Every Writer’s Resource is a well-organized web site of vast lists of resources for poets and writers, as well as a place to submit your poetry and stories for their Every Day Poems and Every Writer series. They have a whole page of writing resources in lists, including the following: Top 50 Literary […]
Screen Door Review is a new quarterly literary magazine that publishes poetry, short stories, flash fiction, and comics authored by individuals belonging to the southern queer (lgbtq) community of the United States. They are open year round for submissions, but will finish reading for their first issue coming out […]
My review of ‘Light into Bodies’ by Nancy Chen Long published by Cleaver + they are open for submissions!
My review of Light into Bodies by Nancy Chen Long was just published on Cleaver, Philadelphia’s International Literary magazine. If you’re interested in writing reviews, browse through some the reviews Cleaver publishes in each monthly issue to get a feel for how they are written. Also, many presses/authors will provide a review copy for […]
Ink&Nebula is a new poetry journal “for established voices (Ink) and holding particular space for emerging ones (Nebula).” They accept submissions from both published (Ink submission) and previously unpublished poets (Nebula submission). By previously unpublished they mean “poets who do not have work that has been published by someone […]
The listings below are literary magazines/journals that specifically focus on the artists and writers in the LGBTQ+ community. There are many other literary magazines that support LGBTQ+ contributors. For a more general list of all-inclusive/feminist lit mags, check out my list here: Feminist Lit Mags and Journals. These […]
When Trish asked me to write for her blog a few months ago, I was excited. At the time I belonged to a ladies writing group in Hickory, NC called Hickory Word Weavers. We met twice a month and shared our work. We had about ten minutes of […]
The literary magazines/journals listed below all offer some form of payment, do not charge submission/reading fees, take online submissions, and have submission deadlines from December 15, 2017 – January 15, 2018. This list focuses on poetry submissions, but most lit mags accept prose and art as well. The […]