Literary journal of the University of New Orleans, published biannually. Submit up to 5 poems in a single file via Submittable. The editors review submissions from 1 September to 1 May each year. Other forms of creative writing are also accepted. Read the full guidelines before submitting.
This literary journal is published by the University of Colorado. Submit four to six poems (stories and nonfiction are also invited). Submission windows are: September 1 to December 15, January 15 to March 1. Full submission info here.
Submit to The Sun (no, not the awful British newspaper)
The Sun is a US print and electronic magazine, which has been running for 40 years. It takes essays, interviews, fiction and poetry. Payment for poetry is $100-$250. There’s a sample issue to read for free. Submission information is here. Contributors also receive a free one-year subscription to the publication. Only submit by mail. Waiting time is three-to-six months (or possibly longer), due to the large number of submissions received.
Handwritten ‘Letters’ Sought
The Letters Page is a journal published by Nottingham University’s English Department (in the UK). Copied from the website:
‘We want your letters for Issue 6, and we want them soon. We want stories, essays, poems, memoir, travelogue, reportage, conversation, criticism, speculation, illustration, deviation, and more. If you can fit it in an envelope and put it in the post to us at the address below, we will consider it for publication. There is no theme; there are no restrictions. Be smart about it: we are a correspondence-based literary journal with a limited number of pages, and in general shortness and smallness is a virtue. But we are looking for works of literary wonder, and we have no wish to inhibit you. Surprise us.’
Check out their page for more info: http://www.theletterspage.ac.uk/letterspage/submissions.aspx
We will pay £100 for every submission published.
Closing Date for Issue 6 is April 22, 2015.
Send your submissions to:
The Letters Page,
School of English, University of Nottingham, NG7 2RD, UK.
Sycamore Review open to submissions
You have until 31 March 2015 to submit to the Sycamore Review literary journal. There is a payment of $25 if they publish your poem. For more information, visit their submissions page: http://www.sycamorereview.com/submissions/