Category: Print Lit Mag/Journal

NO FEE/THEMED submission call + editor interview – Tipping the Scales, DEADLINE: June 1, 2021

Tipping the Scales is a new lesbian literary and arts journal by lesbians/for lesbians. They offer print, e-book, and PDF versions of their issues published quarterly. They are currently open for poetry, fiction, nonfiction, flash fiction, photography, and art. Feminist leaning lit mags and journals are some of […]

My poem “In Having Been to the Capella Sistina” published by Existere + Paying submission call!

Many thanks to Existere for publishing my poem “In Having Been to the Capella Sistina” about exactly that, a not too long ago visit to the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City that feels worlds and worlds away. Just as I was finding the means to travel and the […]

THEMED/NO FEE Submission call + editor interview – Sinister Wisdom, DEADLINE: Open year-round

Sinister Wisdom is a multicultural lesbian literary & art journal that publishes four issues each year. Publishing since 1976, Sinister Wisdom works to create a multicultural, multi-class lesbian space. “Sinister Wisdom seeks to open, consider and advance the exploration of lesbian community issues. Sinister Wisdom recognizes the power […]

PAYING/NO FEE Submission call + editor interview – Banshee, DEADLINE: March 31, 2021

Banshee is a print literary journal published twice a year published by Banshee Press, a small independent Irish publisher established in 2014. They are currently open for short stories, flash fiction, poetry and personal essays. For more information, see my interview with founder Claire Hennessy with a link to […]

NO FEE/THEMED submission call + editor interview – Tipping the Scales, DEADLINE: Mar. 4, 2021

Tipping the Scales is a new lesbian literary and arts journal by lesbians/for lesbians. They offer print, e-book, and PDF versions of their issues published quarterly. They are currently open for poetry, fiction, nonfiction, flash fiction, photography, and art. Feminist leaning lit mags and journals are some of […]

NO FEE Submission call + editor interview – Simple Machines (NEW!), DEADLINE: Jan. 31, 2021

Simple Machines is a new letterpress poetry journal. From their The What page “Language as a lever, a wedge, or a screw, an elemental human instrument of magic modifying motion and force to perform the most difficult of labors, love—itself a Simple Machine.” They are currently seeking poetry submissions for their first […]

PAYING/NO FEE submission call + editor interview – Writers Resist, DEADLINE: Open Year-Round

Writers Resist is a feminist literary collective born of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election, publishing poetry, fiction, narrative nonfiction, essays and images online bi-weekly and bi-annually in a print anthology. I’m honored to have my poem “I Do Not Wait” published in their current  October 2020 Issue. You can […]

NO FEE/THEMED submission call + editor interview – SAQA Regional (Fresh Fish), DEADLINE: Oct. 31, 2020

The SAQA Florida Region presents a multi-disciplinary collaborative project to celebrate Florida’s waters as part of the 2022 SAQA Annual Conference in St. Petersburg, Florida. Poets are invited to submit poetry related to Florida underwater life: fish, sea creatures, water and its movement or other related concepts. “We […]

PAYING/NO FEE submission call + editors interview – SAND (Int’l journal), DEADLINE: Sept. 1, 2020

SAND is a nonprofit literary journal based in Berlin and published twice a year by a team from the city's international community. Featuring work by writers, translators, and artists from around the world, SAND seeks out fresh and underrepresented perspectives. I was curious how and why this art […]

12 NO FEE/PAYING Literary Mags – Deadlines: August 1 – 31, 2020

The literary magazines/journals and contests listed below all offer some form of payment, do not charge submission/reading fees, take online submissions, and have submission deadlines in August 2020. This list focuses on poetry submissions, but most lit mags accept prose and art as well. The listings are in […]

Trish Hopkinson
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