Literary Journals Publishing Creative Non Fiction

Lunaris Review: Now Seeking Submissions

Lunaris Review is an international journal of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry, based in Nigeria. They aim to “embrace creativity from every corner of the earth” and to create a space where diverse narratives can “thrive symbiotically.” The journal celebrates ideas and artful aesthetics from around the world. Lunaris is published twice a year as…

Emerge Literary Journal: Now Seeking Submissions

Emerge is a literary journal completely dedicated to publishing emerging authors: “Whether you’re a new writer, a writer new to publishing, or a writer with experience experimenting with their style of work, we dedicate ourselves to you.” They publish free-verse poetry and flash prose in a broad range of voices. Launched in 2011, Emerge Literary…

The Saltbush Review: Now Seeking Submissions

The Saltbush Review is an online journal affiliated with the JM Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice at the University of Adelaide in South Australia. They publish both emerging and established authors of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. At the Saltbush Review, they’re looking for writing that’s both rooted and boundaryless: “Like the grey saltbush which blooms…

The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts: Now Seeking Submissions

The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts is an online publisher of shortform writing like micro fiction/nonfiction, flash writing, and prose poetry. The journal is a project of Matter Press. They pay contributors $50 per published piece. At The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts they believe, “that something very small can add up to something very…

Arboreal Literary Magazine: Now Seeking Submissions

Arboreal Literary Magazine is a new print and digital publication of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art. They aim to create a publication that nurtures artistic growth by showcasing a wide range of voices and encouraging creative risk-taking. Arboreal is published online as a downloadable journal, and their next issue will also be published in…

The Berlin Review: Now Seeking Submissions

Updated  April 1oth: The Berlin Review has reached capacity for this submission period, and has closed to submissions. The Berlin Review is a new online journal of literature and art, produced and published in Berlin, Germany. They “just want good writing,” regardless of trends. They aim to publish a diverse range of voices, both emerging…

The Renaissance Review: Now Seeking Submissions

The Renaissance Review is an online journal that aims to merge literature with other disciplines like science and history. They especially love writing that explores a range of passions, like poems that showcase historical figures or fictional stories that explore scientific ideas: “Renaissance artists were not only writers, painters, performers, and musicians, but also inventors,…

Goatshed Press Magazine: Now Seeking Submissions

Goatshed Press Magazine publishes “exciting, unpretentious” poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.  They aim to create a community that uplifts new authors and embraces a wide variety of voices. They also want to create a space where writing is less about rules and more about creativity: “[Goatshed] is for people who believe in Art as Play, as…

Chapter House Journal: Now Seeking Submissions

Chapter House (formerly Mud City) is an online journal produced and published by the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) Low Residency MFA Creative Writing Program. While the journal is grounded in the values of IAIA, they publish a wide range of authors from diverse backgrounds, and they encourage submissions from all historically marginalized groups….

Spank the Carp: Now Seeking Submissions

Spank the Carp is an established online publication of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. They publish approachable writing that appeals to a broad audience, and they avoid writing that’s pretentious or frustratingly perplexing. They aim to, “invite readers to wade into the literary stream, not make them afraid of water for fear it’s too cold.” Since…

Chaotic Merge: Now Seeking Submissions

Chaotic Merge is a print and online publication featuring poetry, fiction, nonfiction, flash writing, screenplays/plays, artwork, and short films. Their name reflects both the writing process—the act of merging thoughts to create order from chaos—and their own publishing process—the act of gathering diverse voices to create each issue of Chaotic Merge. Chaotic Merge was established…

Armstrong Literary: Now Seeking Submissions

Armstrong Literary is an online journal published by the The Queens College MFA in Creative Writing and Literary Translation program. They aim to showcase a diverse range of voices, “a multiplicity of cultures, languages, and experiences.”  They also aim to push the boundaries of language by featuring hybrid and experimental writing alongside other literary work….

Heimat Review: Now Seeking Submissions

Heimat Review is a new online quarterly of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. “Heimat” means home, and Heimat Review aims to create a home for insightful writing: “It is a journal of treehouses and chipped coffee mugs; creaky floors and dusty corners. A place to tape your work to the kitchen fridge.” They’re looking for writing…

BlueHouse Journal: Now Seeking Submissions

BlueHouse Journal is a Canadian publisher of poetry and creative nonfiction, as well as experimental and hybrid forms. They are “focused on the construction of the written self,” and they aim to explore the use of “I” in writing. To get a sense of what they publish, you can read past issues online. BlueHouse was…

L=Y=R=A: Now Seeking Submissions

L=Y=R=A is a new online journal of experimental writing. They aim to explore the inner-workings of language, and the uniqueness of language as it appears to each author: “We want to see how language forms, sounds, tastes, and feels to you, and we want to accrue a body of work that attempts to illustrate the complex…

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