Phoebe prides itself on supporting up-and-coming writers, whose style, form, voice, and subject matter demonstrate a vigorous appeal to the senses, intellect, and emotions of our readers. We choose our writers because we believe their work succeeds at its goals, whether its goals are to uphold or challenge literary tradition. Established in , Poet Lore is the oldest continuously published poetry magazine in the United States. Under the stewardship of its present publisher, The Writer's Center, Poet Lore publishes semi-annual installments of the finest contemporary poetry both by established writers and by those breaking into print.
Puerto del Sol, now in its 44th year of publication, is the journal of the English Department at New Mexico State University dedicated to providing a forum for innovative poetry, prose, drama, criticism and artwork from emerging and established writers and artists. Rain Farm Press strives to be a different kind of independent publisher.
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We believe art is everywhere and use this philosophy in everything we do. Our acclaimed art and literary journal Paradigm publishes both new and established voices, with a variety of books and events on the way. Founded in , River Teeth combines the best of creative nonfiction, including narrative reportage, essays, and memoirs, as well as critical essays that examine the genre and that explore the impact of nonfiction narrative on the lives of its writers, subjects, and readers.
Simply Haiku is a quarterly journal containing original contributions from new poets and experienced haijin, with offerings in the English genres of haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun, renku and haiga. Rather than simply being dedicated to either fiction or poetry, Tin House excels in both, and it also publishes interviews with important literary figures, a "Lost and Found" section dedicated to exceptional public domain and generally overlooked material, and drink recipes.
It is also distinguished from many other notable literary magazines by actively seeking work from previously unpublished writers for its "New Voices" section. Respected by readers and writers alike for its high literary standards and truly broad aesthetic, West Branch takes pride in its openness to a wide range of literary styles and in its genuine commitment to pairing new voices with more established ones.
Accepts: Poetry, short fiction, translations, and essays. Response time: Eight to sixteen weeks. Simultaneous Submissions: Accepted and encouraged; notify upon acceptance elsewhere. Reading Period: September 1st-May 31st Submissions: Accepted through an online submission manager or post. Submit up to five poems, one work of fiction, or one essay.
Address submissions to genre editor. Accepts: Short stories, short novellas, novel excerpts, short plays, poetry, creative nonfiction, and interviews. Response time: Six-sixteen weeks. Simultaneous Submissions: Accepted if notified in the cover letter.
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Cover letter and SASE required. Limit poetry to 20 pages and prose to 50 pages. Accepts: Poetry, literary criticism, essays, interviews, and social commentary. Response time: Twelve weeks. Simultaneous Submissions: Not accepted.
Reading Period: Year-round. Submissions: Accepted through post only. Submit up to five poems, or one work of prose. SASE required.
Accepts: Poetry, fiction, and essays. Response time: Twelve-sixteen weeks. Submit three-six poems, or one work of prose up to words at max. Antioch Review Information Aufgabe Since its founding in , Aufgabe has published a range of established, young and emerging writers, with an emphasis on experimental and innovative poetry.
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Accepts: Poetry, short essays about the genre of poetry, translations. Payment: Two copies of the issue in which the work appears. Simultaneous Submissions: Accepted if notified upon acceptance elsewhere. SASE encouraged. Limit submission to eight pages.volunteerparks.org/wp-content/bexupahe/42.php
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Bateau Bateau subscribes to no trend but serves to represent as wide a cross-section of contemporary writing as possible. Accepts: Poetry, short fiction, short drama, creative reviews. Response time: Four-sixteen weeks. Payment: Copies of the issue in which the work appears. Reading Period: Year-round Submissions: Accepted via post and online submission manager online preferred.
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Limit submission to five works in one genre. Accepts: Poetry, poetry translations. Response time: One-sixteen weeks. Reading Period: Year-round Submissions: Accepted via post. Limit submission to five pages unless the work is a long poem. Accepts: Poetry, short fiction, translations.
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Response time: Four weeks. Payment: Publication.
Limit submission to words. Bitter Oleander Information Brick Since its inception in , Brick has played a unique role, both in Canada and beyond, gathering a cross-section of national and international, known and new literary voices in a wide-ranging discussion of arts, culture, and literature. Response time: Twelve-twenty weeks. Payment: Copies of the issue in which the work appeared. Brick Magazine Information Burnside Review Burnside Review , a truly independent literary journal from Portland, Oregon, gets its name from the street that runs the length of the city and divides it in two.
Accepts: Poetry, interviews, book reviews.
Response time: Four-eight weeks. Payment: One copy of the issue in which the work appeared. Reading Period: Year-round Submissions: Accepted via e-mail. Submit poems. A short biography is required. Response time: Twelve-twenty-four weeks; often sooner. SASE required, cover letter encouraged. Limit prose submissions to one work less than pages. Limit poetry submissions to three-six poems. Cimarron Review information The Colorado Review Founded in , Colorado Review features short fiction, poetry, and nonfiction memoir, personal essays by both emerging and established writers, including numerous Pulitzer Prize, Best American, Pushcart, O.
Accepts: Poetry, short fiction, personal essays.