Kavya Kishor, a distinguished literary magazine hailing from Bangladesh, stands as a beacon of literary and cultural expression. With a focus on both the English and Bengali languages, this internationally published gem weaves together a rich... Read more
TYPO is a journal interested in Lettrism, semantics, experimentally constrained writing à la Oulipo, and articles and essays on typography and design.
We are a grassroots, female-run literary magazine currently in the new moon of our life. We think of ourselves as foragers, going out into the wild to find and elevate emerging literary voices. We are committed to lowering the traditional... Read more
The Globe Review strives to create an accepting and diverse community of writers based on the core values of tolerance and creativity. It aims to empower marginalized and in any way oppressed social and ethnic groups, and to discover... Read more
Literary Mama celebrates the physical, psychological, intellectual, and spiritual processes of motherhood across race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, age, material resources, or status. The journal publishes six times a year,... Read more
Paper Brigade is the print literary journal of Jewish Book Council. Composed of articles, interviews, fiction, poetry, and artwork, it celebrates the breadth and diversity of today’s Jewish books in the US and abroad. The journal seeks... Read more
The Trailblazer Review is an international high school literary magazine dedicated to aspiring young writers worldwide. Because of its focus on the celebration and honoring of indigenous languages through creative writing and... Read more
Dipity focuses on poets from around the world of all ages. It strives to uphold diversity.