Founded by Barry Graham in 2007 and currently run by Jesse Eagle since 2013, DOGZPLOT has long been my go-to for quality micro-fiction, satisfying readers in 200 words or less. In this sense, DOGZPLOT singlehandedly refutes critics of shorter forms, showcasing reputable flash fiction that… Read More
Entropy and Civil Coping Mechanisms have brought us a fabulous resource for submissions! Check the list here.
Founded in April 2012 by the poet laureate of FEELING VERY UNCOMFORTABLE, Jamie Mortara, Voicemail Poems features “missed calls you actually want to hear”—it’s also one of my favorite homes for finding and submitting poetry. Consistently publishing four times per year (in January, April, July,… Read More
Kyle Harvey’s second poetry collection, “July,” is a sweeping sequence paying homage to both the old gods of writing and his peers. The gorgeous cover echoes not only maps and the journey, but prisms of light, which I found especially fitting—just as orientation results in… Read More
The story of Alt Lit is the story of a literary community that was evolving in real time online. Like indie rock, properly defining “Alt Lit” is difficult, as the term’s true meaning kept changing as new writers appeared within the community, or as its… Read More