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Salamander

Print magazine for Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction,

Salamander, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit literary organization that publishes a biannual magazine of poetry, fiction, memoir, and works in translation. It was founded by Jennifer Barber in 1992 with the aim of publishing a generation of writers reaching artistic maturity and deserving of a wider audience alongside new work by established writers.


🌍 Territory:  USA πŸ’° Submission fee: $0 Frequency: 2 times a year Online submissions: Yes Submission guidelines


Able Muse

Print & Online magazine for Fiction, Poetry,

Able Muse predominantly publishes metrical poetry and poetry translation complemented by art and photography, fiction and non-fiction including essays, book reviews and interviews with a focus on metrical and formal poetry. We are looking for well-crafted poems of any length or subject that employ skillful and imaginative use of meter and rhyme, executed in a contemporary idiom, that reads as naturally as your free verse poems.


Average visits: 18,200/month 🌍 Territory:  USA πŸ’° Submission fee: $0 Frequency: 2 times a year Online submissions: Yes Submission guidelines


The Pinch

Print & Online magazine for Fiction, Poetry,

The Pinch was founded in 1980 as the Memphis State Review by William Page. In its first few years, the journal published such well-known writers as Robert Bly, Phillip Levine, Mary Oliver, Robert Penn Warren, and Margaret Atwood.


🌍 Territory:  USA πŸ’° Submission fee: $0 Frequency: 2 times a year Online submissions: Yes Submission guidelines


Event

Print & Online magazine for Fiction, Poetry,

For 46 years, EVENT has published the very best in contemporary new poetry and prose. We are one of Western Canada‰ÛΒͺs longest-running literary magazines, and welcome submissions written in English from around the world. Each issue of EVENT includes high quality fiction, poetry, non-fiction and book reviews, and we feature emerging and established writers side-by-side in our pages.


🌍 Territory:  Canada πŸ’° Submission fee: $3 Frequency: 3 times a year Online submissions: Yes Submission guidelines


Southampton Review

Print & Online magazine for Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction, Scripts,

Dedicated to publishing fine fiction, nonfiction, plays, screenplays, poetry, literary cartoons, photography and art, The Southampton Review opens its pages to writers from across the globe whose work is compelling. Our pages are equally devoted to emerging and established writers and artists.


🌍 Territory:  USA πŸ’° Submission fee: $3 Frequency: 2 times a year Online submissions: Yes Submission guidelines


Consequence

Print & Online magazine for Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction,

CONSEQUENCE is an international literary magazine published annually, focusing on the culture and consequences of war. We are an independent, non-profit magazine, and a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.


🌍 Territory:  USA πŸ’° Submission fee: $0 Frequency: 1 times a year Online submissions: Yes Submission guidelines


Hudson Review

Print magazine for Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction,

Founded in 1948, The Hudson Review is a quarterly magazine of literature and the arts published in New York City. It has a distinguished record of publishing little-known or undiscovered writers, many of whom have become major literary figures. Each issue contains a wide range of material including: poetry, fiction, essays on literary and cultural topics, book reviews, reports from abroad, and chronicles covering film, theatre, dance, music and art.


🌍 Territory:  USA πŸ’° Submission fee: $0 Frequency: 4 times a year Online submissions: Yes Submission guidelines


Sonora Review

Print magazine for Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction,

Founded in 1980, Sonora Review is one of the oldest student-run literary journals in the country. Former staff members include Antonya Nelson, Robert Boswell, Richard Russo, Tony Hoagland, David Foster Wallace, Joshua Marie Wilkinson, Tim Peterson, and Richard Siken. Work originally printed in Sonora Review has appeared in Best of the West and Best American Poetry, and has won O. Henry Awards and Pushcart Prizes.


🌍 Territory:  USA πŸ’° Submission fee: $3 Frequency: 2 times a year Online submissions: Yes Submission guidelines


Epiphany

Print & Online magazine for Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction,

Epiphany is committed to publishing literary work, wherever it may fall on the spectrum from experimental to traditional, that is realized both in its vision and its devotion to artistry. We are especially open to writers whose explorations of new territory may not yet have found validation elsewhere.


🌍 Territory:  USA πŸ’° Submission fee: $10 Frequency: 2 times a year Online submissions: Yes Submission guidelines


Pleiades

Print magazine for Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction,

Pleiades is a literary biannual featuring poetry, fiction, essays, and reviews by authors from around the world. Past contributors include winners of the Nobel, Ruth Lilly, Pulitzer, Bollingen, Prix de la Libert̩, and Neustadt Prizes, recipients of Guggenheim, Whiting, National Book Critics Circle and National Book Awards, and many writers seeing their work in print for the first time.


🌍 Territory:  USA πŸ’° Submission fee: $25 Frequency: 2 times a year Online submissions: Yes Submission guidelines


Redivider

Print magazine for Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction,

Redivider is a nationally distributed journal of new art and literature produced by and representing the graduate students in the Writing, Literature, and Publishing program at Emerson College in Boston. Published twice a year, we welcome art, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry submissions from new, emerging, and established artists and writers. And if you‰ÛΒͺre wondering about the name ‰ÛÓ it‰ÛΒͺs a palindrome!


🌍 Territory:  USA πŸ’° Submission fee: $3 Frequency: 2 times a year Online submissions: Yes Submission guidelines


Antioch Review

Print & Online magazine for Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction,

The Antioch Review, founded in 1941, is one of the oldest, continuously publishing literary magazines in America. We publish fiction, essays, and poetry from both emerging as well as established authors.


🌍 Territory:  USA πŸ’° Submission fee: $0 Frequency: 4 times a year Online submissions: No Submission guidelines


Michigan Quarterly Review

Print & Online magazine for Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction,

The Michigan Quarterly Review is an eclectic interdisciplinary journal of arts and culture that seeks to combine the best of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction with outstanding critical essays on literary, cultural, social, and political matters.


🌍 Territory:  USA πŸ’° Submission fee: $0 Frequency: 4 times a year Online submissions: Yes Submission guidelines


The Gettysburg Review

Print & Online magazine for Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction,

The Gettysburg Review, published by Gettysburg College, is recognized as one of the country‰ÛΒͺs premier literary journals. More than one-hundred short stories, poems, and essays first published in The Gettysburg Review have been reprinted in the various prize anthologies. Online submissions are $3 and snail mail submissions are free!


🌍 Territory:  USA πŸ’° Submission fee: $3 Frequency: 4 times a year Online submissions: Yes Submission guidelines


Prairie Schooner

Print magazine for Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction,

Prairie Schooner, a national literary quarterly published with the support of the English Department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the University of Nebraska Press, is home to the best fiction, poetry, essays, and reviews being published today by beginning, mid-career, and established writers.


🌍 Territory:  USA πŸ’° Submission fee: $0 Frequency: 4 times a year Online submissions: Yes Submission guidelines


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