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.
Gigantic Sequins is print-based and biannual. Our black & white journal is known for its quality writing and its unique design/aesthetic. We accept work from unpublished writers in addition to those who have an already established voice. We enjoy publishing writers who have their hands in various sorts of figurative creative cookie jars. We are interested in cultivating an artistic community over a widespread area through our uniquely designed journal and are known for promoting our past as well as our current contributors' achievements.
Please do not list your previous accomplishments/publications in the cover letter area. Please send us your best work. Please become familiar with our magazine by at least browsing our website's select archived pieces we have there before submitting. Please only send an email inquiry about the status of your submission if four months have passed. Please alert us ASAP if a simultaneous submission has been accepted elsewhere. Please love literature and art and support the small, independent magazines/journals where you want to see you work published.
FishFood Magazine is dedicated to all forms of creative expression and talent.
FishFood Magazine encourages self-expression from daily life through art. Art tends to serve as a coping mechanism from regular shenanigans and obstacles, and FishFood's main goal is to create a community where artists can share their personal meditation through creativity.
FishFood is an irregularly published magazine that features various literary and art pieces. The online platform also serves as a gateway for multimedia artists to become recognized for their music, films, etc.
Please submit poetry that speak to the readers visually more so than lyrically. We also love micro-fiction! Boy do we love micro-fiction.
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.
Founded in 2011, Border Crossing is a literary and arts journal published by the Lake Superior State University Creative Writing Program. Uniquely situated on the border of the United States and Canada, we're committed to publishing the best work submitted by emerging and established writers on both sides of the border and abroad. We're especially interested in writing that crosses boundaries in genre or geography, and voices that aren't often heard in mainstream publications.
Rivet publishes writing that breaks from the mainstream to surprise, challenge, and delight. Each issue brings together poetry, fiction, and nonfiction that test the boundaries of form and content--a surrealist sestina followed by a lyric essay on multiracial identity then a flash fiction set in humanity’s far future--the intersections as intriguing as the works themselves. Rivet writers explore their craft fearlessly and thoughtfully, and our editors are dedicated to providing them with a professional venue for publishing experimental work.
We are interested in: surreal, fabulist, and remix aesthetics; political and controversial topics; hybrid and multimedia things that play well online; literary takes on popular genres; reviews of books/media and interviews of people that would be of interest to our audience. We are not interested in: shock value alone; middle class ennui. Most of all, surprise us with something we’ve never seen before, that moves and reveals. We believe in the author-editor relationship, and we work with each writer to fully realize their vision. If that’s something you are as excited about as we are, then we want to read your work.
We publish work that minimizes, blurs, or exaggerates distinctions between genres and offer a shared space for experimental creative fiction and nonfiction, lyrical fiction, experimental poetry, and multimedia pieces. Small Po[r]tions issues have a print component with a focus on book arts and an online component featuring selections from the print issue along with media work.
Look through what we've published previously (if you can't purchase the print issues, we have representative work from each issue published online) to see the sort of work in which we are interested. We publish experimental poetry, prose, cross/post-genre work, intermedia writing, and multimedia art such as videopoetry and soundwork. If you have any questions about submitting, feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Diode Poetry Journal is looking for poetry that excites and energizes, that uses language that crackles and sparks. We’re looking for poetry from all points on the arc, from formal to experimental (no light verse or erotic poetry, please). Simultaneous submissions are welcomed, but please notify us if they're accepted elsewhere. Diode does not accept previously published work.
1966 is a literary magazine that celebrates research-driven creative nonfiction — prose that turns information into story and facts into art. We are published with the support of Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas and its English Department.
Please include a brief note with your submission that describes the research component of your essay. Please place your name on the first page of your essay and please include page numbers.