Memorious only accepting submissions for our art song contest. We are closed for new general submissions until further notice. Online literary journal publishing poetry, fiction, and views on literary craft, including reviews, interviews, and sketches. Memorious was founded in 2004 by Robert Arnold, Rebecca Morgan Frank, and Brian Green.
Work from Memorious is forthcoming in Best American Poetry 2012 and has been been featured in print anthologies Best New Poets (2010, 2009, 2008, 2006) and Best of the Web (2010, 2009, and 2008), as well as the online Best of the Net 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007.
Words without Borders: Rather wonderful poetry in translation
The Poetry Porch accepts submissions in January.
Agni Check back in September for submissions. AGNI was founded in 1972 at Antioch College by undergraduate Askold Melnyczuk, a then-aspiring (now accomplished) writer with his own vision of a vehicle for alternative news, visual arts, and literature. Melnyczuk was interested in creating a magazine that would feature a new generation of writers and visual artists.
We see literature and the arts as part of a broad, ongoing cultural conversation that every society needs to remain vibrant and alive. Literature for literature’s sake is not what AGNI is about. Our writers and artists hold a mirror up to nature, mankind, the world; they courageously reflect their age, for better or worse; and their work provokes perceptions and thoughts that help us understand and respond to our age.
Salamander Closed for submissions until 1st September to 30th April. A nonprofit literary organization that publishes a biannual magazine of poetry, fiction, memoir, and works in translation. It was founded by Jennifer Barber in 1992 with the aim of publishing a generation of writers reaching artistic maturity and deserving of a wider audience alongside new work by established writers. In addition to the magazine, Salamander, Inc. sponsors events and readings in the Boston area and in New York. Salamander became affiliated with Suffolk University in the fall of 2005.
Northern Liberties Review. A quarterly online journal of masterful fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, and art. Northern Liberties is a unique neighborhood located just north of downtown Philadelphia.