Literary Journals

December 14, 2017

(b)OINK: Now Seeking Submissions

(b)OINK is a monthly online magazine publishing fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. They launched in January, 2017, and have gained in reputation and readership throughout the year. They are looking for writing that doesn’t apologize, and is thrill-seeking literature with poor boundaries. They like experiments, secrets, and bleeding hearts. They like to be turned upside…

December 7, 2017

Open: Journal of Arts & Letters – Now Seeking Submissions

A new online platform for aesthetic endeavors, Open: Journal of Arts & Letters features a broad range of fine arts: fiction, nonfiction, poetry, book reviews, mixed literary media, screen writing, playwriting, digital arts, sculpture, pottery, printmaking, painting, photography, ceramics, and textiles, as well as interviews with writers, artists, musicians, and performance artists. They aim to…

November 30, 2017

RABBIT Poetry: Now Seeking Submissions

RABBIT is a well-established print journal of nonfiction poetry, launched in 2011 in Melbourne, Australia. A pioneer in the genre, RABBIT hopes to encourage poets to engage with all aspects of concrete experience: biography and autobiography, mathematics, history, politics, science, the environment, cultural analysis and so forth. They want poets to investigate and question the…

November 16, 2017

Tilde: Now Seeking Submissions

A project of Thirty West Publishing House, Tilde is a brand new print literary journal seeking fiction, non-fiction, and poetry for their first issue. Right now, they are accepting submissions through December 3. From its conception in 2015, Thirty West Publishing House has grown into a full-functioning small press. They produce handcrafted chapbooks and broadsides,…

November 9, 2017

Future Affairs Administration (FFA): Now Seeking Science Fiction Submissions

Future Affairs Administration (FFA), a science fiction publication produced in China, is seeking short stories, reviews, interviews, and articles. They are looking for time machines in story form—writing that takes us to new dimensions of time and space and challenges us to rethink our current perspectives. They are especially interested in stories that project the…

November 2, 2017

Ariel Chart: Now Seeking Submissions of Micro-Fiction and Poetry

Ariel Chart is seeking brief writing. Based in Australia, they publish short works of poetry and microfiction. Like most small things, tiny pieces of writing are often ignored in the publishing world. Ariel Chart hopes to help. They aim to champion meaningful literary works, no matter how small. You can read the work published on…

October 26, 2017

Riggwelter: Now Seeking Submissions

A brand new online literary journal produced by a gender-fluid poet and playwright in Manchester, England, Riggwelter publishes poetry, fiction, visual art, and experimental media. They are looking for work that makes them fall in love, work with that ineffable something that makes them stop, and then start again in an entirely new direction. Their…

October 19, 2017

The Hunger: Now Seeking Submissions

The Hunger is a new online journal of visceral literature. They publish poetry, fiction, non-fiction, hybrid work, and visual art—all, they say, with the intention of gutting you. They are looking for work that’s honest, vulnerable and raw, and creates a hunger for more. And they want to invite everyone—people of all races, religions, sexual…

October 12, 2017

The Fiction Week Literary Review: Now Seeking Submissions

The Fiction Week Literary Review is an online magazine of innovative poetry and fiction. Since 2009, they have been publishing ground-breaking new writing that seeks to find novel ways to tell a story. They also publish craft essays, selections from novels, and reviews of innovative fiction and poetry books. You can get a sense of…

October 4, 2017

Poetry South: Now Seeking Submissions

Founded in 2009, Poetry South is a print journal of poetry published by the MFA program in Creative Writing at Mississippi University for Women. They give particular preference to writers from the South—those who are born, raised, or living there—however, they consider poetry of all kinds, from all regions of the country and around the…

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