Little Buffalo is an interactive, artistic magazine and learning platform that teaches English to children aged 6 years old and onwards. Their next magazine (2017) will be themed around ‘homes around the world’, and they’re looking for submissions! Email them for more information or to submit your work: email@example.com.
Published quarterly, The Poetry Review is The Poetry Society’s magazine, full of new poems, reviews, essays and more. The Poetry Review is mailed to all Full Members of The Poetry Society and is stocked in leading bookshops worldwide. The magazine welcomes submissions from prospective contributors.
Risen Magazine is open for submissions on any theme, in any genre or medium. Check out their site and see if your work fits in with their vision!
Originally founded in Cardiff, ‘Are You Lost Yet?’ is a UK-based creative zine and blog for 16-25 year olds. We feature poetry, creative writing, articles, illustration and photography. Accepting submissions year-round, we publish an annual printed zine, and are always looking for pieces to feature on our blog!
HEBE is a poetry magazine that publishes the work of poets aged 18 and under.
Cake magazine is a high quality, print based magazine publishing new poetry, flash fiction, comment and reviews. The magazine places new writers alongside established names and promotes the work of young writers. Submit up to six poems or 500 words of flash fiction via the Cake website.
Foxglove Journal is a new and exciting haven for poetry and short fiction. It showcases work that thrills, comforts and stimulates.
Fur-Lined Ghettos publishes poetry, prose and short-fiction by new and established writers. We enjoy the surreal, the absurd, the nonsensical, the complicated, the simple, the truth, the lies, the complexity of words, the ecstasy of genius, the delightful power we find in the spaces between and dancing at the discothèque.
Publishes work by featured writers, as well as high quality reviews, essays and occasional illustrations. Editor Joshua Jones has broad tastes, embracing philosophically informed and non-mainstream styles as well as robust critical writing. This magazine is “currently on hiatus” (as of summer 2013).
An international online literary and art publication for and by students from 12-18 years old. Seeks creative and critical work that can be represented in digital forms: poetry, music, art of any medium, narratives, essays, book/song/movie reviews, multimedia, etc. Their staff is comprised of over twenty teen editors, translators, illustrators, and technology assistants around the […]
Far Off Places is a young magazine featuring creative writing and illustration which launched in spring 2013. It aims to create a stage for emerging writers to strut their stuff, both traditional and experimental.
Popshot is an illustrated literary magazine that publishes short stories, flash fiction, and poetry from the literary new blood. Dubbed “a complete literary butterfly of a journal” by The Huffington Post and one of “the fresh breed of literary magazines” by The Independent, each issue sees illustrators and writers combine forces to explore a particular […]
The Coterie is the newest haven for creative and passionate students aged 12-18. They are looking for genuine, unique and thought-provoking forms of creative expression. Check out their website to find out more!
The Rialto is one of the UK’s leading poetry publications, and is published three times a year. Not currently accepting submissions.
Blackbox Manifold is an online forum with a slant towards innovative poetry that has prose, narrative, or sequences in its sights. Its aim is to present new juxtapositions of voice while using the Web’s fluid solidity to cast around for as wide and varied a readership as possible. You are welcome to submit up to four […]
Write On! Magazine is an online magazine featuring writing from children and young people from the West Midlands, produced by Writing West Midlands. Issues are published termly and they welcome submissions of any kind of creative writing
A poetry magazine with a different editor every issue. Magma’s aim is is to promote the very best in contemporary poetry. It may come from previously unpublished or emerging poets or the more established. Magma makes a point of including unknown poets alongside known names, and has published Seamus Heaney, Don Paterson, Sean O’Brien, Alice Oswald, Al Alvarez, […]
Ambit is a 96-page quarterly literary and art magazine. It is created in London, published in the UK, and read internationally. It’s available through subscription, in selected bookshops, and in libraries worldwide.
What’s Your Story?’ is Scottish Book Trust’s brand new development programme for teenage writers & illustrators in Scotland.
Cadaverine Magazine publishes new poetry, prose and non-fiction by writers under 30. The editors’ aim is to showcase contemporary, innovative and original new writing; editors work with young people to help them achieve the fullest potential in their work. Cadaverine Magazine also provides internship opportunities and helps young people perform throughout the country.
Lemon Curd is an online platform that seeks to explore human nature and all that stems from it. Through sharing experiences and thoughts, we aim to challenge and at times escape the constraints of society. To submit or for more information please visit their website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
bind is an online platform which raises climate change awareness through creativity, inviting contributors to share work which examines environmental issues. bind is now open for submissions, welcoming all forms of creative work, from poetry to photography, original music to illustration.
PoetryMagazines.org.uk gives free access to a digital library of 20th and 21st century UK poetry magazines from the Poetry Library collection. It has both recent sample issues and early editions from the archive. New issues are added regularly, as well as MP3 downloads read by the poets themselves.
Siblíní is a student-run art and literature magazine catering to student artists who wish for a unique showroom for their work.
Brittle Star is an international literary magazine that for a decade has been dedicated to publishing new poetry and short fiction. It has earned a reputation for providing a platform for writers at the beginning of their careers, many of whom have seen their work in print for the first time.
Slippage is a bi-annual online publication dedicated to the discovery and publication of unique, creative pieces fusing art with science. Specifically we promote the genres of scientific literary writing and good scientific writing.
Streetcake is an online magazine for poetry, fiction and artwork. Currently accepting submissions.
Poetry Digest, currently (as of summer 2013) “on hiatus”, is a compact biodegradable and/or edible literary magazine of new and existing poems, edited by Chrissy Williams and Swithun Cooper. Selected poems are published as small cakes. Given the limitations of the format, short poems are given preference over longer works. There is then a launch […]
Arts Award Voice is a great place to publish your poems and get feedback from young people doing Arts Award. Voice is an online magazine run by young people, for young people interested in the arts (11-25) and includes features, interviews, reviews and a place to share art work.
The Purple Breakfast Review is a journal of creative writing, published quarterly, that specializes in the work of students, graduates and young people.
The Good Journal is a quarterly literary journal showcasing the very best work by British writers and illustrators of colour. It follows on from the success of the bestselling, award-winning collection of essays, The Good Immigrant, presenting the most exciting new writers alongside more established names. The journal will launch in Spring 2018 and feature essays, […]
Cuckoo Review is a bi-annual online literary magazine, written and edited for young writers aged 15-23, which aims to showcase the best quality work and support emerging talent. Please note that Cuckoo Review is currently taking a break. Sign-up for our young people’s mailing list using the link below to be the first to hear about […]
The Blue Pencil is edited by the students at Walnut Hill School for the Arts, in Natick, Massachusetts. The magazine seeks to publish the best of literary work in English by young writers (12–18) around the world. The magazine began as a print journal in the 1920s and its most famous writing alumna, Elizabeth Bishop, […]
Butcher’s Dog is a biannual poetry magazine, founded in the North East of England. A different combination from the original group of co-founders edits each edition alongside a guest editor. Past guest editors include: The Poetry School, Carolyn Jess-Cooke, Pippa Little, Clare Pollard and Edward Doegar.
Founded in November 2010, The Adroit Journal is a literary magazine with a teenage focus. From its inception, the journal has often accepted the work of teenagers for publication, and the journal’s staff has been comprised of high school students and college undergraduates from around the world.
The Kindling is a brand new journal dedicated to supporting and publishing the best poetry written in universities across the UK and Ireland.
It’s a bookmark. It’s a magazine. It’s open to everyone. It believes in the benefits of playful creativity, especially reading, writing and drawing. You’ll find it lurking in libraries and bookshops, or nestled between pages of other magazines. Submissions are collected and posted online. Every three months-ish, they pick their top nine and print an […]
SAND is an international literary journal based in Berlin that independently publishes two print issues per year. Contributors come from all over the world and include established and emerging writers, poets, artists, and translators. Currently open for submissions until 8 January.