|Local Literary Journals|
||Dislocate is a print literary journal published by students in the MFA
program in Creative Writing at the University of Minnesota. Everyone is
welcome to submit.
||The undergraduate art and literary literary magazine of the University of Minnesota.
It was previously called "The Wayfarer". Ivory Tower publishes only undergraduate student submissions.
||A wonderful print poetry journal.
||A literary e-zine based in St. Paul's Midway neighborhood.
||A national book review magazine based in the Twin Cities. They also
||A literary arts organization based in Lowertown, St. Paul. They also publish literature online.
||A very hard-to-find literary journal that has been around since 1989,
published "whenver the hell they feel like it". They also
publish books on a limited basis.
||A literary journal produced by Hamline University's MFA program.
It appears once a year and publishes nationally known authors, as well as up-and-coming local writers.
|Other Literary Journals|
|Leaves of Ink
||A swell little poetry site that publishes a new poem every day.
||This experimental site is a fusion of writing, graphic arts, music and animation.
A fascinating mishmash of everything!
|Blue Bonnet Review
||A professionally done e-zine that also puts out a yearly print issue. They publish fiction, poetry and non-fiction.
|The Stinging Fly
||A handsome print journal out of Dublin. They have some content from
their back issues on the web.
||A curious, engaging print and web journal out of Lawrence, KS.
||A new print & e-zine out of Northern California. And in case
you're wondering what "no÷" means - it's Greek for "mind", according to
||A new journal of travel writing and exploration.
||"The Minneapolis Writers' Workshop is a group of professional writers
that meet weekly in Minneapolis, Minnesota. We mentor writers to help them
sell their work. We have been meeting weekly since 1937."
of Fiction Fields
||A large and well-managed index of print and web 'zines that publish
fiction and poetry. You can search by genre and story length. Includes pay
scales and overview of each magazine. Note - the site now charges a fee to use.
|The Review Review
||As the name suggests, The Review Review reviews other literary reviews.
They also have extensive links to literary journals online and in print, including format and submissions details.
||A well-written and comprehensive site containing profiles and
bibliographies of a vast assortment of writers. Most of the big names of
the past can be found here, as well as better-known contemporary authors
||A writer's center, located in Minneapolis. The Loft sponsors
workshops, readings and other special events.
||One of the premier book review sites in the country.
||An "internet newsstand" with links to a large number of web 'zines and
|Poetry in the Arts
||An Austin, Texas-based organization founded "to promote poetry as a
cultural alternative". They publish anthologies and have an excellent
publisher and literary periodical database.
||A good forum for short stories, screenplays, and other writing.
|Coffe House Press
||A small Twin Cities publisher with an excellent poetry offering.
||A small publisher for 25 years, now located in the Twin Cities.
|Marsh River Editions
||Marsh River Editions, which formerly published FreeVerse, still publishes poetry books and chapbooks.
||A Twin Cities publisher of poetry and fiction with an emphasis on
cultural diversity and the environment.
||A publisher of asemic writing, visual poetry, and other art/writing hybrids. They opened their doors in 2017, and are a sister press to Asemic Editions.
||Mike Ramberg's home page. Mike has some of his work posted here.
|Tony Rauch's website
||Tony has info in his books and screenplays here.
||Whistling Shade's zany editor, Joel Van Valin, has some of his own
work posted here.