Online Literary and Poetry Magazines M-R



The Minison Project
A site dedicated to Shakespearean styled sonnets. They accept submissions on a rolling basis and have both a monthly and a biannual submissions page.
The Minison Project on Twitter

MoonPark Review
Online journal seeking submissions that pull at the heart strings and haunts the soul. Accepting flash fiction and poetic prose up to 750 words. They are currently reading for the Summer 2021 issue.
MoonPark Reveiew on Twitter


Nightingale and Sparrow
This online literary press has been online since 2018. They are currently closed to submissions but will be opening again in March for their upcoming Harmony issue, due in May.
Nightingale and Sparrow on Twitter


Planet Scumm
A magazine specializing in Sci-Fi in all its forms, as well as speculative fiction. They are accepting submissions until January 11, 2021 for their upcoming issue “Snake Eyes”. **THIS IS CURRENTLY A PAYING MARKET** 
Planet Scumm on Twitter

Plum Recruit
An online journal seeking pieces of prose, poetry, or hybrids of under 1500 words. They are looking for pieces that hit the reader right at their core. They are currently open for submissions.
Plum Recruit on Twitter

Pollux Journal
An online magazine dedicated to multilinguality. They accept a wide range of genres and encourage pieces in different languages. They are currently accepting submissions for their first issue until January 17, 2021.
Pollux Journal on Twitter


Rejection Letters
Not your average literary magazine. They are looking for the odd, the absurd, the tear-jerker, whatever comes to mind. They want your poetry, your prose, and your fictional rejection letters.
Rejection Letters on Twitter

Reservoir Road Literary Review
Seeking submissions of fiction, creative non-fiction, and photography that ask the tough questions and offer the difficult answers. They do not accept poetry, essays, or reviews at this time.
Reservoir Road Literary Review on Twitter

Riot Act
This publication is seeking submissions with a comedy flair. They want fiction, non-fiction, and poetry pieces of under 1,000 words. Though their submissions are currently closed, they will be accepting them again soon.
Riot Act on Twitter


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