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Edify Fiction fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, photography
Epoch poetry, fiction, nonfiction, poetry, screenplays, comics
Ezra, founded in 2007, is an online journal of literary translation. We offer summer residencies (competitive). The journal is unusual in that any era, style, genre, or language is of interest to us. Special feature every issue–three issues per year. Book reviews as well.
Fairy Tale Review is an annual literary journal dedicated to publishing new fairy-tale fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. The journal seeks to expand the conversation about fairy tales among practitioners, scholars, and general readers. Contents reflect a diverse spectrum of literary artists working with fairy tales in many languages and styles.
Feels Blind celebrates artists and writers who identify as women. Inspired by a Bikini Kill song, we publish work with a punk aesthetic. This doesn’t necessarily mean punk in the traditional sense, however. We love reading about what you love. We want you to push boundaries and teach us something.
Fictive Dream is an online magazine for short stories that give an insight into the human condition. We feature stories with a distinctive voice, clarity of thought, and precision of language. They may be on any subject. They may be challenging, dramatic, playful, exhilarating, or cryptic. Above all, they are well-crafted and compelling.
Fleas on the Dog. Bad boy kick-ass no frills online quarterly publishing QUALITY fiction/nonfiction from traditional to extreme and everything in between. Bad writing drives us insane, but we’re crazy about the good stuff! Scratch our itch, we’ll give your story a pitch.
Flock fiction, nonfiction, poetry, cross-genre, comics
Foglifter Journal fiction, nonfiction, poetry, cross-genre, drama, interviews, translations, art, photography
Free State Review is a biannual print journal. We favor “totally limited omniscience.” In addition to traditional genres, we have several beats which re-appear in each issue. We have published the usual suspects (Spires, Fenza, Campbell, etc.) but the ones who excite us are the emerging ones.
F(r)iction is a collection of art and literature that seeks to unwind conventions, pairing contemporary prose and poetry with vibrant, full-color illustrations.
Full Bleed fiction, nonfiction, poetry, cross-genre, reviews, translations, art, photography
Gemini is an online journal established in 2009. We publish compelling fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction as well as photography and art. We have no rules.
Glass Mountain, an international student-run literary magazine, accepts submissions all year. We publish a print journal, twice annually; our online magazine, Shards, four times annually. We accept work by new writers only—not writers who have attended graduate courses in creative writing. Each May we host Boldface: A Conference for Emerging Writers, at the University of Houston.
Glassworks is a publication of the MA in Writing program at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ, founded as "GlassWorks in the Woods" in 1779. The primacy of artistry, deep pride in individual craftsmanship, and willingness to test conventional boundaries to create new work are part of our continuing spirit.
Heather fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art
Hypertext Magazine online has published over 600 established or emerging writers since 2010. Unsolicited submissions comprise ninety-five percent of Hypertextmag.com. Since 2017, we have also been publishing the print journal Hypertext Review. Spring issues of the print journal are predominantly unsolicited. Our Fall issues are usually 90% solicited (but this varies). Poetry and interviews are solicited.
An art & literary journal supported in part through the Mile-High MFA. We love unorthodox approaches to form and aesthetics. We publish online in October and in print in January. Our Sublingua Prize for Poetry awards $1000 and publication in our print issue for five pieces by a writer who hasn’t yet published a full-length manuscript nor a chapbook exceeding 44 pages.
Print annual of Bluegrass Writer Studio, the low-res MFA program at Eastern Kentucky University. Work from Jelly Bucket has been shortlisted in the Best American anthology series, and we nominate for The Pushcart Prize and PEN America Literary Awards. First-time and emerging authors have appeared alongside Eileen Casey, Ted Cooser, Stuart Dybek, Rigoberto Gonzalez, Sonja Livingston, Frank X. Walker, and Kevin Wilson. And we read in summer!
Kestrel: A Journal of Literature and Art fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, photography, translations, reviews
Lake Effect fiction, nonfiction, poetry
The Light Ekphrastic fiction, poetry, audio, video, photography, art
M Review fiction, nonfiction, poetry