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Features fiction and nonfiction, with writers such as Rick Bass, Joyce Carol Oates, Jane Smiley, Tobias Wolff, as well as emerging writers.
A critical journal of innovative narrative.
Neon Literary Magazine
UK-based literary magazine, published online and in print every quarter.
An established literary periodical with recent on line reviews, recent archives of reviews, articles on art, literature and culture.
New England Review
Sample works of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction from the print quarterly.
The Rationalist Press Association is a focus for rationalist thought and debate in the UK and worldwide. Their magazine promotes and debates rationalism in contemporary society.
Newpages.com, Literary Magazines.
The NewPages Guide to the best literary magazines in print and online.
The New Republic
News, politics and the arts.
The New Yorker
New York Times
Reviews and articles on the arts and culture / political issues.
International Journal of Prose and Poetry
No: A Journal of the Arts
A twice-yearly print journal of politics, literature, and culture.
The Oxford Literary Review
University literary journals and studies.
Paper Darts is a literary magazine based out of Minneapolis Minnesota. They publish art, fiction, poetry, music, comics, and nonfiction.
The Paris Review
One of the world's foremost and most established literary journals.
The Pedestal Magazine
An online publication of creative writers and literary artists of fiction, non-fiction and poetry.
Pen Pusher Magazine
A free literary magazine for those interested in words, writing, writers' lives, literary history, philosophy and the odd bit of silliness.
publishes fiction, poetry, interviews with artists and galleries of their work, discussions of technology and communication, themed creative non-fiction and opinion pieces, essays and interviews as well as reviews of books and music. Per Contra is an international magazine and publishes quarterly.
a journal of poetry.
La Petit Zine
Poetry and prose.
The Pinch Journal (US)
The Pinch is a nationally recognized literary journal published by the University of Memphis.
An established literary magazine online, from Emerson University.
presents modern German literature online, with information on literary reviews, prizes and events. There is also a print-edition. Poeten, loslesen, gegenlesen, tendenz, forum.
Established in 1889, Poet Lore is the oldest continuously published poetry magazine in the United States.
Poetry London is a leading international poetry magazine where acclaimed contemporary poets share pages with exciting new names. Published three times a year in March, June and October, each issue contains new poetry, incisive reviews and features.
The Poetry Review
Poetry Review is the Poetry Society's internationally acclaimed quarterly poetry magazine, published in March, June, September and December.
PORT is a global quarterly men’s magazine based in London, merging style with thoughtful, intelligent content. The magazine features essays and profiles from the world’s foremost and iconic practitioners in fields such as architecture, design, business, film, environment, politics, literature and comedy.
PostPoetry Magazine [Recent Thoughts/Gedanken zur Gegenwart] Bilingual magazine focusing on contemporary political and social issues.
offers monthly images and poetry from the North American plains - poems to feed the vast open places of the soul.
Fiction, poetry, non-fiction (essays, long reviews, articles, journalism, science, history, philosophy etc).
The Prose Poem
An international journal.
The magazine for the intellectually curious.
A literary and art review. Open to the work of unpublished and emerging writers and artists.
Pulp.net is a site showcasing fresh short fiction. Each month three stories by established as well as rising authors are published. Each month a story will be selected for publication from the open submissions - click on (Re)Act to find out how to submit your story.
Web Literary Magazine. Arts & Entertainment, Books, Comics, Media, Politics, Technology.
Sand to Glass
Fiction, poetry and essays. Entertaining, quality work in the forms of short fiction, poetry, short one-act plays, essays, book reviews,
and literary criticism.
The Seahorse Rodeo Folk Revival
The Seahorse Rodeo Folk Review is run by the Seahorse Rodeo Folk Revival, a burgeoning artist collective who believe in an older way of life when art had no representatives or distributors, but was, instead, taken directly to the people. The collective does not necessarily fit the corporate profile and don't necessarily feel that is such a bad thing. 'As the world turns toward an increasing level of structure, formulization and patterned nonsense in the name of economy, promotion and commercial value, we want to embrace an older way of thinking.'
Poems, words, images and multimedia from Canada and the world. An ezine updated with guest artists. Multimedia, Flash/animated poems and discussion list.
Shakespeare's Sister is a blog/zine dedicated to making women's voices heard. They publish a monthly e-zine, and print a yearly anthology of the best submissions. They also blog regularly about female authors, women's issues, etc. They want to publish your work!
Humorous commentary on matters of pop cultural relevance.
Slice (New York) aims to bridge the gap between emerging and established authors by offering a space where both are published side-by-side. In each issue, a specific cultural theme becomes the catalyst for articles and interviews from renowned writers and lesser known voices alike.
Slow Trains Literary Journal
Essay, fiction, poetry.
The Smoking Poet
The Smoking Poet publishes poetry, fiction, non-fiction, book reviews, artwork, links and resources and more. The last four issues may be viewed in their archives section.
The Softblow poetry journal. This journal does not pretend to exist for a general reading audience. It is for unswerving lovers of poetry who also appreciate how far poetry has come over time.
Solo Press has been a non-profit publisher of annual poetry journals and selected chapbooks for 45 years. Their journals are themed and welcome work by emerging and established poets. Solo is a member of clmp and AWP.
Some Ways to Disappear
Founded in Dorset, United Kingdom in 2010 by Michael D. Brown, and co-edited alongside Josepha Sanna, Some Ways to Disappear is a biannual print publication of new photography and literature, with no advertising or extraneous fluff. There is no restriction on style, genre or theme for submissions to our publication. They are simply looking for distinct, high quality prose and photography.
So New Media, Words, Words, Words
Putting web writers on paper. Distributors of independent media. Zinesters, publishers, anarchists, artists, poets, confidence men and painted women are invited.
Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
South Dakota Review
South Dakota Review, established in 1963, is a national literary, scholarly journal for an educated and often professional audience.
The Southern Literary Journal
Published semiannually since 1967, The Southern Literary Journal is concerned with the literary and intellectual life of the American South.
The Southern Review
The Southern Review publishes fiction, poetry, critical essays, interviews, book reviews, and excerpts from novels in progress, with emphasis on contemporary literature in the United States and abro
The Spectator, UK.
Sphere is an international journal of student writing. It is edited by students at Fairleigh Dickinson University and contributed to by students around the world.
An excellent online literary journal "picking the brains of popular culture", with features, big-name interviews, book reviews and a new writing section.
One of Britain's foremost literary journals.
Standpoint’s core mission is to celebrate our civilization, its arts and its values - in particular democracy, debate and freedom of speech - at a time when they are under threat. Standpoint aims to be an antidote to the parochialism of British political magazines and to introduce British readers to brilliant writers and thinkers from across the Atlantic, across the Channel and around the world.
Stray Light Magazine
Straylight Magazine is the literary magazine of the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. They look for innovated works of fiction and poetry, and also accept book reviews. Straylight prides itself for being on the edge of literary innovation and they greatly value new and upcoming writers.
A major interdisciplinary journal with a long-standing reputation for publishing innovative work on literature and culture. While its main focus has been on French literature and continental theory, the journal is known for its openness to original thinking in all the discourses that interact with literature, including philosophy, natural and social sciences, and the arts.
Poetry, prose, interviews, reviews.
Founded by author Trevor Richardson, The Subtopian Magazine is a Portland-based magazine that looks for fiction, non-fiction, poetry and art. They look for work that deals with the issue of our impending future.
This well-known literary magazine offers full text of all back issues.
Third Coast Magazine
Two Hawks Quarterly
Vanilla is published quarterly every February, May and November. They are locally organized in the Montgomery Alabama River Region but accept contributions of all literary, art and photographic genres from all over the world.
Virginia Quarterly Review
National of Journal Literature and Discussion
Lettres et sciences humaines.
Wag's Revue is an online-only literary quarterly that features poetry, fiction, nonfiction and interviews with "waggish luminaries of our day" (has included so far T.C. Boyle, Dave Eggers, George Saunders and others). They hold writers' contests prior to each summer and winter issue, offering three $500 prizes for the best entries in each genre.
Washington Post reviews.
Web del Sol
New Online Poetry and Fiction. A portal. American and international contemporary/ emerging writers. Literary ezines, prose, poetry, writers, reviews, commentary, poets in audio, reviews, prose poems.
Wet Ink, a magazine of new writing. Australia
The Whitefish Review is a new literary journal based in Whitefish, Montana that publishes fiction, non-fiction, poetry, art, photography, and interviews, with a slant toward mountain culture.
The White Review
This U.K. journal was conceived as an arts and literary journal specialising in artistically or educationally meritorious works of new or emerging artists and writers. Its aim is the promotion of the arts and literature and of advancing education in arts and literature.
White Whale Review
Published quarterly, White Whale Review is an online literary magazine devoted to the single-minded pursuit of that which eludes easy capture: "beauty"; "truth"; the fictions that window or curtain each. White Whale Review stands as a forum for poetry, short fiction, and nonfiction from both established and new writers, favoring quality over genre or theme.
Willow Springs publishes the finest in contemporary fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, as well as interviews with some of the most notable authors in contemporary literature. Founded in 1977 and published twice yearly.
The Magazine of The Black Mountain Institute, University of Nevada.
Words Without Borders
undertakes to promote international communication through translation of the world's best writing, selected by a distinguished group of writers and translators.
Poetry, essays and short fiction.
Submissions are encouraged for poems in any style and length - preferably under 50 lines including breaks - as well as short articles, reviews of poetry, interviews with poets and critical essays on poetry.
World Literature Today
WLT is the second-oldest such literary periodical in the United States. The mission of World Literature Today, the University of Oklahoma's bimonthly magazine of international literature and culture, is to serve the international, state, and university communities by achieving excellence as a literary publication, a sponsor of literary prizes, and a cultural center for students. World Literature Today was founded as Books Abroad in 1927 by Roy Temple House.
Mixed genre e-zine, includes fiction, poetry, interviews.
A Journal of Eco-Poetics
Written River is a literary journal published bi-annually by Hiraeth Press and focusing on poetry and non-fiction prose exploring nature and our relationship to it. Published on the Summer and Winter Solstices in digital format, it strives to encourage the discipline of ecopoetics and return the voice of the poet to the body of the Earth.
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