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805 Lit + Art publishes debut and emerging writers, poets, and artists in our quarterly, online journal. We take unsolicited and simultaneous submissions from contributors worldwide. 805 was founded in 2015 by a team of librarians and won the Innovation Award from the Florida Library Association in 2018.
A Quiet Courage fiction, poetry
Agave Magazine is a print publication showcasing contemporary art, literature, and photography for a modern readership. Ideal submissions develop subjects thoroughly giving us all the essentials—no more, no less. From editorial pieces to mixed genre, our contributors share insights on their creative processes alongside published pieces.
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.
Established in 1959, Ambit is the British-based quarterly which publishes art, poems, and stories through unsolicited submissions selected by respected editors, plus a renowned annual competition with a dedicated Pop edition featuring winners, and a guest edited Pop edition. Author, poet, and performer, Kirsty Allison is the new editor.
American Writers Review fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, photography
Apple in the Dark fiction, nonfiction
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.
Bacopa Literary Review fiction, nonfiction, poetry, cross-genre
Bear Review is a biannual journal of poetry and micro prose that makes the old new and showcases aesthetic competence and a knowledge of genre and literary tradition. We do admire experimentation and blurred genres, so long as the piece brings the heat.
We publish thrilling, oddball, unusual, stunning fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction pieces. Think Olympics on a case of Red Bull. Think October in April. Think Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey. A world not quite right? Yes, this is Bending Genres.
Black Warrior Review fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art
Blink Ink fiction, art, photography
Blue Collar Review fiction, poetry, reviews
Cæsura fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, interviews, reviews
Chestnut Review features storytellers—not just in fiction, but in all the genres we publish. We love clarity in art, but that doesn’t necessarily mean simplicity. We work together with writers to bring their stories to the world. It could be a story in a poem, an essay, an image, but it is still a story that needs to be told. We are a paying market and we accept 250 free submissions for poetry, photography, and art each month.
Coastal Shelf is a quarterly online literary magazine. Contemporary and eclectic, we crave close attention paid to language and a 'larger takeaway'/analysis given to the events/themes. We love pieces with wittiness (but not light verse), quirkiness and layers. We also dig interesting uses of history and science.
Conduit poetry, art, fiction, nonfiction