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Literary Magazines

Connect your poems, stories, essays, and reviews to the right audiences by researching over eight hundred literary magazines in our database. Here, you’ll find editorial policies, submission guidelines, contact information—everything you need to direct your work to the publications most amenable to your vision.

Journal Genres Published Accepts Electronic Submissions? Accepts Simultaneous Submissions? Reading Period Format
Phantom Drift: A Journal of New Fabulism

Phantom Drift is one of the few literary journals in the United States focused on fabulist writing. We aim to nurture the literature of fabulism, the fantastic, and the surreal by publishing an appealing, top-quality perfectbound literary journal featuring only the best of fiction and poetry from the U.S. and abroad. Our support for writers takes the form of not only providing a showcase for their works, but offering payment, a practice that both assures us the best of writers' work and supports literature as a whole.

Poetry, Fiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Mar 31
Print
Cash
Cross-genre, Literary Fiction, Prose Poetry
Phantom Kangaroo

Phantom Kangaroo is published on the 13th of every third month and features 13 poems by 13 poets.

Poetry Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
No payment
Phantom Limb

Phantom Limb is an independent online poetry journal. We do not adhere to any particular aesthetic but seek quality writing that is not afraid to take risks. We publish work from emerging and established poets, and also publish reviews of poetry collections (query first). See website for full guidelines.

Poetry Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
E-publication
No payment
Phantom Seed: a magazine of California desert poetry & prose

Be experimental, be fresh, be original and tell us about the California desert - in word, place, thought, metaphor, of "desert" in poetry and prose; non-fiction and news articles and interviews about the region also welcome.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Print
Contributor copies only
Autobiography/Memoir, Cross-genre, Experimental, Feminist, Flash Fiction, Graphic/Illustrated, Healing/Health, Historical, Humor, Journalism/Investigative Reporting, LGBT, Literary Fiction, Love, Micro-poetry, Narrative Nonfiction, Nature/Environmental, Political, Pop Culture, Prose Poetry, Regional, Religious/Spiritual
phati’tude Literary Magazine

phati'tude Literary Magazine offers a wide collection of works that consist of poetry, prose, short stories, articles, interview and essays, along with literary criticism, book reviews and biographical profiles by established and emerging artists, poets and writers with an emphasis on writers of Native American, African, Hispanic/Latino and Asian descent. Published quarterly on POD and Amazon Kindle. phati'tude is on hiatus and will return Fall 2013 as a biannual publication.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Print
Contributor copies only
Cross-genre, Experimental, Flash Fiction, Graphic/Illustrated, Historical, Humor, Journalism/Investigative Reporting, LGBT, Literary Fiction, Narrative Nonfiction, Nature/Environmental, Political, Pop Culture, Prose Poetry, Regional
Phoebe

Phoebe prides itself on supporting up-and-coming writers, whose style, form, voice, and subject matter demonstrate a vigorous appeal to the senses, intellect, and emotions of our readers. We choose our writers because we believe their work succeeds at its goals, whether its goals are to uphold or challenge literary tradition.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Aug 15 - Apr 15
Web
Print
Contributor copies only
phren-Z

phren-Z is a quarterly online magazine celebrating the community of Santa Cruz writers. We are interested in seeing your best work: surprise us, delight us, make us shed a tear. We accept and read submissions year-round from all adult (18 and over) writers from Santa Cruz County, both published and emerging. phren-Z accepts previously published work, as long as you hold the copyright. Simultaneous submissions are accepted: just let us know as soon as possible if a piece we are considering has been accepted elsewhere.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
No payment
Autobiography/Memoir, Flash Fiction, Humor, Literary Fiction, Narrative Nonfiction, Prose Poetry
pilvax6cover.jpgPilvax Magazine

must have primary or tangential relevance to central/eastern europe

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
Print
Contributor copies only
Regional
The Pinch Journal

The Pinch is a nationally recognized literary journal published by the University of Memphis. Our name is derived from the historic Pinch District in Memphis. By referencing one of Memphis’ first communities, we aim to reflect the heart of our city’s history and the soul of our creative approach as we publish diverse voices that speak from the periphery, as well as the center, of contemporary written and artistic expression. We publish fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and visual art, and receive submissions from both established and emerging writers from all over the world.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Aug 15 - Mar 15
Web
E-publication
Print
Audio
Video
Contributor copies only
Pinwheel

Pinwheel is a triannual poetry journal. Our issues include poets at various stages of their writing careers, and we refuse to subscribe to one creative aesthetic over another. We want poems that can throw and take a punch.

Poetry Yes Yes May 1 - May 31
Web
E-publication
Pinyon

We appreciate a strong voice and clear vision. We seach for emerging as well as established writers.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
No Yes Aug 1 - Dec 1
Pismire

Pismire is an audio poetry journal. Pismire publishes poems that reach their telos when read aloud, poems that demand to be read aloud, poems that require their poets. Pismire wants to fill a niche in contemporary poetry: it wants to exhibit poems that--without the auditory experience--other journals might overlook.

Poetry Yes No Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
Audio
No payment
Experimental
Plath Profiles

Plath Profiles is an international, interdisciplinary journal of studies on Sylvia Plath.  Peer-reviewed.  International Board of Directors, Plath scholars.  We accept essays, book reviews, notes, teacher-reactions, poetry, memoirs, student essays, responses, art and photography.

Poetry Yes Yes Jan 1 - Apr 1
E-publication
No payment
Platte Valley Review

Platte Valley Review is a juried journal of the University of Nebraska at Kearney. 

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 15 - Feb 15
Web
E-publication
Print
Audio
Video
Contributor copies only
Cross-genre
Pleiades

Pleiades: A Journal of New Writing (& Reviews) publishes the best poetry, fiction, and essays that come across our desk. In addition, the Pleiades Book Review, which comprises 100-150 pages of the magazine, prints detailed book reviews of recent small-press poetry and fiction.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Aug 15 - May 15
Print
Contributor copies only
Experimental, Flash Fiction, Literary Fiction, Narrative Nonfiction, Prose Poetry
Ploughshares

Ploughshares is a journal of new writing, and two out of three issues per year are guest-edited by prominent writers who explore different personal visions, aesthetics, and literary circles, with each year's Winter issue staff-edited. 50% of each issue is directly solicited by the guest editor, and the remaining 50% is selected from unsolicited manuscripts. Ploughshares Solos, a series launched in 2012, digitally publishes long stories and novella length work as standalone singles. The series is staff edited. See submission guidelines for details.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jun 1 - Jan 15
Web
E-publication
Print
Cash
Autobiography/Memoir, Flash Fiction, Literary Fiction, Narrative Nonfiction, Prose Poetry, Translation
Plume

A provisional indication of our tastes – “what we are looking for” — may be inferred from the quoted passages (which will change often):  a sense of the uncanny, foremost, and of the fineness of language, the huge absences to which it points and partakes of, and the urgency and permanence of its state of departure — the coattails forever –just now—disappearing around the corner.

Poetry Yes Yes
Web
Print
No payment
Poecology

Poecology is an online literary journal for contemporary writing about place, ecology, and the environment. We publish poetry, fiction, and nonfiction that meditates human responses to ecological and place-based themes from various perspectives and aesthetics, pushing boundaries and experimenting whenever possible. Published work that focuses on place will also be featured on the Literary Locator at www.litlocator.org.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Sep 1 - Jun 1
Web
No payment
Nature/Environmental
Poemeleon: A Journal of Poetry

Each issue focuses on a specific kind of poetry. Check the guidelines to view our current call for submisions.

Poetry Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
No payment
POESY

Poesy is based in Santa Cruz with a Boston editor, Doug Holder, covering the Boston area. We publish inspirational poetry, reviews, interviews, articles, readings, and whatever fits best. Poesy is published seasonally... with the change of climate comes earthquakes of emotion outlet into poetry.

Poetry Yes No Jan 1 - Dec 31
Poet Lore

Established in 1889, Poet Lore is the oldest continuously published poetry magazine in the United States. Poet Lore publishes semi-annual installments of the finest contemporary poetry both by established writers and those breaking into print.

Poetry No Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Print
Contributor copies only
Poetica Magazine, Contemporary Jewish Writing

Contemporary Jewish Writing and Art. We consider poetry, prose, short stories for our print and eEdition.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
E-publication
Print
Contributor copies only
Autobiography/Memoir, Micro-poetry, Prose Poetry, Religious/Spiritual
The Poetry Project Newsletter Poetry No No
Print
Contributor copies only
The Poetry Porch

The Poetry Porch is a magazine on the Internet for poets, teachers, and their students. First appearing online in 1997, it is only published on the Internet (so far). We are interested in original unpublished poems, essays, reviews, memoirs, and fiction, although we might republish work as a special posting for a featured poet. Besides an annual issue, often devoted to a theme, the site also updates on a regular basis the Sonnet Scroll, an unfurling electronic scroll of unpublished traditional and hybrid sonnets.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 15 - Mar 31
Web
Autobiography/Memoir, Literary Fiction, Prose Poetry
POETRY

POETRY embraces the "open-door policy" set forth by founding editor, Harriet Monroe. As she put it, we "desire to print the best English verse which is being written today, regardless of where, by whom, or under what theory of art it is written."

Poetry Yes No Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
Print
Cash
Poetry for the Masses

Poetry for the Masses is a public art project started in 2005 to bring poetry out of academia and back to the mainstream. After a three year hiatus, PFTM has resumed publishing online quarterly issues. Every issue features five to six poems from new and established poets. The broadside format is also available to readers so they may print them and placed in public areas where poetry is not usually found in an effort to reach out to those who would normally not read, or even think deeply about, poetry.

Poetry Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
E-publication
No payment
Poetry International

Poetry International is a celebration of poetry on a global scale. Each issue is a unique collection of original works, translations, and reviews, with every issue showcasing the contemporary poetry of one nation. Some recent examples include: Chilean poetry, African women’s poetry, Mexican poetry, and Iraqi poetry. Famous poets recently published include: Jorge Louis Borges, Paul Celan, Rainer Maria Rilke, Marina Tsvetaeva, and Octavio Paz. It is an annual publication of San Diego State University.

Poetry Yes Yes
Print
Contributor copies only
Poetry Kanto

Poetry Kanto offers an in depth look at featured poets from both sides of the cultural and linguistic divide.

Poetry Yes No Dec 1 - Jun 30
Web
No payment
Poetry Northwest

We publish the best in contemporary poetry — exploring the intersection of poetry and the other arts and sciences, enhancing the role that poetry plays in enriching public discourse and maintaining a purposeful quality of life. As the Northwest's oldest literary magazine (established in 1959), we serve as a recognized forum where local, regional, and national writers, artists, and audiences connect. Print values inform our vision of poetry’s durability: poems, visual arts, and cultural commentary are orchestrated to bring printed page to life.

Poetry Yes Yes Sep 15 - Mar 15
Web
Print
Contributor copies only
Poetry Pacific

Poetry Pacific functions to publish and promote 'the Best Contemporary Poetry in English' it can find.

Poetry Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
No payment
Poetry Quarterly

Poetry Quarterly is a poetry journal with a focus on modern poetic style. We accept submissions of all subject matter. The purpose of Poetry Quarterly is to publish great poetry. That’s it. We do not care about the popularity of a poet, or past accomplishments. We are writers who love poetry for the sake of the form and message. Great writers and great poetry go hand in hand. We pledge to only publish what we find most worthy and to give our readers the finest literary composition possible.

Poetry Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
E-publication
Print
Cash
Poetry South

Poetry South is a national journal of poetry published annually by The Yazoo River Press. It considers submissions year round. Submissions received after the deadline will be considered for the following year. No previously published material will be accepted.

Poetry Yes No Jan 1 - Dec 31
Print
Contributor copies only
Poetry Super Highway

The mission of the Poetry Super Highway is to expose as many people to as many other people's poetry as possible. There are no content or style restrictions. We publish a wide variety of styles, form and otherwise. Read past issues for an idea of the range.

Poetry Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
No payment
Micro-poetry, Prose Poetry
Polaris

Polaris publishes in the categories of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and visual art. We want to see the best that the undergraduate student has to offer and showcase the unique voice of the developing and emerging writer.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Sep 1 - Feb 1
Web
E-publication
Print
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Polyphony H.S.: An International Literary Magazine for High School Writers and Editors

Our mission is to create a high-quality literary magazine written, edited, and published by high school students. We strive to build respectful, mutually beneficial, writer-editor relationships that form a community devoted to improving students’ literary skills in the areas of poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction. Every submission receives extensive feedback from our editorial panel. Three annual cash awards for excellence.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jul 1 - Apr 15
Web
Print
Contributor copies only
POPLORISH

POPLORISH is a regional magazine that seeks to publish emerging writers with a connection to the Pacific Northwest region either in content, authorship, or inspiration. We operate under the auspices of our parent company, Old Growth, a literary nonprofit for the Pacific Northwest headquartered in Seattle. Our primary goal is to provide layered storytelling, riveting imagery, and thought-provoking perspective. We strive to publish literature that pushes our buttons and our boundaries, that takes us on fantastic and sometimes tragic voyages, whatever the genre.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
E-publication
No payment
Portland Review

Portland Review has been publishing exceptional local and international writing and art since 1956. Contributors range from the celebrated to the unknown. Editors at Portland Review comb through thousands of submissions annually to produce a journal of exceptional quality. Our mission to promote new authors while maintaining strict editorial standards allows us to bring our readers fresh and innovative works from Oregon and around the world with every issue. Portland Review is published three times a year by the Portland State University Student Publications Board.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
E-publication
Print
Audio
Video
Contributor copies only
Flash Fiction
Posit

Posit publishes finely crafted contemporary poetry, very short fiction, hybrid literary forms, and visual art. We consider submissions year round. We are looking for innovation, aesthetic vision, and accomplished craftsmanship. Our tastes are non-sectarian, with an interest in the experimental.

Poetry, Fiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
Post Road

POST ROAD seeks to publish up and coming writers along with more established names. We publish a wide range of styles, from realist to experimental and everything in between.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes
Web
Print
Cash
Autobiography/Memoir, Commercial Fiction, Cross-genre, Experimental, Flash Fiction, Literary Fiction, Micro-poetry, Narrative Nonfiction, Prose Poetry, Serialized Fiction, Translation
Postcard Poems and Prose

Who are we? Imagine a painter, photographer, novelist, and poet all running willy-nilly and meeting full-speed. That collision is Postcard Poems and Prose. We want you to find prose, poems, and art all in a 4×6 postcard format. We want you to be able to stand and look at that revolving wire rack that’s in every tourist trap on earth. We want you see it from your laptop or handheld device. Just like the postcards of yesteryear, we want you to be able to share that experience with friends. We want it to be quirky and personal. And we want it to be great.

Poetry, Fiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
E-publication
Print
No payment
Flash Fiction
Potluck Mag

Potluck is a space to present a diverse and resonant collection of creative media, narrowing gaps between different forms of art, ideas, and people. In seeking to create a community of artists, writers, and friends, Potluck shares individual pieces to bring larger ideas of identity and culture to the table. We publish original content, not hashtag fodder.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
No payment
Poydras Review

Poydras Review believes that creativity and expression are the foundation of our national culture. We seek outstanding literature with sociocultural integrity. The journal aims to help gifted and emerging authors and artists add their voice to the creative community. We hope to introduce their work to the largest public possible by using a variety of mediums including print, online, and ebooks.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
E-publication
No payment
A Prairie Journal

A Prairie Journal is an online magazine dedicated to providing a creative forum for writers and artists whose work reflects our relationship with the prairie and related landscapes. Submissions of poetry, prose, and artwork are invited.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
No No Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
E-publication
No payment
Prairie Margins

Prairie Margins is an UNDERGRADUATE literary journal, printing work by writers who are verifiably enrolled in undergraduate institutions anywhere in the world. The annual deadline is February 1. Writers may send any time; work received December through February will be responded to quickly.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes
Print
Prairie Schooner

After more than 85 years of continuous publication, we still seek new work from established, mid-career, and beginning prose writers and poets.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes No Sep 1 - May 1
Print
Contributor copies only
Prairie Wolf Press Review

A semi-annual online anthology publishing the new works of both emerging and established literary and visual artists. A prairie wolf breathes, inhaling the positive energy enfolding each of us, exhaling intentionally-shaped howls to mindfully, helpfully balance its world. We embrace the howling animal. Prairie Wolf Press Review values the density of language, the impact of the wisely considered word.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jul 1 - Sep 1
Web
No payment
Cross-genre
Pretty Owl Poetry

Pretty Owl Poetry is a quarterly online journal with big print dreams and its head in the sky. We publish poetry, flash fiction, and art.

Poetry, Fiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
No payment
Autobiography/Memoir, Cross-genre, Erotica, Experimental, Feminist, Flash Fiction, Formal, Historical, Humor, LGBT, Love, Nature/Environmental, Political, Pop Culture, Prose Poetry, Regional, War
Prick of the Spindle

Prick of the Spindle is a literary journal that is open to forms in both traditional and experimental modes, with a special bent toward fresh and innovative voices using language in unique ways.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
E-publication
Print
No payment
Autobiography/Memoir, Cross-genre, Experimental, Flash Fiction, Formal, Graphic/Illustrated, Literary Fiction, Micro-poetry, Narrative Nonfiction, Prose Poetry, War
Primal Urge: A Journal for Diverse Humans
Poetry, Fiction
Yes No
E-publication
Print
Contributor copies only
Cross-genre, Graphic/Illustrated, Journalism/Investigative Reporting, Literary Fiction, Political
Prime Number Magazine

The magazine’s goal is to publish distinctive work, regardless of theme or style.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
Print
Audio
Contributor copies only
PRISM international
Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
E-publication
Print
Cash
Prism Review

Published by the University of La Verne, PRISM REVIEW is an annual journal of well-crafted contemporary poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction from established and emerging writers. Alongside its literary works, PRISM REVIEW also publishes interviews with relevant authors and reviews of contemporary works, giving readers the chance to peer through a variety of lenses at the present and future worlds of literature.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Print
Cash
Literary Fiction
Progenitor Art and Literary Journal

Progenitor Art and Literary Journal showcases student, regional, and national work.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Sep 1 - Feb 16
E-publication
Print
Contributor copies only
the prompt

As writers and instructors of writing, we have all found ourselves with work that came from workshops, random exercises, and desperate attempts to find our voices. Unfortunately, anything that looks too much like it came from an exercise, prompt, or other such “mechanical” source gets relegated by editors to that pile with a sticky note on top that says “too workshoppy.” That is why we created the prompt. The prompt is the place for all levels of writers to have an opportunity to publish, as well as for a community of writers to find new ways to expand creative writing horizons.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
E-publication
No payment
A Public Space

A Public Space seeks writing that uncovers the extraordinary in the everyday, provides a rare glimpse, exposes an unexpected truth, starts a cross-cultural conversation, or puts forth a daring hypothesis. There are no boundaries or stipulations with the exception of requiring authenticity, curiosity, and an honest voice. We suggest that familiarity with the magazine – reading an issue or two – is the best way to gauge whether your work will be a good fit.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Punchnel's

Punchnel’s is a general-interest web magazine written for a smart, discerning audience of adults around the world. We publish continually, with new material appearing every weekday. We don’t have a specific editorial focus. We buy what we like.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
Cash
Pure Francis

Pure Francis publishes original poetry, short fiction, and visual art (images, illustrations, etc) year-round. New work is published every Sunday.

Poetry, Fiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
The Puritan

The Puritan is an online, quarterly publication based in Toronto, Ontario committed to publishing the best in new fiction, poetry, interviews, and reviews. The Puritan seeks, above all, a pioneering literature. Work featured here may push toward the symbolic frontier, challenging limitations and forging into previously unexplored aesthetic territory. But it may also revisit and revitalize traditional forms. The Puritan embraces work wherever it lands on the conceptual spectrum, so long as it is original, intelligent, and engaging.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
Cash
qarrtsiluni

Qarrtsiluni offers electronic delivery of original poetry, prose, and art, organized into regular, themed issues, with a new post every weekday. Themes are chosen by the issue editors, who have sole discretion in deciding what to include.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes
Web
Audio
Cross-genre, Flash Fiction, Micro-poetry, Prose Poetry, Translation
Quarterly West

Quarterly West looks for writing that is: Exciting. Challenging. Risky. Unpredictable. And Different. I could say what different means, but then we might receive a slew of submissions that are all different in the same way. Different will be victim to form—to the “fragment sentence,” “non-linear plot,” and “hybrid genre”. Different will be slave to space, time, story and moment. This does not seem the way to open the door for Different.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Sep 1 - Mar 31
Web
No payment
Experimental, Flash Fiction
QCR08_front_cover.jpgThe Queen City Review

The Queen City Review accepts the work of new and established writers and artists in the areas of poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, photography, sketches, paintings, graphic art, and essays on film, art, literature, and culture. We seek to publish high quality work that ranges broadly in topic and genre.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Dec 1 - Apr 30
Contributor copies only
Quicksilver

Quicksilver encourages quality submissions from emerging and established writers.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Oct 1 - May 1
Quiddity

Our purpose is to publish the best poetry and creative prose from new, emerging, and established writers from around the globe. Our intention is to publish a special themed issue in the fall, and a general interest issue in the spring. We also have a companion public-radio program. International submissions are encouraged.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
The Quotable

The Quotable is a quarterly print and online publication and will accept submissions during the following reading periods: January 1 – March 1 : Spring Issue April 1 – June 1 : Summer Issue July 1 – September 1 : Fall Issue October 1 – December 1 : Winter Issue Unless otherwise noted, each issue will be centered around a theme and a quote.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
E-publication
Print
No payment
r.kv.r.y. quarterly

We look for a story to tell us something universal about the human condition. Just because our theme is "recovery" doesn't mean that all of what we publish is about successful recovery. Often it's not the recovery story that says the most about the process of recovering. We like work that shows heart and depth of character.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
No payment
Autobiography/Memoir, Experimental, Feminist, Flash Fiction, Healing/Health, Humor, LGBT, Literary Fiction, Narrative Nonfiction, Nature/Environmental, Prose Poetry, War
Radar Poetry

A writer-friend of ours once said, "Great poems make everyone sick." We believe the most successful poems keep you up at night and follow you all day. They might even feel unsettling or unnerving. That's because great poems make you question everything you thought you knew. We are looking for work that has that effect on us.

Poetry Yes Yes Oct 1 - Jul 1
Web
E-publication
Audio
Radioactive Moat

Radioactive Moat Press began in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is a nonprofit literary arts organization featuring a bi-annually published electronic journal and a press that specializes in print and electronic chapbooks. Its inaugural publication, Radioactive Moat, was founded in 2009 and concluded in the spring of 2013. In September of 2013, Radioactive Moat was succeeded by new online bi-annual publication called Deluge.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
E-publication
No payment
Radius: Poetry From the Center to the Edge

“Radius” is an online literary journal in blog format dedicated to poetry: How poetry works, how one poem or body of poems connects to another, how poetry exists in the world. We’re big believers that poetry doesn’t exist in a vacuum, and that it has a role to play in life, politics and culture.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes No
Web
No payment
Cross-genre
The Radvocate

We feature stories and artwork of people that acknowledge the state of the world and start there. Read independently, think critically and help us shout to those who would control us: “We are not afraid”. Contact theradvocatemag@gmail.com to get involved.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes No Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
E-publication
Print
Video
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Ragazine.CC

Ragazine is an on-line magazine of art, information and entertainment. It is an eclectic collaboration of artists, writers, poets, photographers, travelers and interested others. Most work is solicited, but we welcome unsolicited contributions for consideration. We look for the highest quality work we can find from both new and established artists, writers, poets, et al. "Nothing is sacred."

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes No Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
No payment
Autobiography/Memoir, Cross-genre, Erotica, Feminist, Flash Fiction, Graphic/Illustrated, Historical, Humor, Journalism/Investigative Reporting, LGBT, Literary Fiction, Narrative Nonfiction
The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society

The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society is an online literary publication featuring works that are unlikely to be published by more mainstream publications. The RP&D Society strives to give representation to new ideas and thoughts, to challenge the reader and to question commonly accepted opinions, values, etiquette and ideas. Within our pages, you may find: works that tackle hot-button issues, works presented in a style that is out of the ordinary, works that present the reader with a question or debate, and works that break mainstream rules within their genre.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
E-publication
Audio
Video
No payment
Experimental, Flash Fiction, Literary Fiction, Micro-poetry, Narrative Nonfiction, Political, Prose Poetry, Religious/Spiritual
TRR.jpgRaintown Review

The Raintown Review is a perfect-bound, semi-annual journal. We have published the works of William Baer, Jared Carter, Annie Finch, Richard Moore, Daniel Hoffman, Molly Peacock, Jennifer Reeser, A.E. Stallings, X.J. Kennedy and many more.

Poetry Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Raleigh Review

Raleigh Review is a national non-profit magazine of poetry, short fiction (including flash), and art. We believe that great literature inspires empathy by allowing us to see the world through the eyes of our neighbors, whether across the street or across the globe. Our mission is to foster the creation and availability of accessible yet provocative contemporary literature. We look for work that is emotionally and intellectually complex without being unnecessarily “difficult.”

Poetry, Fiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Oct 31
Web
Print
Audio
Cash
Raspa Magazine

Raspa Magazine is a response to the paucity of queer Latino literature readily available to readers. It is a biannual queer literary magazine that focuses on the Latino perspective. Raspa intends to showcase the experience of queer Latino artists, thereby providing a better understanding for ourselves as peers and for those outside of our community

Poetry, Fiction
Yes Yes Feb 15 - Sep 15
Print
Contributor copies only
Cross-genre, Experimental, Feminist, Flash Fiction, LGBT, Literary Fiction, Love
Rattapallax

For the past 10 years, Rattapallax magazine has been on the forefront of introducing readers with compelling literature, poetry, films and ideas from around the world. Timeout magazine has called the literary journal “the visceral, multimedia hit of poetry.” Rattapallax, edited by Flávia Rocha, is a FREE APP issue for iPad — the natural path to a magazine that has been always committed to literature in various forms, medias and languages.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes No Jan 1 - Dec 31
E-publication
Audio
Video
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Flash Fiction, Graphic/Illustrated, Literary Fiction, Pop Culture, Prose Poetry, Translation
Rattle

RATTLE is pretty simple: We love poetry and feel that it's something everyone can enjoy. We look for poems that are accessible, that have heart, that have something to say. And then we publish them. Poetry should make you laugh or cry; it should enlighten and entertain.

Poetry Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
E-publication
Print
Audio
Cash
Experimental, Formal, Humor, Love, Micro-poetry, Political, Prose Poetry
Raven Chronicles

Raven publishes and promotes work that reflects cultural diversity in the Pacific Northwest and other regions. We seek uncommon poetry, fiction, essays, reviews, b/w art and interviews.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
No No Feb 1 - Apr 15
Web
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Cross-genre, Experimental, Flash Fiction, Graphic/Illustrated, Literary Fiction, Narrative Nonfiction, Nature/Environmental, Regional
Rawboned

Distilled. Succinct. Terse. Cut the fat–give us the marrow of your story. Rawboned publishes nonfiction shorts, flash fiction, poetry, and hybrids up to 750 words. Unsolicited submissions are rolling for the monthly online magazine. Biannual contests for 500 word essays and flash fiction.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
Print
Cash
Autobiography/Memoir, Cross-genre, Experimental, Flash Fiction, Micro-poetry, Narrative Nonfiction, Prose Poetry
Ray's Road Review

Ray's Road Review's goal is simply to publish stellar works of art, regardless of medium. Currently we publish poetry, fiction, nonfiction and photography. We produce quarterly issues, but read and occasionally publish on a rolling basis.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes No Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
No payment
Literary Fiction
The Red Branch Journal

RED BRANCH is a celebration of honest and imaginative artistic expression. It was founded with the intention of fostering an intimate dialogue between artist and editor and providing publishing opportunities for artists at any stage in their careers. A literary biannual, Red Branch publishes original fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, and plays for both screen and stage.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
Print
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Red Booth Review

We publish poetry, photos, and artwork. Online submissions only.

Poetry Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
Print
No payment
Autobiography/Memoir, Cross-genre, Healing/Health, Micro-poetry, Pop Culture, Prose Poetry, War
The Red Clay Review

We are looking for the best graduate level writers in the country. If you are in a masters/PHD program in any concentration, please submit your work!

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
No No Nov 1 - Jan 15
Red Cedar Review

In a world that is reading less and less, the Red Cedar Review is consistently committed to putting out a quality journal filled with well-crafted stories, essays, poems, and photography by well-known and emerging authors. Submissions are only open to undergraduate students currently-enrolled in a university in the United States.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes No Apr 2 - Jul 2
Red Fez Publications

We obey no genre and take anything from limericks to fantasy to genres yet invented. Our key desires are originality, accessibility and quality. We like work with a point, something to say or some sort of inner majic that gives greater meaning to the pretty words and thrilling plots. That said, we're not really sure what we’re looking for until we've seen it, so give us a try. Published online monthly, Red Fez Publications features poetry and prose outside of the narrow, academic stream. Red Fez is committed to bringing light to underground and under-recognized writers and writing.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes No Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
No payment
Autobiography/Memoir, Commercial Fiction, Cross-genre, Erotica, Experimental, Feminist, Flash Fiction, Formal, Graphic/Illustrated, Humor, LGBT, Literary Fiction, Love, Micro-poetry, Narrative Nonfiction, Nature/Environmental, Political, Pop Culture, Prose Poetry, Regional, Religious/Spiritual, Serialized Fiction, War
RED OCHRE LiT and/or BLACK&WHITE

RED OCHRE PRESS publishes RED OCHRE LiT and BLACK&WHITE quarterly. We also present a number of special publications throughout the year, including ROLiT NEWS, our newsletter, as well as relief-aid projects (e.g. the CATEGORY 2 series), themed collections, chapbooks, anthologies, etc. We typically showcase the work of experienced authors, however, emerging writers are encourage to submit their works. All our works are printed.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Print
No payment
Red Savina Review

How does one judge authenticity in the literary arts? Intuition. And, if Heidegger was correct in his assumption that language is the house of Being, intuition, not logic, is the impetus of art and authenticity. Before we can come to either, it seems, we must purge those definitions attached to us like artificial appendages in public school, through mass media, in the university. The purpose of Red Savina Review is to record the writer’s struggle to wrest themselves from the bizarre marketplace of modernity in the quest to claim authenticity and thereby take a stand on Being.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
E-publication
Audio
Video
Experimental, Flash Fiction, Formal, Humor, Literary Fiction, Nature/Environmental, Prose Poetry, Regional
Red Sky: A Literary Journal

Red Sky Journal is committed to publishing established and up-and-coming writers and artists. Established in 2010 by LA based poet, Zoe Etkin, and graphic designer, Amanda Gartman, Red Sky’s mission has always been to showcase excellent writing in a beautifully designed package. Red Sky represents a wide range of styles and forms, encouraging the experimental and the well-wrought. Find our print issues in bookstores and art spaces throughout Los Angeles, Santa Fe, and Memphis.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes
Web
E-publication
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Autobiography/Memoir, Cross-genre, Experimental, Feminist, Graphic/Illustrated, Humor, LGBT, Literary Fiction, Micro-poetry, Narrative Nonfiction, Prose Poetry
Redactions: Poetry, Poetics, & Prose

A national, print literary journal devoted to poetry, poetics, and prose.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Print
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Redheaded Stepchild

The Redheaded Stepchild only accepts poems that have been rejected by other magazines. We publish biannually, and we accept submissions in the months of August and February only. We do not accept previously published work. We do, however, accept simultaneous submissions, but please inform us immediately if your work is accepted somewhere else. We are open to a wide variety of poetry and hold no allegiance to any particular style or school.

Poetry Yes Yes Aug 1 - Feb 1
Web
No payment
Redivider

Formerly the Beacon Street Review, now in its 11th year as Redivider, we publish quality, often quirky and edgy work in all genres. Each issue includes approximately 40-50 pages of fiction, 20-25 pages poetry, 25-30 pages of nonfiction and 8-12 pieces of visual art. Redivider is now available in both print and eBook format. Certain pieces may also be published online (with author's permission).

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
E-publication
Print
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Autobiography/Memoir, Cross-genre, Experimental, Feminist, Flash Fiction, Formal, Healing/Health, Historical, Humor, LGBT, Literary Fiction, Love, Narrative Nonfiction, Nature/Environmental, Political, Pop Culture, Prose Poetry, Religious/Spiritual, Translation, War
Reed Magazine

Reed Magazine is one of the oldest student-run literary journals west of the Mississippi. We publish outstanding poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and art as a service to the South Bay literary community.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jun 1 - Nov 1
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Referential Magazine

Celebrating the interconnectedness of the written word.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
No payment
Relief: A Christian Literary Expression

Our goal is to embrace real, gritty, painful, wonderful, this-side-of-heaven life. Too many Christian publications opt for clichés and placating expressions of the ideal. Relief seeks to bridge the gap between mainstream publishing and cotton-candy Christianity.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
E-publication
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Autobiography/Memoir, Cross-genre, Flash Fiction, Formal, Graphic/Illustrated, Literary Fiction, Narrative Nonfiction, Prose Poetry, Religious/Spiritual
Remarkable Doorways Online Literary Magazine

At Remarkable Doorways, we seek to publish any doorway you’ve created into another world, a character’s mind, or anything else remarkable. This includes prose, poetry, screenplays, art, comics, film, a mix of the six and anything in-between or beyond. We lean towards the literary, but we also love the weird. Give us character study, words we’ve never heard before, people with cat-faces, cats with people-faces, offbeat heartbreak, and the genuine juxtaposed with the insane. Open up a doorway for us, and we'll open one for you.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
No payment
Autobiography/Memoir, Cross-genre, Experimental, Flash Fiction, Graphic/Illustrated, Humor, Literary Fiction, Micro-poetry, Narrative Nonfiction, Pop Culture, Prose Poetry, Serialized Fiction
Reunion: The Dallas Review

For over two decades, Reunion: The Dallas Review has been dedicated to finding and publishing exceptional examples of short fiction, drama, visual art, poetry, translation work, non-fiction, and interviews. Our mission remains cultivating the arts community in Dallas, Texas, and promoting the work of talented writers and artists both locally and across the globe.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Sep 15 - Dec 14
Web
Print
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Cross-genre
Reverie: Midwest African American Literature

Literary works by African American writers with ties to the American Midwest.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes No Jan 1 - Dec 15
Web
E-publication
Cash
Revolver

We aim to publish writing that is concrete and resonant. Send us your clear-eyed risks.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
E-publication
Print
RHINO

Eclectic annual journal of more than 30 years seeks poetry, flash fiction (750 words max), and poetry-in-translation, that experiments, provokes, compels, sings. We seek poetry from the United States and around the world. More than 100 poets showcased. All general submissions considered for the Editors' Prize. All Founders' Prize entries (Sept. 1 - Oct. 31) are considered for publication. For information, including submission guidelines, translation initiative and Founders' Prize, visit the website.

Poetry Yes Yes Apr 1 - Oct 31
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Flash Fiction
Right Hand Pointing

We publish short poetry (under 16 lines), flash fiction (under 500 words), and art. "Short work for smart people with short attention spans."

Poetry, Fiction
Yes Yes Jan 1 - Dec 31
Web
No payment
Flash Fiction, Micro-poetry, Prose Poetry
Riprap Journal

Riprap highlights new and emerging writers from across the country as well as enlightening interviews of award winning, published writers who are featured in the CSULB English Department’s Visiting Writers Series. The journal offers a humble invitation to talented and aspiring writers of all genres and is open to everyone. Specifically, Riprap publishes short fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry. The journal is especially interested in work that is innovative, forward-thinking, and as entertaining as it is thought-provoking.

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Yes Yes Sep 1 - Dec 1
E-publication
Print
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Flash Fiction
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