Outlook Springs is a new bi-annual, print and online literary journal “transmitted from the town of Outlook Springs, New Hampshire, which may or may not exist in one or more alternate dimensions.” They don’t charge submission fees and they pay their contributors, $25 fiction/non-fiction and $10 per poem + a contributor copy. […]
Timeless Tales is a quarterly digital magazine exclusively publishing retellings of fairy tales and classic myths since 2013. The current submission window is open for stories (up to 2,000 words) and poems that fit with the theme Arthurian Legends. There is no fee to submit and the magazine pays a […]
Frontier Poetry is a new online poetry magazine launching in May 2017. They are open for submissions for their New Voices category year round. New Voices is open to any new and emerging author who has not published more than one full-length collection of poetry. I wondered how and […]
My Alice in Wonderland found poem “Strange Verses” published in NonBinary Review #10 + PAYING submission calls!
I am honored to have my found poem “Strange Verses” published in issue #10 of NonBinary Review, the literary journal of Zoetic Press. NonBinary Review’s themed issues are fantastic and this one is no exception, with fiction, nonfiction, poetry and art from over 40 authors and artists inspired by Lewis Carroll’s […]
Baltimore Review announced last year they will be paying contributors and they are currently reading for their next issue. “Payment for general submissions is Web exposure and a copy of the compilation in which the author’s work appears. In addition, we are now able to provide contributors with a small […]
Subprimal Poetry Art was founded in 2013 to provide a community for quality thought provoking poetry and other art. They “believe in poetry and other art that takes the reader / viewer / listener out of the ordinary and into an place altered from that which they normally experience. […]
I was honored and pleased to have my poem, “A Way In,” published in the first print issue of Outlook Springs, and I’m just as excited to see them share work from that first issue on their brand new web site! You can read my poem here. “Outlook […]