Literary Journals Publishing Fiction

January 6, 2022

Short Story: Now Seeking Submissions

Short Story is an online magazine based on Substack that hopes to provide amazing short stories to subscribers, and to pay authors well. They only publish one story a month, but the published author receives $100 plus 50% of the subscription revenue. Depending on the number of subscribers, this could provide excellent payment. According to…

December 30, 2021

Minnow Literary Magazine: Now Seeking Submissions

Minnow Literary Magazine is an online publisher of “minnow-sized literary works and visual creative works that make a big splash.” They’re interested in micro poetry, flash fiction, and short personal essays, and they especially like writing about nature. Minnow has been published online for two years now, and so far they’ve released four quarterly issues….

December 23, 2021

Aniko Press Flash Fiction Competition: Now Seeking Submissions

Aniko Press, based in Australia, is an independent publisher of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry. They aim to showcase new voices and to promote emerging authors. Right now through December 31, they’re accepting submissions for their Summer Flash Fiction Competition (it’s summer in Australia). The theme of the contest is “Delight.” The editors at Aniko…

December 9, 2021

Agapanthus Collective: Now Seeking Submissions

Agapanthus Collective is an online literary journal of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and visual art. They aim to showcase a broad range of voices, and they especially like to spotlight authors from marginalized communities. They publish both English and multilingual writing, including work in Spanish, Arabic, Farsi, Japanese, and French. They also accept translations. Agapanthus…

November 24, 2021

Cerasus Magazine: Now Seeking Submissions

Cerasus Magazine is a print publication featuring poetry, fiction, prose, and artwork from around the world. Each edition includes work from twenty or so contributors. Although the magazine is only available for purchase, you can preview a selection of the content for free on Amazon to get a sense of their style. So far, Cerasus…

November 4, 2021

woolgathering: Now Seeking Submissions

Updated November 4th 2021 4 pm: Their website is currently down due to too many visitors. Please do not visit the link at this time. woolgathering is a new journal established in 2021 and based in the Philippines.  Their goal is to publish new and established writers from around the world. They publish art, prose,…

September 16, 2021

The Deadlands: Now Seeking Submissions

The Deadlands is a new online magazine featuring otherworldly speculative writing about “the ends we face here, and the beginnings we find elsewhere.” It’s an exploration of the unknown world of death, and those who live there. They’re looking for a broad range of cultural perspectives on the afterlife, as well as on the process…

August 26, 2021

Always Crashing: Now Seeking Submissions

Always Crashing is a magazine of experimental poetry and prose. They also publish “nameless things around and in-betweens,” such as collages and videos, and “labyrinths, manifestos” and “the generically transgressive.” You can get a sense of their edgy aesthetic by reading the journal online. Based in Chicago and Pittsburgh, Always Crashing has been published in…

August 12, 2021

The Woolf: Now Seeking Submissions

The Woolf—an online literary journal of micro and flash fiction, short stories, nonfiction, poetry, and multimedia art—is seeking submissions for a new edition that will mark their return from a two-year hiatus. Before closing in 2019, The Woolf had been published for nearly seven years. Now they’re back, with a plan to publish more mixed…

July 22, 2021

Yolk—Now Seeking Submissions

Yolk is an international literary journal of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art based in Montreal. The editors are graduates of writing programs, as well as graduate and undergraduate students. Yolk is published in print—each high-quality volume is beautifully designed—as well as online. You can get a sense of what they publish by reading their…

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