Literary Journals

September 24, 2020

Ex/Post Magazine: Now Seeking Submissions

Ex/Post is a brand new online magazine publishing daring fiction, poetry, nonfiction, essays, plays, and more. They’re looking for of-the-moment writing, and they love experimental work: “Send us your secret radio transmissions or your experiments gone awry,” they say, “we will welcome all of it.”   Since publishing their first issue earlier this year, Ex/Post has…

September 10, 2020

microverses: Now Accepting Submissions

microverses is an electronic publisher of speculative flash fiction, poetry, and other tiny forms of storytelling. They have two different “venues” for publishing. Octavos is a venue for speculative poetry. They are only interested in poems that are less than 8 lines in total. According to their definition, a line must contain at least one…

September 3, 2020

K-Zine: Now Accepting Submissions of Short Stories

This UK-based magazine is published in print and on Kindle. The goal of the magazine is to provide quality original genre fiction. The genres they publish are science fiction, horror, fantasy and crime. Length guidelines are 1,000-8,000 words. They usually publish around seven stories per issue. Their covers are very eighties-inspired but generally a lot…

August 27, 2020

Voyage: Now Accepting Submissions

Voyage is a paying market that focuses on publishing young adult (YA) fiction, as well as craft essays and young adult creative nonfiction. They are open year-round, and their general submissions are fee-free. They pay $200 for most creative nonfiction and fiction, and $50 per craft essay. The editor is an author Racquel Henry. They…

August 20, 2020

Journal of The Plague Year: Now Seeking Submissions

Journal of the Plague Year was started in 2020, by Susan Zakin, a top environmental journalist, as a way of interacting with the altered situation. Many of the journalistic contributors to the website are well known. Their tagline is “100 percent DIY by real reporters (plus poets, musicians, essayists, and the occasional fiction writer)”. The…

August 13, 2020

Paper Dragon: Now Seeking Submissions

Paper Dragon is a brand new literary journal published by the MFA students at Drexel University. Right now through September 1, they’re seeking submissions for their first issue, themed “recovery and resilience.” They’re looking for submissions from a wide range of authors, and hope to spotlight work by underrepresented voices. Paper Dragon will publish their…

August 6, 2020

Quince: Now Seeking Submissions

Quince is a brand new online journal of writing and art from around the world. They publish a wide variety of creative work: poetry, fiction, visual art, photography, film, life writing, stage plays, and screenplays. Unpublished, emerging, and established authors and artists of all varieties are invited to submit. Quince published their first edition earlier…

July 23, 2020

Orange Blossom Review: Now Seeking Submissions

Orange Blossom Review is a peer-reviewed online journal of fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, graphic literature, and book reviews. Sponsored by the Florida College English Association, the journal is thoughtfully curated and attractively designed. You can get a sense of their style by reading past issues online. Since launching in 2017, Orange Blossom Review has published…

July 22, 2020

Four Lines: Now Seeking Submissions

Amid modern information overload, Four Lines asks: “Can you reveal the deeper meaning, true essence, or soul of something in four lines?” They’re looking for authors who can simply—and succinctly—say the truth. Why four lines? “Think of the four seasons, four cardinal directions, four elements, four humours, four colours of the medicine wheel,” writes the…

July 16, 2020

Dear Loneliness: Now Seeking Submissions

Picture this: 1,000 feet (that’s three football fields) of handwritten letters about loneliness, displayed in a room covered in mirrors. The letters (and the loneliness) appear to extend into eternity. That’s what Ex/Post Magazine plans to do with the submissions they collect for their interactive art installation, Dear Loneliness. Even before coronavirus, loneliness was considered…

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