No Tokens is a biannually published journal celebrating work that is felt in the spine. We are run entirely by women and non-binary individuals, dedicated to featuring the words and artwork of all voices of the past, present, and future. We are here to keep stories alive. We are here to make a physical object to hold in your hands. We are paying attention.
We’re a undergrad magazine centered at Merrimack College. We only publish students, whether they’re undergrad, grad, or doctoral. Send us art, and insight. We want to see your best work. We don’t have one single genre that we publish, if the piece is good, then we’ll publish it.
When submitting, please make sure that the piece is finalized, and edited.
Copper Nickel aspires toward diversity and eclecticism, printing work that appeals to us regardless of aesthetic affiliation—and we’re particularly (though by no means exclusively) interested in work that considers sociohiostorical context. We also feature two to four translation folios in each issue, such that work from other national literatures enters into conversation with that of our own.
We try to respond to most submissions within eight weeks, though at times we can take longer—particularly over the summer or the holidays.
Founded in 1944 by poet Wilber Stevens, Interim is an international literary journal that publishes poetry, translation, criticism, reviews, and hybrid texts by emerging and established writers. Quarterly issues of the journal are published online, accompanied by an annual print volume featuring new and previously published writing.
Please read our guidelines and, ideally, a previous issue or two prior to submitting work.
The Gravity of the Thing is an independent literary magazine dedicated to the publication of innovative and defamiliarized writing. We publish work that is aware of its literary form, writing that defamiliarizes in craft or content for an enhanced rendering of reality.
Please visit thegravityofthething.com/about before submitting, as your writing should reflect our desired criteria. For more information about defamiliarized writing and our publishing processes, please visit our Baring the Device column.
Hunger Mountain is both a print and online journal of the arts. We publish fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, visual art, young adult and children’s writing, and literary odds and ends. Our print issue comes out annually in the early spring, and our online content changes on a regular basis. Our mission is to cultivate engagement with and conversation about the arts by publishing high-quality, innovative literary and visual art by both established and emerging artists, and by offering opportunities for interactivity and discourse.
Please do send us your best work. Please don't send us detective stories. We’re currently accepting submissions in poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and children’s literature. The theme for our 2017 print issue is "masked/unmasked" and we hope to receive submissions that interpret that theme in broad and unusual ways.
Focused on words and quality. We do not ascribe to nepotism.
We are currently only considering FOURPLAY submissions OR submissions to 'The Wayward Sword' litmag.
We accept full length, chapbook and mixed-media/visual submissions from November 1 to December 31 ONLY! If you submit outside of these times, we might respond with correction, or we might just ignore your submission entirely, depending on the urgency of the projects we are working on.
Please read through ALL GUIDELINES thoroughly.
Do NOT send snail mail submissions.
JuxtaProse is an online literary journal that publishes fiction, nonfiction and poetry from around the world. Our contributors have included Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award, and Man Booker Prize winners, and other acclaimed authors from fifteen different countries. Alongside these established voices, we make a concentrated effort to publish the work of emerging authors -- including students and previously unpublished authors. Each of our quarterly issues reaches over 10,000 readers.
We believe that good storytelling begins with character. While we will consider any story that possesses literary merit, genre fiction is not our emphasis and will be a particularly difficult sell.
We currently publish approximately 3% of the fiction submissions, 4% of the nonfiction submissions, and less than 1% of the poetry submissions we receive.
Life and Legends, primarily a poetry journal in English also publishes other forms of literature such as prose, translation, non-fiction, video and sound of literary interest from across the world. Our focus is to share diversity in literature by publishing international writings in English, or translated into English from other languages. We provide opportunities to the newer writers, alongside publishing the works of the living legends.
Please, read the submission guidelines carefully, before submitting your work. We DO NOT follow up with a work that is not submitted according to our guidelines. Though, we advise you contact us, if you have not heard back from us in 3 to 6 months. For more information please visit - http://lifeandlegends.com/submit/
JONAHmagazine is comprised of stories. Stories of journeys, in space, in time, in the heart, or in the mind. Beginnings, endings, triumphs and frustrations, odysseys of the spirit. Poetry, prose, true stories, memoir. Tales humorous or not. Fish stories, big fish stories. Lies. Stories that come from the soul, or that steal it. Stories that derive from the sky or the deep blue sea, or from nothing and nowhere.
1 item of prose, maximum 2500 words, 3 items of poetry