Australian Book Review, one of Australia’s major cultural magazines, presents high-quality journalism and new writing for the widest possible audience. It engages with all the arts, not just literature. It is diverse in terms of content, writers, and partners. It provides a needed forum for new Australian writers and reviewers, and it is committed to raising the standard of arts criticism in Australia. ABR is an independent, not-for-profit monthly magazine, governed by an independent Board, managed by a small, skilled editorial and management team, and c…
Themed quarterly literary and current affairs journal celebrating good writing and public debate, and focusing on the significance of cultural events and trends, exploring public policy and providing new perspectives for readers. Includes essays, reportage, memoir, short fiction and some poetry.
Positive Words is a monthly magazine which was started in 2002 to encourage new writers, showcase experienced writers and generally provide a much-needed opportunity for publication for Australian and overseas writers. Each issue contains poetry, short stories and articles, as well as hints, competition advice and daily topics to get you motivated.
The [untitled] team pride ourselves on promoting new and emerging authors from all across the country. A number of authors who’ve appeared in [untitled] have gone on to bigger and better things, such as A.S, Patric, the winner of the 2016 Miles Franklin with his novel, Black Rock, White City (Transit Lounge); Ryan O’Neill with Their Brilliant Careers (Black Inc.); George Ivanoff, the You Choose series (Penguin); Tess Evans, Mercy Street (HarperCollins); Eliza-Jane Henry-Jones, In the Quiet (HarperCollins); and many, many more.
Publishes science fiction, fantasy and horror stories, and poems. Welcomes new and established writers and artists. Has a preference for lighter, amusing styles of science fiction and fantasy, but will also consider more serious work for publication.
Kia Ora & Welcome, blackmail press was created to give poets, students and poetry lovers in New Zealand a site to read, submit and find great poetry. The impetus is to promote New Zealand poets and to provide an environment for emerging New Zealand poets to share their works. General issues have no specific theme, we like to present an eclectic range of voices from Aotearoa and abroad. Poets are asked to submit works they feel best showcase their unique voice and may submit a maximum of 5 works for consideration. All submissions must include a biography….
Overland, the most radical of Australia’s long-standing literary/cultural magazines, publishes features, fiction, poetry, reviews, comment, artwork and opinion pieces. Overland is committed to engaging with important literary, cultural and political issues in contemporary Australia. It has a tradition of publishing dissenting articles with a political and cultural focus. It also runs the Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize for New and Emerging Poets with the support of the Malcolm Robertson Foundation.
Tamba is produced by the Goulburn Valley Writers Group in Shepparton, Victoria, as an opportunity for creative writers to see their work in print. Stories, articles, biographical and autobiographical pieces, poems and other forms of creative writing. Please submit a maximum of two stories or three poems.