Literary Journals Publishing Poetry

August 24, 2017

The Paper Street Journal: Now Seeking Submissions

The Paper Street Journal is an online literary magazine featuring a curated selection of poetry, short fiction, creative prose, essays, reviews, notes, photo essays, art, photography, and music. Founded in 2014 by three graduates of McMaster University, The Paper Street Journal has since become a publication of international acclaim. They publish a vast array of…

August 17, 2017

Disclaimer Magazine: Now Seeking Submissions of Short Stories, Poetry, Commentary, Reviews, Etc.

Disclaimer Magazine is a London-based online journal of writing, art, politics, economics, and “other stuff.” They want to challenge long-cherished viewpoints and norms, to give readers a new angle of vision, and to add something meaningful to the global conversation. They showcase fresh young voices as well as seasoned standbys. As a publication, they’re socially…

August 10, 2017

CALAMITY: Now Seeking Poetry Submissions

A new online journal of poetry of art, CALAMITY seeks to broadcast all things strange, novel, urgent, and disastrous. They want readers to be shaken and confused, disquieted and embarrassed. They like ghosts, middle fingers, and accidents. They like to fall apart. They want to laugh and cry, maybe at the same time. The best…

August 3, 2017

Dream Pop Journal: Now Seeking Submissions

A brand new online quarterly of experimental writing, Dream Pop Journal, is now seeking submissions for their first issue. Their style is akin to that of songwriters such as Liz Fraser and the Cocteau Twins, and the composer Wim Mertens. They like non-narrative writing, and they admire artists who transcend formal expectations to create languages…

July 27, 2017

Rinky Dink Press: Now Seeking Submissions of Micropoetry

Rinky Dink Press is a microzine publishing single-author collections of micropoetry. With the slogan, “micropoetry for the people,” they are on a mission to put poetry in everyone’s pocket—and hand—by printing beautifully handcrafted, travel-sized fine art books. Diminutive in size but not in standards, Rinky Dink is looking for skillfully crafted, finely-honed verse. They like…

July 20, 2017

The Fenland Reed: Now Seeking Submissions

Edited by two former poet laureates of Fenland, Jonathan Totman and Mary Livingstone, The Fenland Reed is an East Anglian literary journal that publishes poetry and short stories. They produce an attractive print journal, and they make a selection of the work appearing in the journal available online as well. They read submissions separately from…

July 4, 2017

Dodging the Rain: Now Seeking Submissions

Dodging the Rain is a new blogazine publishing all genres of literature and artwork. Helmed in Galway, Ireland, Dodging the Rain is founded and edited by a multinational group of graduate students based at the National University of Ireland: Galway’s Masters in Writing Programme and Uversity’s Creative Process Masters of the Arts. They aim to…

June 27, 2017

Pacifica Literary Review: Now Seeking Submissions

Pacifica Literary Review publishes poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, photography, and art & design. They are based out of Seattle, Washington. They publish three web-exclusive issues in September, January, and May, as well as one print issue every year. They have an interesting approach to writing and publishing which I have excerpted below, as it will give…

June 15, 2017

Borrowed Solace: Now Seeking Submissions

Borrowed Solace is a new online magazine of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, photography, and artwork. Created by a group of writers who are also literary enthusiasts, Borrowed Solace hopes to publish artful work that inspires readers to fall in love with language. They want stories, essays, and poems that invite readers to ask for more….

June 1, 2017

Frontier Poetry: Now Seeking Submissions

A new limb of The Masters Review, Frontier Poetry is an online platform for emerging poets. Highly selective yet ecumenical, Frontier Poetry is a quality journal for new poets of all types, as well as a resource for other writers, publishers, and literary agents. They are looking for work that pushes the boundaries of language,…

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