Easy Street provides writers a venue to showcase their work, to discuss the publishing industry, and to share viewpoints on diverse aspects of contemporary life and culture.
We’re looking for work that’s bizarre, authentic, subtle, outrageous, indefinable, raw, paradoxical. We’ve got our eyes on the horizon. Send us writing that lives just between the land and the sky.
Please note that we accept simultaneous submissions (and appreciate acknowledgement of such submissions), but do not accept reprints/previously published work. Please include a third-person bio in your cover letter. For examples of the work we tend to publish, please consult our current issue and online archives.
POST(blank) is a bilingual word-art publication, in which we curate a dialogue between the visual and literary arts. We look for any works that either attempt to, and can be used to, create a dialogue between these two media.
Take a careful look at our submission guidelines and attempt to follow the theme. However, DO NOT be afraid to freely interpret the theme in any way that makes sense to you. We are looking for all people willing to help us fully dissect every possibility available in each issue's theme.
The Rappahannock Review, a new online literary journal published twice a year (with an occasional bonus issue) by the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia, is currently accepting submissions for its next general issue. We are interested in previously unpublished Poetry, Fiction, and Nonfiction from both established and emerging writers.
Twyckenham Notes is an independent online literary magazine based out of South Bend, Indiana. Founded in early 2017 by Editor-in-chief Austin Veldman, TN publishes unsolicited and solicited poetry and artwork quarterly (March, June, September, & December). Committed to publishing a variety of voices, from fellow Hoosiers to poets around the world, TN seeks to present an honest and visceral rendering of our collective human experience. Besides the Featured Artist Series, all contribuors are paid.
We are interested in poetry of all styles, but none in which the writer-reader connection is lost entirely. Edgy is good; so is heart. We want kinetic poetry with lifeblood and plenty of momentum. Poets of all backgrounds are welcome to submit to TN. Poetry that promotes or glorifies racism, sexism, or homophobic ideals will be shredded.
TL;DR (True Living, Documented Relentlessly) is a home for the avant-garde, unconventional, genre-expanding art/lit so that we might pour out the branded-content-over-saturated spaces of our lives. New voices, new literature.
The more out-of-the-box the submission is, the better. TL;DR is dedicated to literature that expands literature and challenges preconcieved notions about the boxes we write and creatively present our documented realities and histories in.
Obsidian supports—through publication and critical inquiry—the contemporary poetry, fiction, drama/performance, visual and media art of Africans globally.
Submission guidelines at https://obsidianlit.org/how-to-submit/
An international biannual online magazine that publishes Surrealist poetry in English.
SurVision seeks Surrealist poems of any school written in English. You may submit no more than 5 poems per submission. We will occasionally consider prose poems and essays on Surrealism and Neo-Surrealist poetry. On rare occasions, translations of Surrealist poems from other languages will be considered. All the poems must be unpublished original work of the author. We do accept work that is under consideration elsewhere, but let us know immediately if your poem(s) have been accepted for publication. We normally publish between one and three poems per poet per issue.
We focus on many different themes and styles but we stay close to our goal of establishing exceptional faith inspired work.
We are a quarterly literary journal that showcases the pain, beauty, turmoil, peace and emotional fire of faith and life. We are a nonprofit organization which means we cannot pay contributors but we display and rejoice in each piece of literary gold we find in the labyrinth of life and support those who go steadfast through that imminent path.