Journal Submissions

Journal Submissions

JOURNALS

Print Journals:

Banshee

Journal of “exciting, accessible, contemporary writing from Ireland and around the world”.

Submissions for issue 3 open in spring 2016.

Submission guidelines here.


Boyne Berries

Bi-annual journal published in March and September.

Send two stories of up to 1,500 words each.

Submission guidelines here.


Crannóg Magazine

1 story up to 2,000 words.

Submission guidelines here.


The Dublin Review

A quarterly magazine of essays, memoir, travel writing, criticism, fiction and reportage.

Submission guidelines here.


Glimmer Train

US-based short story journal — available by subscription.

Submission guidelines here.


gorse

A twice-yearly print journal featuring longform narrative essays, original fiction and interviews.

gorse is interested in the potential of literature, in literature where lines between fiction, memoir and history blur, in the unconventional and the under recognised.”

Submission guidelines here.


Granta Magazine

Accepts unsolicited submissions through their website from October 1st to April 1st.

Submission guidelines here.


The Incubator Journal

Short stories, flash fiction, poems, essays, memoir.

Full submissions guidelines here.


Irish Pages

Submissions by post.

Submission guidelines here


The Moth Magazine

Maximum 2,500 words.

Submission guidelines here.


Mslexia

UK-based magazine “for women who write”  — available by subscription.

Short stories of up to 2,200 words.

Submission guidelines here.


New Irish Writing, Irish Independent

Chosen stories are published in The Irish Independent on the last Saturday of each month.

All stories printed will be eligible for the Hennessy Literary Awards.

Maximum 2,000 words.

Submission guidelines here.


The Penny Dreadful

Submit up to 2 short stories of up to 3,000 words each.

Submission guidelines here.


The Poetry Bus Magazine

Send your quality poems to this magazine.

Submission guidelines here.


Poetry Ireland Review

Poetry Ireland Review is published three times annually. They welcome unsolicited submissions of poems, and proposals for articles and reviews, from Ireland and abroad, in Irish or English.

Submission guidelines here.


Prole

Maximum 7,500 words.

Submission guidelines here.


The Stinging Fly

No more than one story should be submitted during any one submission period.

Short stories should always be just as long (or as short) as they need to be. (In our Winter 2012-13 issue the longest story is over 5,000 words; the shortest has less than 600.)

Submission guidelines here.


 

Online Journals:

 

The Bohemyth

Submissions accepted between the 1st and 23rd of each month.

Flash fiction and short stories, maximum 2,000 words.

Submission guidelines here.


The Flexible Persona

International journal of writing and music that publishes fiction, nonfiction, translated fiction, and the work of composers.

Submission guidelines here.


The Galway Review

Accepts submissions in English and Irish.

Submission guidelines here


Irish Literary Review

Short stories & flash fiction

Full details here


Long Story, Short

Stories over 4,000 words.

Full details here


Number Eleven Magazine

Maximum 3,000 words for short stories/800 words for flash fiction.

Full details here


The Matador Review

The Matador Review is a quarterly online literary journal and they accept fiction, flash fiction, poetry, non-fiction, and visual art year-round. Next deadline 31 August 2017.

Full details here


Silver Streams

Silver Streams is a literary journal which publishes Modernist and Post-Modernist literature, visual art and academic essays.

Submissions guidelines here


Smokelong Quarterly

Flash fiction of up to 1,000 words.

Submission guidelines here.


The South Circular

Available as a quarterly e-journal

Maximum 2,500 words.

Submission guidelines here.


Southword

Prose submissions are accepted from January 1st to March 15th each year.

Submission guidelines here.


Tales From The Forest

 is a quarterly online magazine, with each issue having a different theme.

Submission guidelines here.


The Weary Blues

A digital journal of poetry, fiction, art, and photography published by New Binary Press.

Submission guidelines here.