Literary Journals Publishing Creative Non Fiction

November 19, 2020

Volney Road Review: Now Seeking Submissions

Volney Road Review is a paying online publisher of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry based in Youngstown, Ohio. They aim to showcase the unpublished treasures of both emerging and established authors. “Send us the work that you think will change the world,” they say. They pay $10 per published piece. Volney Road Review accepts submissions twice…

November 12, 2020

Blue Mesa Review: Now Seeking Submissions

Blue Mesa Review is an established publisher of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. Helmed at the University of New Mexico, Blue Mesa Review has been published since 1989. Each issue is edited by a fresh team of students in the university’s creative writing department, so the journal’s aesthetic is always evolving. They publish a wide…

October 29, 2020

Aromatica Poetica: Now Seeking Submissions

Aromatica Poetica publishes writing that celebrates smell and taste. They welcome fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, and they publish around half of the submissions they receive that follow their submission guidelines. Editor Dr. M. Leona Godin experiences a heightened sense of smell and taste because of blindness. She also loves literature, and so Aromatica Poetica was…

October 22, 2020

THINK Journal: Now Seeking Submissions

THINK is an established print journal housed at Western Colorado University. They focus on publishing poetry, but the journal also includes fiction, creative nonfiction, and screenwriting. THINK features poetry that demonstrates awareness of craft. They like metrical poetry, meaningful rhymes, and inventive forms. They also publish free verse that’s clearly and thoughtfully arranged. To get…

October 15, 2020

Moxy: Now Seeking Submissions

Moxy is a UK based literary journal founded in 2018, with a focus on creative nonfiction. They have a beautiful and easy to navigate website. They publish criticism, essays, travel writing, and personal essays as well as art and cartoons. They were inspired in part by the autofiction movement, although much of what they publish…

October 8, 2020

Heavy Feather Review: Now Seeking Submissions

UPDATED OCT 11th – Their website says they are open to submissions through the 31st of October, but their Submittable is closed. I am going to check back every few days to make see if that changes, in the meantime Poetry and Covid a project funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council is…

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…

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…

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 2, 2020

Untethered: Now Seeking Submissions

A respected print journal based in Toronto, Untethered publishes poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and oddities in-between. They showcase both emerging and established authors from around the world, and they print a wide variety of thoughtfully crafted, intriguing work. You can get a sense of their aesthetic by reading excerpts from the print journal online, or by…

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