Literary Journals Publishing Fiction

May 23, 2019

SICK: Now Seeking Submissions

A brand-new magazine written by people experiencing chronic illness and disability, SICK is seeking submissions for online publication. They publish thoughtful writing on a wide variety of topics: arts, culture, politics, feminism, lifestyle, sports, music, literature, and more. SICK hopes to showcase the unique perspectives of people experiencing chronic illness and disability, in relation to…

May 9, 2019

Tiny Flames Press: Now Seeking Submissions

An online space for “Divine Creators.” Established in 2018, Tiny Flames Press is seeking poetry, fiction, and nonfiction born from fiery bellies and blazing hearts. They’re burning for mysteries and moons, flaming loves and open wounds. You can get a sense of their style by reading their journal online. Tiny Flames Press publishes new content…

April 25, 2019

The Blue Tiger Review: Now Seeking Submissions

A brand-new literary journal from the University of Michigan-Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute (JI), The Blue Tiger Review is seeking fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, translations, and flash writing from both emerging and established authors. They are uniquely interested in publishing work by high school and university ESL students, alongside work by veteran authors. The…

April 16, 2019

Selcouth Station: Now Seeking Submissions

An online platform and creative community featuring artistic work of all kinds, Selcouth Station is a friendly, approachable publisher. They aim to support and promote creativity with a welcoming, inspiring vibe, and they warmly invite beginners to share and collaborate with the community. Since 2017, Selcouth Station has been publishing new online content regularly. They…

April 4, 2019

The Tiger Moth Review: Now Seeking Submissions

A brand-new online journal helmed in Singapore, The Tiger Moth Review, is seeking fiction and poetry exploring the relationship between humanity and nature. They are looking for writing crafted at the intersection of culture and environment. They want to engage with ecological themes with an awareness of natural disaster, and they want to be both…

March 28, 2019

The Forge: Now Seeking Submissions of Fiction and Nonfiction

The Forge is a weekly online journal founded by the international writers’ forum, The Fiction Forge. They are seeking fiction and nonfiction from both emerging and established authors. They publish one story each week chosen by members of The Fiction Forge writers’ forum, which boasts numerous award-winning authors. All submissions are read blind by volunteer…

March 14, 2019

Blue River: Now Seeking Submissions

Produced and published by Creighton University’s MFA students, Blue River is an online journal of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry written by emerging and established authors. MFA students working on the publication under faculty supervision gain experience that gives them a foothold in the publishing industry. Blue River reaches a broad audience and boasts literary…

March 7, 2019

Pithead Chapel: Now Seeking Submissions

An established monthly online journal, Pithead Chapel publishes writing to remember. They like meaningful, honest literature that leaves a taste readers crave. They publish daring fiction, nonfiction, and prose poetry in a wide variety of forms and styles from both emerging and established authors. The best way to get a sense of what they like…

February 27, 2019

Scum: Now Seeking Submissions

An established online literary journal with “filthy feminist leanings,” Scum is seeking poetry, fiction, nonfiction, rants, memoirs, and whatever else you want to send. Since 2013, they’ve published new writing year-round a couple times a week, and they don’t care what anyone thinks about it. They publish writing of all varieties, and the best way…

February 14, 2019

Storyscape: Now Seeking Submissions

An established online journal, Storyscape sorts all its stories into three categories: “Truth,” “Untruth,” and “We Don’t Know and They Won’t Tell Us.” They’re interested in stories of all kinds—from overheard snippets to carefully crafted masterworks—in all forms and styles. They especially like genre-bending work and stories that employ unexpected storytelling modalities, such as audio…

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