Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine | Publishing Opportunity

Don’t forget our first poetry collection, The Reverie Journal Issue One will make its debut this Friday!

Part of what we do here at The Reverie Journal is to tell you about opportunities to share your work. Of course, we certainly hope you’ll still consider submitting with us for our Write for Us. Submissions for the magazine and anthology are currently closed.

Today we’re introducing you to Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine. They welcome short stories, mystery verses and limmricks from new and established writers. They publish the gamut mystery short story. For more on submission guidelines read here.

Contact:

Jackie Sherbow, assistant editor
Email: elleryqueenmm@dellmagazines.com


Publishing Opportunities are compiled from information gathered in the 2015 Poet’s Market.

The Cincinnatti Review | Publishing Opportunity

Part of what we do here at The Reverie Journal is to tell you about opportunities to share your work.

Of course, we certainly hope you’ll still consider submitting with us for our  Write for Us. Submissions for the magazine and anthology are currently closed.

Today, let us introduce you to The Cincinnatti Review. Reads submissions from Aug. 13-April 15th.  Submit up to 10 pages of poetry and a cover letter is preferred. For more information on submissions, visit their web site.

Contact:

Email: editors@cincinnatireview.com

 

 

The Chattahoochee Review | Publishing Opportunity

Part of what we do here at The Reverie Journal is to tell you about opportunities to share your work. Of course, we certainly hope you’ll still consider submitting with us for our magazine, anthology, or Write for Us submissions.

Today, let us introduce you to The Chattahoochee Review is a literary journal sponsored by Georgia Perimeter College. Call for Submissions: Migration. TCR seeks submissions for its Fall/Winter 2015 double issue with a special focus on Migration. Deadline September 15, 2015, or until the issue fills. Note the call in a cover letter, but otherwise, follow the appropriate guidelines. According to site.

The submission guidelines are here.

Contact: Lydia Ship, Managing Editor
Email: gpccr@gpc.edu.

Boulevard| Publishing Opportunity

Part of what we do here at The Reverie Journal is to tell you about opportunities to share your work.

Of course, we certainly hope you’ll still consider submitting with us for our magazine, anthology, or Write for Us submissions.

Today, let us introduce you to Boulevard. Boulevard is a literary journal that publishes poets, who have “exceptional promise.” Since 1985, our aim has been to present the finest contemporary fiction, poetry, and essays on arts and culture in a variegated yet coherent ensemble—as a boulevard, which contains in one place the best a community has to offer. Quote from website

They host annual contests and publish a journal 10 times annually. For more information on submission guidelines, read here.

Tip: Does not want poetry that is, “uninspired, formulaic, self-conscious, unoriginal, insipid.”

Contact: Jessica Rogen, managing editor
Email: jessicarogen@boulevardmagazine.org

 

Beyond Centauri| Publishing Opportunity

Part of what we do here at The Reverie Journal is to tell you about opportunities to share your work.

Of course, we certainly hope you’ll still consider submitting with us for our magazine, anthology, or Write for Us submissions.

Today, let us introduce you to Beyond Centauri. Beyond Centauri is a quarterly magazine of science fiction and fantasy for younger readers–for the next generation [ages 10 and up] Beyond Centauri publishes short stories, poetry, art/illustrations, and articles [including book and movie reviews] in the following genres: science fiction, fantasy, and eww-gross [bugs, slimy things, creepy campfire tales]. Our writers include adults and younger writers. (According to website)

Email: beyondcentauri@whitecatpublications.com.

Journaling | Let’s Talk About It

I make sure no matter what that I have a stenopad with me. Always. There’s one on the floor beside my bed. If I’m on my way, I stick one in my purse. I know if I don’t, I’ll need it. Need it for what? What other profession or habit does one take with her “just in case” other than maybe reading?

I think some people call this journaling. Writing observations about the world, writing down bits of a line, a flash of poetry in my pad. I’ve always thought of them as notes.I am a copious note taker. I’ve filled pads with them, one book (so far), and dozens of other ways that I’ve used these notes.

Do you have a place where you take notes? Is it more journaling for you? What kind of things do you write in there?

See you in the comment!

Atlanta Review| Publishing Opportunity

Part of what we do here at The Reverie Journal is to tell you about opportunities to share your work.

Of course, we certainly hope you’ll still consider submitting with us for our magazine, anthology, or Write for Us submissions.

Today, let us introduce you to Atlanta Review. It is published semi-annually and wants “quality poetry of genuine human appeal.”

Note: No email submissions from the U.S. Include SASE for reply.

Guidelines are available on the web site.

Contact: Dan Veach, editor/publisher
Email: atlanta.review@yahoo.com
Address:PO Box 8248
Atlanta, GA 31106