GWM is a literary magazine in the form of a podcast aimed at giving the written word a voice. We like the immediate connection the listener can have with the art hearing it directly from the artist. Subscribe in iTunes or Stitcher to have issues downloaded automatically to your phone or computer.
We want great work. That's it. But also, read the guidelines. Please.
Established in 2011, our goal will always be to give light to the voices that are normally hidden from the literary magazine scene. We're mostly dedicated works of art that step way from the norm; that jump into the strange, unique, and unexpected. Five 2 One Magazine thrives on the works by our contributors who could be seen as the freaks, weirdoes, black sheep, and free thinkers of society. We're very much looking forward to reading your work.
Please follow our guidelines exactly as they are.
The Wax Paper is a broadsheet publication open to all forms of written word, imagery and collected conversation. The first priority of the Wax Paper is to expand our understanding of the people we share the world with, and in doing so, expand our understanding of ourselves. Pieces will be selected on their ability to illuminate the humanity and significance of the subjects that inhabit the work. The Wax Paper is inspired by the life of Louis “Studs” Terkel.
Please read our mission statement and send work that corresponds with our mission
Publishes short stories, flash fiction, poetry, and photography / digital art that promote the uniquely positive and edifying.
Read the submission guidelines and published issues to get an idea of the content we accept. We are adamant about no vulgarity/no cursing. Follow our social media for announcements of special needs/shortages in each category.
Poetry and microfiction with a strong narrative. We like the lyrical, embrace the formal as well as spoken word. Clarity is essential. We love pop culture.
Check website for open calls for anthologies. No unsolicited chapbook or full-length manuscripts, please. Please query first by email or snail with project overview, brief bio, and publication credits before sending any manuscripts. Manuscript should arrive with TOC, 30% of the content published or accepted for publication, authors headshot & bio, 2-3 blurbs. Please contact us for formatting instructions.
The Doctor T. J. Eckleburg Review is a literary and arts journal housed at the Johns Hopkins University, MA in Writing Program. Our aesthetic is eclectic, literary mainstream to experimental. We appreciate fusion aesthetics including magical realist, surrealist, metarealist and realist works with an offbeat spin. We value character-focused storytelling and language and welcome both edge and mainstream with punch aesthetics. We like humor that explores the gritty realities of world and human experiences.
We are devoted to publishing memorable and energetic fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. We also feature reviews of contemporary literature and criticism, as well as author interviews, artwork, and comics. CCR seeks to publish not only a broad range of writings, but a broad range of writers with diverse backgrounds as well. Both beginning and well-established writers are welcome.
Do: submit online. Submissions are only accepted via our online submission management system. Submissions via mail or email will be discarded without response. Do not: capitalize the name of our journal!
Welcome to Bridge: The Bluffton University Literary Journal. We are committed to young writers- so committed in fact, that we only publish work by writers age 14-24. We are looking for writing that demonstrates virtuosity and wonder, original writing that delights us and challenges us. We publish a print edition in the Spring, and an online edition in the fall.
We publish original fiction, poetry, drama, and a wide range of creative nonfiction, including student journalism. All submissions are reviewed by a team of at least three readers.
Please note that we only publish writers and artists age 14-24.