Literary Journals Publishing Poetry

January 9, 2020

Flint Hills Review: Now Seeking Submissions

Flint Hills Review is a well-established print annual produced at Emporia State University. Published and distributed nationally for 24 years, Flint Hills Review has made its mark by redefining “regional writing.” They have a particular interest in writing that explores the Midwest—especially the ways in which ethnicity, gender, and relationships appear in Midwestern culture. Flint…

January 1, 2020

Delmarva Review: Now Seeking Submissions

Delmarva Review is an established print and e-book annual seeking poetry, fiction, flash fiction, creative nonfiction, and book reviews for their November 2020 publication. This independent journal was established in 2008 by The Eastern Shore Writers Association. Since then, it has grown to include authors and readers from around the world. Delmarva Review also promotes…

December 25, 2019

FOLDER: Now Seeking Submissions

FOLDER publishes a portfolio of one poet’s work each month. A well-established journal, they’ve showcased the work of over 100 poets both online and in their chapbook-style print magazine. They also occasionally print broadsides. Their attractive, minimalist online journal creates a quiet space for readers to focus on the featured poet. And, the print journal,…

December 19, 2019

Mojave River Review: Now Seeking Submissions

Mojave River Review is an established e-journal published by Mojave River Press. Now through December 20th, they’re seeking poetry, flash fiction, flash nonfiction, and hybrid writing. They publish a wide variety of forms and styles—traditional, experimental, speculative, weird, and more. And, they’re especially interested in work related to Southwestern and desert culture, as well as…

December 5, 2019

Press Pause Press: Now Seeking Submissions

Updated Dec 6th 2019: We are no longer recommending submitting to them. Before our review was published they were open to fee free submissions. In a reaction to the review, within hours they switched over to charging for all submissions. We apologize for the inconvenience. Press Pause Press is a new online literary magazine committed…

November 26, 2019

Monday Night: Now Seeking Submissions

Monday Night is an established online annual focused on publishing writing by emerging authors passed over by mainstream outlets. They’ve been publishing poetry and prose online since 2001. And, they published a print journal until 2014, which is archived in the permanent collections of prestigious institutions such as the New York Public Library. The best…

November 21, 2019

Lines + Stars: Now Seeking Submissions

An established online literary journal and small press, Lines + Stars was launched in 2006 as a creative outlet for Washington DC. Now housed in both DC and Baltimore, Maryland, Lines + Stars has expanded to include work from national and international authors. They publish poetry and short fiction of all varieties by both emerging…

November 14, 2019

Mythridate Magazine: Now Seeking Submissions

A brand-new independent print journal, Mythridate is “an indie magazine for neo-romantics.” With a longing for nostalgic beauty, Mythridate curates a collection of writing to satisfy today’s antique-loving artist. Mythridate is an aesthetically pleasing, full-color print journal. They publish poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and visual art. Now through December 1st, Mythridate is seeking submissions for their…

November 7, 2019

Breadcrumbs: Now Seeking Submissions

Breadcrumbs is an innovative online exercise in communal inspiration. They publish poetry, micro fiction, visual art, spoken word, music, and film—all inspired by work previously published in Breadcrumbs. They encourage readers to “follow the trail,” meaning they want participants to read the magazine and pick up crumbs of inspiration. Then, they want readers to create…

October 3, 2019

Newfound: Now Seeking Submissions

Newfound is a nonprofit online journal examining the effects of environment on identity and thought. They reach a broad audience, and they publish a wide variety of forms and styles, from experimental to literary. The best way to get a sense of their style is by reading the journal online. Newfound is published twice a…

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