Creative Nonfiction Magazines, Zines and Podcasts

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3Elements Review

Unique quarterly literary journal publishing fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, & photography. Est. July 2013. 3Elements is a themed journal. All three elements of the theme must be included in the work to be considered for publication.

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Abalone Mountain Press

Abalone Mountain Press is a Diné woman owned press located. We are a indigiqueer, trans, non-binary, Black Indigenous, Indigenous feminist friendly press.

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Abandon Journal

Literary journal from Austin. Abandon Journal exists to showcase writing and artwork that has been created with abandon. Each issue we showcase work that "abandons form," and every other issue will be a variation on a theme of abandon.

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Alebrijes Review

The Latino literary magazine for colorful, whimsical, monstrous art.

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Amethyst Review

Welcome to Amethyst Review, a new publication for readers and writers who are interested in creative exploration of spirituality and the sacred. Readers and writers of all religions and none are most welcome.

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Banshee

Banshee Press is a small independent Irish publisher responsible for the print literary journal, Banshee, as well as a select list of books. Banshee welcomes submissions from both Irish and international writers of any background, including first-time writers. We welcome work from members of groups or communities typically under-represented within literature, whether or not the work addresses this.

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Brown Sugar Lit

Brown Sugar is a womanist* (feminist of color) literary magazine. We are for misrepresented and unrepresented multicultural races, sexualities, religions, and identities. We accept various forms of content that capture the BIPOC experience. Give us all of your art, poetry, fiction, and more

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Club Plum Literary Journal

Club Plum is a house party. We play all the good music. The DJ dances and laughs and knows that today is yesterday, and today is tomorrow, and pain is forever, so we’ve got to crack out the joy and ride the beat. If you read or write flash fiction, prose poetry, hybrid works or creative nonfiction that cause the DJ to drop the needle, you are invited.

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Dead Skunk Mag

A Lit Mag That Doesn’t Stink. The universe is a spectacular drama unfolding in real-time and Dead Skunk feels zero obligation to remain on standby.

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Empty House Press

We are looking for writing that addresses the way narrative and presence adhere to place and the way they vanish. We encourage broad interpretations of what the idea or image of an empty house might evoke. This includes but is not limited to writing about home, landscape, place, memory, and of course, the atmosphere of previously inhabited spaces.

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McNeese Review

The McNeese Review is a print literary journal produced by students in McNeese State’s MFA program. We also publish Boudin, an eclectic home for online work.

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Nightmare Magazine

Monthly magazine of horror and dark fantasy short fiction published both online and in ebook format.

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Nimrod International Journal of Prose and Poetry

Founded at The University of Tulsa, Nimrod International Journal has been bringing you the best new voices in literature since 1956. Nimrod is published twice a year and features the best new poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction.

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Opia

Quarterly magazine publishing prose, poetry & visual art by marginalised & underrepresented creatives.

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Paddler Press

Poetry journal based in Peterborough/Nogojiwanong, ON. Our goal is to share the work of amazing creators with the world.

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phoebe

phoebe publishes poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and visual art. Above all, we seek to publish quality work.

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Prairie Schooner

Prairie Schooner, a national literary quarterly published with the support of the English Department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the University of Nebraska Press, is home to the best fiction, poetry, essays, and reviews being published today by beginning, mid-career, and established writers.

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Queerlings

A literary magazine of queer writing from LGBTQIA+ voices

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Renaissance Review

A youth-led literary magazine dedicated to publishing art & writing that combines two or more disciplines!

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Sage Cigarettes

Small, inclusive online magazine - witch run, lovers of the written word

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Sazeracs, Smoky Ink

A new literary magazine best served in a chilled glass, paired with the hum of dinner party chatter.

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The Augment Review

We are a student-run literary magazine working to uplift youth voices and experiences, in addition to providing a space for constructive feedback and growth.

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The Deadlands

The Deadlands is a monthly speculative fiction (science fiction, horror, fantasy, apocalyptic, supernatural) magazine, exploring all aspects of Death and the borders it shares with the living.

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The Nonconformist Magazine

The sharpest literary magazine around. Open to submissions of fiction, poetry, experimental fiction and poetry, book reviews, literary criticism, & essays.