Based at the University of Colorado, Copper Nickel literary journal is open to submissions until 1 March 2018. Full info here.
Iota Magazine wants pieces that explore mind, body and medicine through art, literature and culture, by 1 March 2018. Full details here.
Ekphrasis – aka writing inspired by the visual arts – is sought by The Ekphrastic Review. For details of what’s required, please visit the submissions page.
Salomé is a new British online and print journal for female writers. Submissions will close on 9 September 2017 or when the cut-off of 250 submissions is reached – whichever comes first. Only one poem per person. Full details here
The Arkansas International (from the University of Arkansas) will be open to unsolicited submissions from 1 September to the end of February. Send up to five unpublished poems via the Submittable portal. Full details here
The Perch is an online, ‘non-academic’ literary magazine from the Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health. For the next issue, send up to 3 poems of up to 80 lines each by 15 May 2017. Don’t put your name on the files. Full details here.
You have until 31 March 2017 to submit to issue 3 (Autumn/Winter 2017) of print journal Banshee. Submit up to 6 poems of no more than 40 lines each. More info here.
Sorry for the bad pun! Queens University of Charlotte, North Carolina, invites submissions of poetry (and other creative writing – see site) to its literary journal, Qu (published by the MFA programme). Payment upon publication. Full details here.
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.