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Journals


"It is very pleasant to be written up, even by a writer."

Joyce Cary


The following list of online magazines and literary journals represents a sampling of some of the high-quality online publishing in fiction and poetry. The list is not inclusive of all that is out there. Some are purely online; some, as indicated, are online versions of a print magazine.

Afternoon
An online publication featuring poems, fiction, plays, and images. It is intended to be a storehouse where everything that is put up will stay up. Accepts submissions.
Barcelona Review
INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY FICTION.
The Blue Moon Review
Triannual online review. Features fiction, poetry, and RealAudio format of readings from works such as Choices by Mary Lee Settle.
The Bridge
Contemporary literary ezine featuring talented amateur writers of poetry and fiction. Also has a book review section.
Oyster Bay Review
Online and in print, fiction and poetry. Published in Carrboro, NC. Looking to expose new and gifted writers.
Pif
Literary journal dedicated to publishing high-quality fiction and poetry by new and established writers. Also accepts essays and reviews on unsolicited basis. All rights remain with authors.
The Journal of Gadda Studies
An on-line yearly publication. Each issue is thematically organised, with a strong comparative literature element. It is linked to introductory material specifically designed for undergraduate & graduate courses. Cutting edge scholarship in the main issues has its counterpart in an Archive of classic articles. It offers a comprehensive and regularly updated Bibliography section.
Glimmer Train Press
Quarterly short story print magazine. Every issue includes six illustrated short stories and two interviews with writers and artists. The stories are not published online, only highlights of what was published in print. The interesting Internet service provided in this site is the Writer's Ask section where every few weeks they publish questions answered by some of their favorite published writers and creative writing professors. Submission guidelines. Pays $500 for story.
A web-specific version of the monthly print magazine. Submissions invited. Annual monetary prizes for fiction and poetry.
ken*again
A quarterly, nonprofit e-zine presenting a hearty, eclectic mix of prose, poetry, art and photography: accessible, obscure, soothing, disturbing.
Ploughshares
Published three times a year. Online version offers samples of each issue. Writer's guidelines.
sendecki.com
An e-zine that features both established and emerging poets, artists, and writers from around the world.

Updated June 12, 2001
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