Writing Re-Enlightenment

Literary Journal Publishing Resources / Links

Posted in Uncategorized by Caralyn Davis on November 12, 2011

I put this together for an online writing class. Hopefully it might help you too.

1. Duotrope’s Digest lets you search for journals according to various parameters: http://www.duotrope.com/

2. Poets & Writers allows you to do the same: http://www.pw.org/literary_magazines?perpage=*

3. NewPages Guide to Literary Magazines can be useful, and they have a Calls for Submissions page and literary magazine reviews as well as a blog that announces new journal launches: http://www.newpages.com/literary-magazines/

4. The Review Review has literary magazine reviews: http://thereviewreview.net/

5. The Review Review also has publishing tips such as:

6. Fiction Writer’s Review also has some journal reviews: http://fictionwritersreview.com/

7. Six Questions for… does interviews with journal editors. I think that’s where I first noticed Monkeybicycle, which ended up publishing one of my pieces this past summer: http://sixquestionsfor.blogspot.com/

8. Perpetual Folly does a Pushcart Prize-based ranking system of journals. They just came out with:

9. Bookfox came out with a ranking system based on Best American Short Stories last year: http://www.thejohnfox.com/bookfox/ranking-of-literary-journ.html

10. The Rankings has various ranking systems and lists of journals that are included in big-time anthologies: http://therankings.wordpress.com/

11. The Million Writers Award can help you find interesting online journals: http://storysouth.com/millionwriters.html

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  1. Becky T said, on December 11, 2011 at 8:46 pm

    Thanks for this terrific resource, and thanks for including us! You’ve compiled a terrific list here!
    -Becky


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