Attention: Paul Suntup
Irvine, CA 92614
Now accepting submissions
for a new Anthology of California poetry, to be published in December 2002. Submissions are open to all
and California affiliated poets.E-Mail submissions welcome. Visit www.tebotbach.org for guidelines.
DEADLINE: August 1, 2004 (Postmarked)
422 N. Cleveland St.
current issue (no.70). $4.50.
Bogg is a journal of
contemporary writing with an Anglo-American slant. Its contents combine innovative American work with a range of writing from
England and the Commonwealth. Any submission without a SASE will not be returned.
Gage & Ms. Barbara Deger, editors
Div. of Liberal
LSU at Eunice
A magazine sized digest
of poetry, fiction & photo art that publishes some of the most widely recognized names in small press, including Raindog.
Send 3 – 5 poems, bio and SASE. Sample copy $5. Reading from Oct. 1 – Mar. 31. Annual
PO Box 60676
and Abby Millager, editors
DINER is flat-spine,
perfect bound and includes submissions from all over the United States. The journal
is published twice a year and contains featured poets along with general submissions.
88: A Journal
of Contemporary American Poetry
P. O. Box 2872
will be considered March1 through May 31 only. Include a SASE for return of manuscripts. No simultaneous submissions or previously
published material will be considered. 5 poems per submission with author name and address appearing on each page.
P.O. Box 540,
A perfect bound, flat
spine anthology of both fiction and poetry. Send 3-5 (email is acceptable but inquire first) poems or a short example of your
fiction piece. LeMoine is very prompt in her responses.
167 Bichner Lane
Press is a small poetry press [which] attempts to continue in the tradition of Kenneth Patchen by bringing together the worlds
of poetry and painting. Broadsides include works by Marie Kazalia, Albert Huffstickler and Richard D. Houff.”
poetry and artwork. Send SASE.
PO Box 5301
Seeks essays, reviews,
articles & biographies for future issues (published bi-monthly). Theme: the creative process. No deadlines. Also seeks
poetry (40 lines max) for upcoming ALL POETRY ISSUE each April. Deadline is FEB 15. Send 1-3 poems, short bio and SASE. Email
subs are also welcome. Check for typos.
DUFUS - ONLINE
Seeks poetry of any
type. Also artwork (jpgs) and Reviews (1000 word max). Dufus - a Poetry Journal
PO Box 2392
Bathtub Gin, a biannual
literary/art magazine, is looking for words and images that have some kick to them...just like the drink! We publish poetry,
short fiction, drama, essays, and artwork.
Make checks payable to: Christopher Harter Single issue: $5.00 / Subscription:
$8.00 (2 issues) (Foreign orders: add $1.00)
A CD Poetry Journal
Send in recordings
of poetry, as good a quality as you can muster. Any format, any length. Live gigs, studio or home recordings accepted. Do
not send originals as we do not return...
Ibbetson Street Press
25 School St.
Send SASE and 3 –
5 poems, + bio. $4/issue, $7/year
P.O. Box 237
Green Bean Press publishes
chapbooks and paperback full-length books only. We do not publish a journal of any kind.
To submit a chapbook manuscript,
first please send approximately 5 poems from the proposed collection, along with the table of contents and author bio w/SASE.
– Everett Rand, Editor
16 Johnson Pasture Dr.
All submissions welcome.
Poetry, micro-fiction, photos, illustrations. Sample copy $4
Trout & Kevyn Knox, Editors -- Bimonthly
223 A Boosler Ave.
and stories. Sample copy $4
Press– Gary Aposhian, editor
Publishes only books
and chapbooks. Seldom publishes non-solicited work. Send sample and cover letter. Include SASE.
Mouse, a quarterly publication of Swan Duckling Press.
M. C. Bruce,
PO Box 586
submission to SWDuckling@aol.com
State Uni. of
1250 Bellflower Blvd.
This anthology of poetry
& fiction & art accepts work from anyone. Send 3 – 5 poems, bio and SASE. Reading period is September –
February of each year. Annual.
Poetry & fiction
& manuscripts (chapbooks) – publishes a nice array of poets, both known and unknown.
PO Box 4973
that surprises the editors.
522 E. South Ave
fiction, interviews, essays & reviews.
Heeltap c/o Rchard D. Houff, editor
604 Hawthorne Ave. East
& chapbook manuscripts
about work & worker’s rights.
Ohio ~ Amber
fiction & reviews.
Yawp / The Synergyst
3700 County Route 24
& fiction. Digest format.
Pearl ~ Barbara
& fiction. Always a good read.
More Mags to chose from
News ~ c/o Joe Speer, editor
1016 Kipling Dr.
& will review books.
Stella Sue Lee, poetry editor
13440 Ventura Blvd. Suite 200
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
Poetry, fiction, reviews
– a well-respected, glossy covered semi-annual anthology which publishes many of the same poets who have graced Lummox
Journal in years past.
~Robert Borgotti, editor
Accepts poetry, fiction,
art & photos. Perfect bound, a very slick yet substantial collection.
PO Box 455
fiction, essays & reviews. Thought provoking.
Phil Taggart, poetry editor
Accepts poetry, short
fiction & art. A beautiful portfolio of original art and words. Published monthly and distributed to several world-class
museum collections and subscribers in a very limited edition. Highly recommended.
1151 Mass. Ave
A quarterly journal
that is published and distributed by homeless people in
Boston to help them earn an honorable wage. Seeks poesy, articles, reviews. Subscription
is $25, it's for a good cause....
email:firstname.lastname@example.org Spare Change
of Literature & Language Arts
435 College Ave.
poetry & fiction. Digest format
Jack Heflin & William Ryan, editors
700 University Ave.
Accepts poetry, fiction,
essays & Photo/artwork. Perfect bound, digest format. Semi annual.
– Joseph Farley, editor
poetry & fiction. Good, solid work. Magazine format
Valley Poetry Quarterly
Email submissions only.
3 poems. Sometimes there’s a cash prize for best poem. Good, solid work. Magazine format.
Brian Morrisey, editor.
106 Campbell St. #5
Santa Cruz, CA. 95060
and reviews. A great newsprint magazine with great circulation!
~ RD Armstrong
3700 County Rte. 24
~ Mark Weber
725 Van Buren
Press – Joshua Bodwell
PO Box 7270
Press – M. C. Bruce
PO Box 586
– Joseph Farley
DEATH SHIP ~
Violet Jones, editor
of a variety of zines, chapbooks, etc. Recommended.
~ RD Armstrong, ed.
Short but straight-forward
reviews by the editor. Longer reviews
SMALL PRESS REVIEW
~ Len Fulton, ed.
who of small press reviews.
FROM THE MARROW
~John Berbrich, ed.
3700 County Route 24
books honestly, short and to the point.
ZINE GUIDE --
Brent Ritzel ed/pub.
USA - $6 sample copy
Reviews the “top
100” – mostly mags and recordings. Excellent source book for those seeking publication. The 152-page Zine Guide
offers hundreds of new zine listings and thousands of updates, including covers to scores of the most important zines in the
world today. Sounds good.
ZINE WORLD ~Jerianne,
300 + reviews
in all categories from music to poetry zines.
~ A Guide to Small Press & Alternative Publishing
C/O Hobnail Press
PO Box 44122
London SW6 7XJ,
looking reviews mag out of England. They seek all types of mags & zines. Also looking for articles on SP &
Alt. publishing (2000 words or less), news & other material about life beyond the mainstream. Send cash in USD for
a sample copy ($2) or $10 for 5 issues.
WEB LINKS TO SOME OF THE MAGS LISTED ABOVE, ETC.