Top Ten Online Literary Magazines I Officially Want to Submit To…

22 Jul

… and will hopefully accept my work.

(in no particular order)

1. Monkey Bicycle:

I mean, what a cool name…

2. decomP magazine:

Works featured on their site have been nominated for the Pushcart… I’m in. Plus their editor-in-chief has a really cool blog.

3. PANK:

They’ve already accepted a poem of mine, but nevertheless, I’m officially obsessed with them. No big deal. Oh, and I won a free book from their blog.

4. Fifth Wednesday Journal:

Because I want my work to be considered “quality writing which is entertaining, intellectually stimulating, and emotionally meaningful for the reader.” (see here)

5. Keyhole:

I really want to read the book they just published by Stephanie Johnson — One of These is Not Like the Other.

6. Frostwriting:

I mean, just look at their site. Look at it.

7. > kill author:

We’ve been over this. See previous post.

8. Beloit Poetry Journal:

Because they are cool.

9. Storyglossia:

They make me want to write good short stories. Nuff said.

10. FRiGG Magazine:

If nothing else, their twitter cracks me up.

For more super cool literary journals, check out NewPages.


2 Responses to “Top Ten Online Literary Magazines I Officially Want to Submit To…”

  1. Jason Jordan July 27, 2009 at 2:47 pm #

    Hey Sarah. Thanks for the mention. Actually, those decomP stories were simply nominated for the Pushcart Prize; none won as far as I know. But, I’m crossing my fingers that we’ll get one in the future.

    I’ve linked to you on my blog. 🙂

    • sharste July 27, 2009 at 2:49 pm #

      I’ll make the correction! Thanks for the link!

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