Parentheses Journal is a new online literary magazine recently founded by Sneha Subramanian Kanta and Harshal Desai. Their vision for the new journal is described as a “collaborative venture in the quest for sharing art, operating on the quintessence of art for art’s sake.” I wondered how and why […]
Pøst is a new bi-lingual online journal publishing in both English and French, seeking “new poetic tools to represent contemporary society, which is characterized by globalization (suppression of geographical borders, blending of languages) and plurality (fluidity in any and every form, fragmentation of identities).” I wondered how and […]
Bald Woman is a new online zine seeking submissions of poetry, short stories, essays, art, or photos for their first issue, from trans people, non-binary people, people who are genderfluid, people who don’t really know how to identify yet, people who are questioning gender, people who are agender, […]
I’m both pleased and honored to have such a good home for my poem “Preparation” published online at The Penn Review. They are known for their fast response time, and got back to me on my submission within two days! The Penn Review was founded in 1966, making it the oldest […]
One Hand Clapping is a new print and online literary magazine that offers great writing for free. “It aims to give a platform to unpublished and lesser-known writers by allowing them to share a space with those who are more established.” You can read their first issue here. For […]
The unique thing about Jacar Press’ gorgeous online magazine One, is that they read until they find the 21 poems they really love, and those poems then make up the next issue. So submit early for your best chances to be published! Jacar Press “believes that writing still matters. . […]
My collaboration poem “Three atheists and a Mormon walk into a café” published in Crab Fat’s atheist issue + they are open for submissions!
This is my first collaboration poem to be published! Bonnie Shiffler-Olsen and I set to writing this piece together. You can read more of Shiffler-Olsen’s poetry in Quarterly West and Rust + Moth. We’re honored to have “Three atheists and a Mormon walk into a café” published in […]