Online Literary and Poetry Magazines A-F



Agapanthus Collective
Currently seeking submissions for their weekly publications. They accept poetry, fiction, cnf, and art.
Agapanthus Collective on Twitter

All Female Menu
A place for anyone who identifies as a canonically-excluded gender. They publish both physical and online magazine, or “menus”. **THIS IS CURRENTLY A PAYING MARKET**
All Female Menu on Twitter

Authylem Literary Magazine
An online magazine looking to showcase voices of the real. They are accepting submissions for their first issue through January 31, 2021. They accept poetry in any form and short fiction of up to 10 pages.
Authylem Literary Magazine on Twitter


Bear Creek Gazette
A newspaper-style magazine seeking items that would normally be found in a typical paper. Pieces should have an odd, weird, eerie, or strange feel to them. They will be opening submissions for the next issue will be February 10th. **THIS IS CURRENTLY A PAYING MARKET**
Bear Creek Gazette on Twitter


The Daily Drunk Magazine
An online humor magazine accepting submissions on a rolling basis. They publish on a daily basis and are always looking for poetry, prose, essays and anything else that makes them laugh. (I’ve been published in this pub and editor Shawn Berman is WAY easy to work with)
The Daily Drunk Magazine on Twitter

Dream Journal
An online magazine looking for the odd, the strange, and the just plain bizarre in 1,000 words or less. Currently accepting submissions for their February theme: Evil Ex.
Dream Journal on Twitter


Emerge Literary Journal
A magazine that seeks to publish flash fiction and free verse poetry by emerging writers. They accept submissions on a rolling basis and publish bi-monthly. They’ve been around for 9 years and are still going strong.
Emerge Literary Journal on Twitter

Eunoia Review
This Singapore-based magazine accepts submissions on a regular basis. They’re looking for poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction. They’ve been around since 2010 and add new work on a daily basis.
Eunoia Review on Twitter


Farside Review
A quarterly magazine seeking emerging voices. They’re looking for pieces that come from a place that is as mysterious as the farside of the moon. They are accepting submissions through March 31, 2021 for their first issue.
Farside Review on Twitter

Fifty Fifty Lit Magazine
Seeking creative pieces that makes the mind work. They want work that blurs the lines between reality and the other-worldly. If it’s different, odd, experimental, it might be just what they’re looking for. Submissions are currently closed but will open again soon for their April issue.
Fifty Fifty Lit Magazine on Twitter

The Friday Fix Fiction
An online magazine looking to publish 50-word stories on the last Friday of each month. They are accepting submissions for their first issue due out the last Friday of January 2021. (I’ve worked with editor Justin Deming elsewhere and he is amazing at what he does. I highly recommend this publication)
The Friday Fix Fiction on Twitter



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