Broad Street is a non-profit magazine featuring the best that the field of creative non-fiction has to offer. At Broad Street, we hope to create an engaging platform where writing, poetry, and artwork can come together in one space to be enjoyed equally by members of the world of creative non-... read more
The Carolina Quarterly has been publishing the work of established and emergent writers for 65 years. Recent issues have featured the works of Lauri Anderson, James Gordon Bennett, Megan Mayhew Bergman, Sean Bishop, Nicole Terez Dutton, Aaron Gwyn, K.A. Hays, Caitlin Horrocks, Stuart Na... read more
Harvard Review is a semi-annual literary journal published by Houghton Library of the Harvard College Library with support from the Division of Continuing Education at Harvard University. We publish essays, poetry, short fiction, drama, and reviews. Recent contributors include Yusef Komunyakaa... read more
New South publishes previously unpublished literary and visual art promoting the work of emerging and established artists. New South holds no subject biases. The staff will select the best work regardless of style or genre.
is a national magazine of poetry, art and flash. Our main criterion is the excellence of the poems,
stories and artwork; not the rubric they might fall under. If you send us surreal poems and stories,
please ground them in the real.
Inspired by the assemblage of Joseph Cornell, Shadowbox seeks the magic of transformation – taking the known, the familiar, the fact, and making it more. We publish contemporary nonfiction in all its forms and ambitions. Prose poetry. Lyric essay. Narrative memoir. Immersion journ... read more
SUBMISSIONS ACCEPTED SEPTEMBER 1, 2013 - JANUARY 1, 2013
South Loop Review: Creative Nonfiction + Art publishes essays and memoir, lyric and experimental forms, non-linear narratives, blended genre, photography and art. We look for personal e... read more
The Common is a new print literary magazine based at Amherst College. We publish stories, poems, essays, and dispatches with a strong sense of place. We accept translations for which translators hold the appropriate rights. Contributors to past issues include Jim Shepard, Jennifer Haigh... read more
THE WORCESTER REVIEW is the literary journal of the Worcester County Poetry Association. The Association was founded in 1971, and the Review was founded in 1973. Each year, we publish an issue featuring exceptional poetry, fiction, and artwork. Most issues also include a section of scholarly e... read more