Tidal Basin Review (TBR) is an electronic literary journal with a print on demand option that features poetry, prose and visual art from the Washington Metropolitan Area and beyond.
Our vision is to amplify the voice of the human experience through art that is intimate, engaging, and audacious. We seek work that propels the present artistic landscape.
Crazyhorse has been publishing the best established & emerging writers for over 50 years.
General submissions accepted from Sept. 1 to May 31. For guidelines, visit our site.
From Jan. 1 to Jan. 31, we hold the Crazyhorse Prizes. Make your entry online. The winning story, poem, & essay receive $2K & publication.
From July 1 to July 31, we accept entries for Crazyshorts! our annual short-short fiction contest. Submit 1-3 short shorts of up to 500 words each online. Winner receives $1K & publication. 3 runners-up will be announced.
Please read our past issues to gain a sense of what we publish.
We wholeheartedly welcome unsolicited submissions for our annual Nomadic Journal. We also welcome unsolicited book manuscripts of the following genres: children's, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, or adult.
Experiment. Take chances.
We aim to be pluralists in our exploration of things neo-modern. This is not a movement nor is it a pretense to a clear aesthetic criteria as much as a zeitgeist and a de-personalization of the arts. We are like the orphaned children of deposed nobility, walking in the aftermath of their advances and retreats; their hundred visions and revisions.
Read a review issues and look at the themes. We accept from the general slush pile all year long, but we do have particular issues. We do not publish short stories except for flash fiction and micro-fiction or cross-genre narratives
Solstice is committed to publishing works by diverse authors, and writers-on-the margins. We are a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit.
Please go to www.solsticelitmag.org for submission guidelines and do read the magazine. We have a Blog for which we accept guest submissions, also book reviews and interviews. We are a Best of the Net award- winning mag.
Wordgathering provides a venue for those whose talent in writing poetry converges with an interest in the growing field of disabilities literature. We seek writing that counters stereotypes of disabilities. In addition to poetry, we publish books reviews, literary essays, fiction, drama and art related to disability.
We do not use "inspirational" work or stories of overcoming. We seek poetry, fiction and literary essays that make a genuine contribution to the field of disability literature. We appreciate poetry that provides fresh insights about what a disabilities perspective can provide and avoids clichés. Please read sample poetry before submitting. We discourage submissions by pdf file or other formats that can not be interpreted by a screen reader. Audio files will be requested or created for poems accepted. We do review books.
Yalobusha 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. We believe the reading experience should be a kinetic one, and to that end, we favor art that has its own source of energy, drawn from tonal individuality, linguistic texture, and above all, a sense of exploration.
We accept simultaneous submissions. Please familiarize yourself with our aesthetic before submitting.
A magazine of literature, art, and new media published by the Master of Arts in Writing program at Rowan University.
Please read past issue for a sense of aesthetic and follow submission guidelines carefully.
pioneertown is an online literary journal publishing both traditional and genre-bending work. Named after an old western movie town in the southern California desert, pioneertown aims to establish a collection of work new and needed on the literary scene.