Deaf Poets’ Society

This new journal publishes work by writers and artists with disabilities. The publication appears online six times a year. Copied and pasted from the website: “We accept submissions of poetry, prose, cross-genre work, reviews/interviews/miscellany, and art for publication on a rolling basis. We publish an online issue six times a year: August 1, October 1, December 1, February 1, April 1, and June 1. There are no deadlines for our issues.
“Poetry: We’re looking for poems on any subject that will change our readers in some way. We especially want intersectional work that upends the dominant rhetoric about disability. Please send us up to 3 poems in a single .doc, .docx, .rtf, or .txt file titled with your name and genre (NAME_GENRE).”
More information here.

Warrington-based Poets Wanted

Writers living within a 25-mile radius of the English town of Warrington are invited to enter the Stockton Heath Writers Group free competition. All entries must be unpublished and ‘family friendly’. Send up to three poems of up to 40 lines each. Deadline is midnight on 1 September 2016. There is also a Young Writer of the Year prize for writers under the age of 18. More information here.

Young Writers Wanted

If you are under 25, you might consider submitting your poems to Phosphene. This international, not-for-profit journal was launched in 2016. It invites submissions of up to four poems in separate documents. Sadly, there is no payment if your work is accepted – though you will receive a free PDF download of the relevant issue. Make sure you read the submissions guidelines thoroughly before submitting. More info here.

New US LitMag

Submissions open on 1 September 2016 for issue two of the appropriately-named new US literary magazine LitMag. The magazine has both a print and online version – with payment if your work is published. Send up to five poems which must not have been previously published (including online/in personal blogs/etc.). Full details on their website.