Orange Blossom Review

Copied from the website of this international journal of creative arts (poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction and more): “We accept unsolicited general submissions from January 15 through February 15, and July 15 through August 15. New issues are published in June and December. Writers are invited to submit work in more than one genre, but please limit the number of submissions in any given genre to one submission per reading period.” Submit up to five poems in a single document. Read full details before submitting.

The Alchemy Spoon

This new UK-based poetry magazine is open to submissions of poems for its first issue (up to 3 per poet) until 30 June 2020. International submissions are welcome. The Alchemy Spoon will appear three times per year and will be available in online and print-on-demand formats. The editors are especially interested in work by ‘new phase’ poets – those who have come to poetry later in life. The theme for issue 1 is ‘Time’. Full submission details (including font/document requirements) here.

takahē magazine

Copied from the website: ‘Founded in 1989, takahē magazine publishes short stories, poetry and art, as well as essays, interviews, and book reviews in related areas. Many of Aotearoa New Zealand’s brightest literary talents made their first public appearance within our pages, and we remain committed to publishing the best work from emerging talents alongside that of established writers and artists. takahē is published three times per year, in print in April and December, and online on this website in August. The first online issue was published on 10 August 2016. The Takahē Collective Trust is the non-profit organisation behind the magazine, that acts to support and promote writers, poets, artists and cultural commentators.’ To submit, see guidelines.