The A3 Review is a literary and arts journal published on a single A3-sized page. We publish prose and poetry with a word limit of 150, and artwork that fits into a single panel of our foldout journal. Intense, personal, lyrical, bold work is what we like to publish.
Aji magazine publishes poetry, short fiction, essays, interviews, book reviews, graphic art, and photography from emerging and established writers and artists from around the globe. The magazine is published online biannually in May and November, and is also available in print.
Since 1959, British-based Ambit Magazine has a rich history of discovering new poets and writers and publishing them alongside more established voices. The editors love to be surprised and read about things that are new and different and are experimental, thoughtful and brave.
Arkana, the journal of the Arkansas Writers' MFA Program, seeks and fosters a sense of shared wonder by publishing inclusive art that asks questions, explores mystery, and works to make visible the marginalized, the overlooked, and those whose voices have been silenced.
Established in 2000, The Awakenings Review is one of the nation’s leading literary reviews entirely committed to publishing the works of artists, writers, and poets with mental illness. The AR is a facet of The Awakenings Project, a Wheaton, Illinois-based group devoted to nurturing and advancing the creative works of artists with mental illness in all the arts, especially fine arts, music, drama, and literature.