Places to publish your writing

I’ve been doing some research and thought I would share. If you’re looking for a place to publish your writing, these links might help!

 

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2River

32 Poems Magazine

A

Adirondack Review

American Poetry Review

Artist Trust

A Room of Her Own

The Atlantic

Atlanta Review International Poetry Competition

B

Barrow Street

Bellingham Review Literary Award

Blackbird

Big Bridge

BOMB Magazine

Boston Review

C

Cavalcade

Chronogram

Cimarron Review

Circumference: Poetry in Translation

Colorado Review

Colorado Review Nelligan Prize

Conduit

Conjunctions

D

Drunken Boat

E

Eleven Bulls

Exquisite Corpse

F

Fairfield Review

Fence

Fiction Collective Two

FIELD

Fish Poetry Contest

Fish Flash Fiction Contest

Five Fingers Review

Fourth Genre Michael Steinberg Essay Prize

Free Verse

G

The Georgia Review

Glimmer Train

H

Hidden River Publishing Eludia Award

Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine

J

Jacket Magazine

Jubilat

K

Kenyon Review

L

La Petite Zine

The Ledge Fiction Award

Literal Latte Contest

Literal Latte

Lorian Hemingway Short Story Competition

M

McSweeney’s

Manhattan Review

The Melic Review

Missouri Review

N

The Nation

Narrative Magazine

New American Writing

New Delta Review

New Letters

O

Octopus Magazine

Open City

Orchid: A Literary Review

Oyster Boy Review

P

The Paris Review

Pif Magazine

The Pinch Literary Awards

Ploughshares

poetry.org

Poetry Daily

Poetry Magazine

Poetry Foundation

Puerto del Sol

R

The Rag

Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation

S

St. Petersburg Review Poetry Contest

Sewanee Review

Shenandoah

Slope

Spinning Jenny

Spoon River Poetry River

Story South

T

Tampa Review

Tarpaulin Sky Press

Terra Incognita

Third Coast Magazine

Tin House

Tough Crowd Magazine

V

Virginia Quarterly Review

W

Web del Sol

Windfall: A Journal of Poetry of Place

Words Without Borders

Writers at Work Fellowship Competition


3 thoughts on “Places to publish your writing

  1. when we work together we tend to get things done an awful lot faster. i guess that’s why they invented the consumer, they could stop us when they liked, charge us what they liked, until the new consumer came along. it feels like a factory of souls, this world, perhaps it is.

    On Thu, May 30, 2013 at 11:52 AM, Word Wabbit

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