Were-Traveler, the The Were Traveler is an online webzine dedicated to really short fiction. When I say really short fiction, I mean REALLY short. Drabbles and micro-fic mostly, with the occasional flash piece or short story (up to 2ooo words) thrown in whenever I have time to read longer pieces.
West Texas Literary Review West Texas Literary Review is a national print literary journal, founded in 2016, that showcases the work of writers and photographers across the United States and the world.
Whale Road Review Whale Road Review publishes poetry, flash fiction, and micro essays that don’t demand too much time up front, but somehow leave readers changed.
What Are Birds? What Are Birds is an online literary journal founded in 2018. We publish poetry, prose, hybrid works, short fiction and creative nonfiction, and art.
Whimperbang Whimpering is an online literary journal published 3 times a year. Founded 2003.
Whirlwind Magazine Whirlwind Magazine is a print and online quarterly literature/art journal focusing on social justice.
Whiskey Island Whiskey Island is a nonprofit literary magazine that has been published in one form or another by the students of Cleveland State University for over 30 years. It is named for the island-turned-peninsula found at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland, Ohio. In addition to having a distillery built upon it in 1836, Whiskey Island-turned-peninsula has played the role of: dump, US Coast Guard Station, ship graveyard, and predominantly-Irish-immigrant shanty town.
Whisper Online poetry publication.Whispering verse into the ears of humanity.
Whistling Fire, the The Whistling Fire is an open forum where fresh voices can share creative works in progress.
Whistling Shade Whistling Shade is a literary journal and small press located in St. Paul, MN. We take a populist approach to literature and our audience is the general reading public.
White Whale Review Published biannually, White Whale Review is an online literary magazine devoted to the single-minded pursuit of that which eludes easy capture: "beauty"; "truth"; the fictions that window or curtain each.
Wicked Alice Wicked Alice is a women-centered poetry journal, dedicated to publishing quality work, by both sexes, depicting and exploring the female experience. New issues are published twice a year, typically in Spring and Fall.
Wild Greens Wild Greens is a monthly online mixed-media magazine that publishes art, hand mades, poetry, essays, short fiction, music, and more.
Wild Orphan Ezine Wild Orphan is a literary e-zine for those writers who don’t accept the mainstream, whose work is abstract, left-field, non-linear, absurd.
Wild Poetry Forum The Wild Poetry Forum welcomes writers one and all, from age 13 to ???, and encourages you to post your work on our message boards. There are now 9 message boards on the forum, one for each of the Muses of antiquity. Therefore, each board has it's own theme, appropriate for each muse. Before you post, however, we encourage you to read the rules. This is very important so we all know what is considered acceptable and what isn't. In order to maintain some semblance of order, every community needs rules; make no mistake about it, this IS a community, and we intend to keep it a friendly one. 🙂
Wild Violet The goal of Wild Violet, an online literary magazine, is to bridge the gap between academia and pop culture, bringing the arts to the mainstream, to make a place for the arts.
Wild Word, the We are an online arts/culture/politics magazine that loves creative people. We are a forum for people with passion to showcase their work, to get their voices heard, to collaborate, to experiment, to create. We welcome submissions from writers, artists, photographers, painters, musicians, or for anyone with something to say, for all aspects of the magazine.
Wildness An online literary journal of poetry, fiction and non-fiction.
Willawaw Journal Willawaw Journal is an online magazine for poetry and art, published three times a year–Fall, Winter, and Spring. Each issue features the poem prompt of a northwest poet laureate with a model response from the editor who may also promote a theme.
Willow Springs Since 1977 Willow Springs has published the finest in contemporary fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, as well as interviews with notable authors including Marilynne Robinson, Stuart Dybek, Aimee Bender, Robert Wrigley, Joyce Carol Oates, Yusef Komunyakaa, and Kim Addonizio, to name a few.
Willows Wept Review Founded online by Molly Gaudry in 2008, Willows Wept Review is a literary journal that publishes writing that explores, celebrates, interrogates, and/or problematizes the relationship between human beings and the natural world.
Winamop Winamop was conceived on a whim, is run on a shoestring, ignored by the many, loved by the few and has continued unabashed since 2003.
Wizards Of The Wind And Other Strange Places Wizards Of The Wind, an online poetry ezine, editor Michael Lee Johnson, author of The Lost American: From Exile to Freedom, is accepting submissions from writers. I am looking for poetry, free verse, Japanese forms, and metric (but not contrived form); very small flash fiction, and small non-fiction articles that reflect a sincere cause or issue. Art work also appreciated.
Wolff Poetry Literary Magazine Founded in 2018 by Linda J. Wolff, WolffPoetry.com opened to the public on October 22, 2018, Wolff Poetry | A Go-To Literary Magazine. The micro-press seeks to publish two chapbooks a year, consisting of 150 poems, and feature one or two poets daily.
Word Busker The premise is simple. Writers, like other people who put effort into things, like to get paid for things that they spent hours of their lives on. I know I’ve just smashed your romantic vision to bits, but sentimentality can only survive on ramen noodles for so long. If you are a reader: Read the story and if you like it, make a contribution to the writer. The amount is left to your discretion. If you are a writer: you are invited to submit your work.
Word Riot Word Riot publishes the forceful voices of up-and-coming writers and poets. We like edgy. We like challenging. We like unique voices. Word Riot first opened shop in March 2002 as the literary section of a now defunct on-line music magazine, Communication Breakdown. Each month we provide readers with book reviews, author interviews, and, most importantly, writing from some of the best and brightest making waves on the literary scene.
WordCity Literary Journal WordCity is a multi-genre, global online literary journal that publishes every other month. We accept flash and short fiction, memoir, essays, book excerpts, poetry and book reviews. In house, we also produce a podcast, as well as features on writing news and advice. This journal is founded on the values of promoting the literary arts, on diversity, dialogue, acceptance and cultural exchange.
Wordpeace A literary journal to promote peace and justice.
Wordpool Press Wordpool Press is a publisher of fiction and nonfiction books in both print and electronic form. We also publish short stories, poetry, and artwork in our online literary journal titled Digital Papercut. Wordpool Press aims to help talented new writers build their publishing history.
Words Dance – a hot-blooded storybook of the mind's eye. A quarterly online journal that publishes poetry, prose and art. Watch for themes on the guidelines page, also please follow the guidelines. Thank you.
Words Without Borders Words without Borders opens doors to international exchange through translation, publication, and promotion of the best international literature.
Words, Pauses, Noises We are individual writers connected through Kingston University.This is our showcase of creative endeavours, publishing a varied selection of prose, poetry, experimental works, and things which defy classifications altogether.
Wordweavers India Wordweavers Contest is a literary magazine based in India. Participate in our national annual writing contests. We welcome writers to share their poetry, flash fiction and short stories.
Work Literary Magazine WORK is dedicated to celebrating the daily grind: white collar, blue collar, pink collar, sex work, food service, freelancing and more.
Work Literary Magazine Work seeks to publish the best writing, thought and information about work, or lack thereof, while providing a forum for readership to connect and respond. WORK is dedicated to celebrating the daily grind: white collar, blue collar, pink collar, sex work, food service, freelancing and more.
Work to a Calm Work to a calm is a confessional poetry zine that wants powerful emotion, deep longing or heartfelt frustration. What it doesn’t want is anything torn from your diary or blog.
Woven Tale Press, The The Woven Tale Press exhibits monthly the literary, artful, and innovative. The WTP mission is to grow Web traffic to noteworthy writers, photographers, and artists, both emerging and established.
Writers Beat Publication, Workshops, Critiques, book features, featured poet
Writers of the Rio Grande A mission at Writers of the Rio Grande is to elucidate to the world the voices of the people of the Rio Grande Valley and the border from Tamaulipas/ Texas to Arizona/ Sonora to Baja/California.
Writing at The Beach Hut An online platform for coastal themed contemporary poetry, flash fiction & short stories. Celebrating nature, writing & its therapeutic benefits.
Writing Disorder, the A quarterly literary journal that publishes new works of fiction, poetry, nonfiction and art. We also feature interviews and reviews.
Writing Forum, the Each member poet has their own web pages featuring some of the best graphic designers of today. We always welcome new members whether you're a beginner or have been writing for a long time. Please visit us.
Writing the Land Writing the Land is a collaborative project between local land trusts and artists to help raise awareness for the preservation of land, ecosystems, and biodiversity
Writing Tomorrow – Shaping Tomorrow With Our Pens Writers are the architect of the future. Our reflections on the past foreshadow the years to come; our fantasies of the future become the foundation of new ideas; our foray into relationships adds to the understanding of humankind. Not only do we write tomorrow, but we right tomorrow.
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Written River Written River is a literary journal published by Hiraeth Press which focuses on poetry and non-fiction prose exploring nature and our relationship to it.
X-Ray Book Co. X-Ray Book Co. publisher of fine limited editions including X-Ray magazine and various broadsides, chapbooks & ephemera. Contributors have included Charles Bukowski, Hunter S. Thompson, Billy Childish, Allen Ginsberg, Timothy Leary, Hubert Selby Jr., Robt. Williams, Jaime Hernandez, Dan Fante, Wanda Coleman, ruth weiss, Bern Porter, etc .. In the spirit of historic Small Press publishers Loujon Press, Black Sparrow and Wallace Berman's Semina editor Johnny Brewton continues to produce quality limited editions.
Ya'Sou! Online Ya'Sou! Online is a quarterly ezine with a focus on poetry of any style, length and subject matter. We publish beginning as well as seasoned poets. Author retains all rights to their work.
Yale Review, the America’s oldest little magazine. Join a conversation 200 years in the making.
Yalobusha Review alobusha Review is a journal of new writing, founded in 1995 and operated by the graduate writing program at the University of Mississippi. We seek to showcase work that alters or subverts mainstream forms of expression–work that is, in a broad sense, experimental, though that takes many forms.
Yellow Chair Review Yellow Chair Review is a quarterly online Literary Arts Publication. While our main love is poetry, we also accept flash fiction, non-fiction, art and reviews. We’re open to any variation of these forms known and unknown. If you’re not sure what category your work falls into, that’s ok. Maybe you’ve created something new.
Yes, Poetry Yes, Poetry, founded in 2010 by Joanna C. Valente, seeks previously unpublisged poetry, as well as interviews and reviews.
Ygdrasil, A Journal of the Poetic Arts Dedicated to providing the best in modern international poetry and literature. Founded in 1993, Ygdrasil is the oldest continuous literary journal active on the internet.
Young Authors Writing Club YAWC is a writing club for kids ages 5-18; by kids ages 5-18. There, you can get your writings commented on/critiqued, get a job, make new friends, enter contests, participate in several club activities, and much more!
Your Daily Poem This site exists for one purpose only: to help dispel the ugly myth that poetry is boring. Granted, a lot of poetry is boring, but you won’t find it here. At Your Daily Poem, you’ll find poetry that is touching, funny, provocative, inspiring, and surprising. It may punch you in the gut, it may bring tears to your eyes, it may make you laugh out loud, but it most assuredly will not bore you.
Your One Phone Call ‘Your One Phone Call’ is a literary zine based in Wales. Poetry with knife edge.
ZO Magazine ZO Magazine is a unique multimedia project — organically comprised of an international convergence of artists, musicians, poets and creative souls.
Zombie Logic Review An avant garde poetry journal looking for dadaist, Outlaw, and Outsider poetry.
Zone 3 Press Zone 3 is a book publisher and nationally distributed literary journal published twice a year by the APSU Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts. The editors welcome submissions of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction from both established and emerging writers.
ZOUCH Magazine An underground literature, arts and society rag with an old school Victorian edge.
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.