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Literary Journals Always Open to Submissions

This list features only literary journals that are always open to submissions and are listed in no particular order.


The Sun -
This established literary journal with great distribution is always open to submissions of poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction

Maudlin House - an e-journal that publishes one new issue every month. They publish flash fiction, fiction, videos, art, and poems. They are not averse to publishing genre work. They are particularly interested in publishing work that explores the human condition.

The New Yorker - They are always open to submissions in most of the categories that they publish (although they never accept direct non-fiction submissions), but they sometimes close one down to general submissions for a few months at a time.

Plum Tree Tavern - An approachable poetry journal has a high acceptance rates but strict guidelines in terms of what they are interested in.

DIAGRAm - an online literary journal that has over a million visitors per month. They have a reputation for publishing unusual and new work. They publish flash fiction, poetry, essays, and short stories. They also publish visual art.

Carve - publishes honest fiction online and hosts the Raymond Carver Short Story Contest. While formally based in Dallas, Texas, the staff and volunteers who help the magazine thrive are from all over the world. They are open to fee free submissions by post.

The Fictional Café - an online magazine and forum for authors and artists, publishing new poetry, fiction, novel excerpts, podcasts, and artwork of all genres each month. Like a virtual coffee shop, The Fictional Café is a meeting place for authors and artists to read, share, and discuss great writing and artwork.

Poetry Magazine - has wonderful distribution and are the most established and well funded literary journal in the world. It is very difficult to get your work published here.

Barnstorm - publishes nonfiction, fiction, and poetry.

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