Magazines, Zines and Podcasts Publishing Literary Fiction

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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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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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African Voices

African Voices is an international, literary magazine devoted to the promotion of fiction, non- fiction, poetry and visual arts created by people of color. Founded in 1992, African Voices is published three times a year (2 print issues and 1 digital issue) and distributed throughout the United States and abroad.

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AGNI

Known for publishing important new writers early in their careers (PEN), AGNI discovers stories, poems, and essays that map our pressured interiority and respond in necessary ways to the bedevilled state of the world. A literary beacon since 1972. Publishes short fiction, nonfiction and poetry.

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Alebrijes Review

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

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ang(st) zine

Intersectional transnational queer feminist art. We publish poetry and prose (creative non-fiction, micros, diary entries, personal essays, etc.) We do not publish literary or pop-culture criticism, reviews, or research articles.

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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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Bedfellows Magazine

Biannual print & online literary magazine focused on sex/desire/intimacy (not erotica), including their lack & complications.

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Beneath Ceaseless Skies

Beneath Ceaseless Skies is a Hugo Award finalist magazine of literary adventure fantasy, featuring authors such as Marie Brennan, Yoon Ha Lee and Richard Parks.

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Blood Bath Literary Zine

Blood Bath is a literary zine; produced in print and EPUB, it is dedicated to exposing Scottish fiction’s weird horror underbelly, publishing horror/genre poetry, short stories and illustration. Horror is our first love, but we also accept science fiction, fantasy and all manner of genre-blending concoctions.

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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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Capsule Stories

Capsule Stories is a print literary magazine published every season. Submissions open year-round. Looking for stories that can touch the heart. Stories that come from the heart. Stories about love, identity, the self, the world, the human condition. Stories that show what living in this world as the human you are is like.

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Dream Glow Magazine

Literary magazine striving to legitimize the experiences of artists and writers inspired by the artistic project of BTS.

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Fiery Scribe Review

Fiery Scribe Review is an online literary journal created to amplify passionate voices internationally, through poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. We are run by undergraduates who see the need to embrace any compelling piece of art, except hardcore contents. Fiery Scribe Review is not a paying magazine, but we make our tri-annual issues freely available to the public in downloadable PDF.

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Fusion Fragment

Science fiction magazine launched in March 2020 featuring short stories and novelettes that lean towards slipstream, cyberpunk, post-apocalypse, and anything with a little taste of the bizarre.

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Kalonopia Collective

Kalonopia is a literary collective to empower visually disabled and blind writers. Open to ALL writers on theme: VISION. NO ABLEISM.

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Lamplit Underground

Lamplit Underground is an online literary/arts magazine devoted to all that is slightly odd, a touch off-putting and in most cases, beautifully so.

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LEON Literary Review

LEON is a bimonthly online literary review publishing poetry, fiction and essay.

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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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Moon Cola

Moon cola zine is a new diy bi-monthly literary and art zine! We are looking for art and writing that takes us to the moon and back and leaves us feeling fuzzy. We love emotional, nostalgic, sweet, and sour!

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New Gothic Review

New Gothic Review is an online, bi-annual literary magazine for modern Gothic and Weird short fiction. These are stories for the 21st century, stories that rot from the inside out.

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Nurture

Nurture is a literary journal for writing that values economy of language, precision of detail, and humor. We have a soft spot for work that explores the complexities of care and celebrate the prickly and subversive — work that resists easy classification, that probes the absurd realities of being human, that complicates care and challenges convention about what it means to nurture.

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Orion’s Belt

Orion’s Belt is the home of bold, experimental literary science fiction and fantasy. We want stories that make us think about our place in the universe and our relationships with each other.

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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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PRISM international

Western Canada’s oldest literary magazine, featuring contemporary writing from around the world. Based out of @UBC’s creative writing program.

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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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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 Dark Sire

The Dark Sire is a speculative literary journal, a magazine for the unconventional reader of gothic, horror, fantasy, and psychological realism in short fiction, poetry, and art

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The Incandescent Review

A nonprofit magazine illuminating youth voices and crafting arts-based solutions to world issues. Our literary magazine publishes quarterly. We are looking for work that expresses honest opinions and emotional responses to timely and relevant personal or world issues. You are eligible for submission if you are between the ages of 13 and 24.

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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.

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Tree And Stone

A magazine for literary/speculative fiction and art/photography. Accepts most subgenres of science fiction and fantasy.

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Vautrin Magazine

A print and online literary magazine geared toward gritty urban fiction, crime/mystery fiction, and satire. Book reviews and essays cover similar material. We also include poetry when it fits the spirit of the magazine.

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Warning Lines Literary

Indie literary journal by queer & neurodivergent creators. We especially want to hear from QTPOC, neurodivergent POC, and those multiply marginalized.

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ZiN Daily Literary Magazine

ZiN Daily is an international literary magazine that was founded in 2017 and since then has published many established and emerging writers.

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Zizzle Literary

A literary anthology series for young minds. At Zizzle we look for stories that will surprise, move, and amuse both young and older imaginative minds. We like fiction that dives deep into meaning and resists banality. We believe the moral, if any, of a great story should evolve naturally and not be imposed. We embrace fresh perspectives on the nuanced joys and tensions in kids’ daily lives and imaginations. We are open to pieces that defy traditional storytelling. Tasteful humor and a strong voice always appeal to us.