: India is the site where you find life in action. It brings in a mix of Life, Arts, Culture, and Literature that can make you a complete man you can proud on.
Contrary® was founded in 2003 at the University of Chicago by students and alumni of Chicago’s Master of Arts Program in the Humanities. It was quickly embraced and has been abundantly nourished by graduates of the Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA in Writing program. It now operates independently and without a thought of profit on the South Side of Chicago and publishes writers from throughout the world.
An online journal of poetry and art.
Conversation Poetry Quarterly
The poet is a philosopher. Conversation celebrates the thoughtful voices of contemporary poetry. All current and back issues are available to download for free, and submissions are always welcome.
Cordite Poetry Review
An Australian and international journal of poetry review and criticism.
The corium is the dense inner layer of skin beneath the epidermis. It includes connective tissue, blood and an elaborate sensory nerve network. What’s going on beneath the surface. Corium publishes stories and poems with substance and connection. Words that touch on nerves and stay.
Cortland Review, the
A FREE online literary magazine in realaudio. Established in 1997, it features such poets as Charles Simic, Robert Pinsky, Henry Taylor, Mark Doty, Robert Creeley, Mark Jarman, Lloyd Schwartz, Neal Bowers, R.T. Smith, Gregory Djanikian, John Kinsella, and several others. All poetry and most fiction appears in real audio format. TCR releases issues quarterly in the months of February, May, August, and November. It also publishes monthly features.
Graduate Program in Creative Writing’s literary journal.
Counter Example Poetics
Counterexample Poetics is an assemblage of specialized artists and their artistry of natural inclination. As the name communicates, we serve as a refutation to a generalized, singular representational definition of what poetics, photography and artwork currently demonstrates on the mainstream spectrum.
COUNTERCLOCK is a not-for-profit, award-winning arts organization dedicated to healing, destigmatizing, and empowering. We publish a quarterly arts magazine and host an interdisciplinary arts fellowship.
Couplet Poetry is a literary journal, published twice yearly, dedicated to publishing two poems (a couplet) by one author that rhyme (thematically or sonically), pair, complement, juxtapose, hold hands, translate or otherwise couple with one another.
Courtship of Winds, the
The Courtship of Winds publishes poetry, fiction, short dramatic pieces, essays, photography, art, and short pieces of music.
Home of the web zine CPJournal
COVID Tales Journal
An online literary journal that explores the rich interiority of our shared shelter-in-place experience.
Crab Creek Review
Seattle-based Crab Creek Review is the little magazine with a big heart. Founded in 1983, this woman-run journal publishes new voices, as well as emerging and established writers.
Crab Fat Magazine
Crab Fat Magazine is founded on the principles of inclusive & diverse writing/publishing. This means we actively seek work from marginalized people.
Crack the Spine – Literary Magazine
Literary Magazine – Poetry, Art, Short Stories, Fiction, Creative Non-Fiction.
Crazyhorse has been publishing the best established and emerging writers for over 50 years.
Creation – A Poetic Celebration
Quarterly e-zine dedicated to the Creator and nature and/or uses them as metaphor.
Creative Writing at Leicester
Creative Writing at Leicester is a blog featuring poetry, fiction, non-fiction and articles about writing, literature and literary events. It is hosted by the Centre for New Writing at the University of Leicester, and edited by Jonathan Taylor, Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing and director of the MA in Creative Writing.
At Creative-Poems.com you can add your own poems and read other people's poems. You can rate and comment on everyone's poems. It's a wonderful site, if you want to share your creative writing. You will find many different types of poems. Sign up and enjoy, it's all free.
Creatrix poetry journal is an initiative of WA Poets Inc. The first issue was published in June 2008. Creatrix is published in March, June, September and December of each year. Our intention is to publish good quality, well-crafted poetry and haiku.
Creekwalker was launched in 1998 as a forum for poets and essayists working with themes centered around nature. Our initial vision encompassed a desire to feature the work of unpublished poets. While we've broadened our scope to include the work of veteran authors, we remain an advocate of the emerging poet and writer.
The Cresset, a journal of commentary on literature, the arts, and public affairs, explores ideas and trends in contemporary culture from a perspective grounded in the Lutheran tradition of scholarship, freedom, and faith while informed by the wisdom of the broader Christian community.
Cricket Online Review
Cricket Online Review e-publishes high quality literature attuned to life’s continuum. Intent on presenting the kinetic world at motion through innovative story, powerful language, and progressive structure, COR exposes new and established writers, experimental and formal.
Crisis Chronicles Cyber Litmag
This is an archive of posts from the daily Crisis Chronicles Cyber Litmag that Cleveland poet John Burroughs created and curated between June 2008 and June 2014.
CrossConnect's mission has always been to promote the works of artists byproviding a viable outlet to reach their audience. With most literary magazines, the pages themselves, housed by its covers promotes a sense of artistic community. Unfortunately print wasn't always an option, but with the wonders of the world wide web, we were able to reach a broader range of readers and expand the audience for literary works.
Cultural Weekly is a place to talk about our creative culture with passion, perspective and analysis – and more words than “thumbs up” or “thumbs down.” Our mission is to draw attention to our cultural environment, illuminate it, and make it better through rich conversations. We look at culture through the different lenses of media, money, technology and entertainment, always with prime focus on creativity in action.
CUMULUS is an experimental poetry journal.
Curio is a journal of poetry that explores the world at a micro-level: tiny spaces, instants, individual objects, scraps of dreams and memories, et cetera. While we are as fond as anyone of epic poetry, ballads, political polemics, crowns of love sonnets, and other verse that captures whole oceans of human experience, the intention of this journal is to zoom in and look a bit closer at things.
Curly Mind, the
This blogzine is for quality poetry which takes risks, which pushes at the limits or simply ignores them. It is not for any particular school of poetry such as language poetry, beat poetry, conceptual, flarf, minimalist poetry, etc. It offers a home to any and all of what might be considered to fall under within the scope of avant-garde and/or experimental poetry. Collaborations between artist and poet are welcome as well as short films.
CutBank Literary Magazine
The Literary Journal of the University of Montana.