When I first put together this list, only a few months ago, there were six. Now there are 27! Thanks to everyone who contributed updated info( jellybeans to all)especially Marcus who came up with another six on his own.
So if you want to submit work that's previously appeared on Fictionaut, here's your rich list of possibilities:
The Linnet's Wings
The Istanbul Literary Review
Women Writers: A Zine
Divine Dirt Quarterly
Like Birds Lit
Used Furniture Review
Camroc Press Review
Up the Staircase Quarterly
Apologies to any I may have overlooked; please add the names if you know of them or others.
David, thanks for putting this together.
Very useful. Thanks.
Thanks, David. Love this.
One more time,the famous fictionaut friendly list of open-hearted editors.
p.s. Hi Jurgen,
If you're listening, wouldn't it be handy to have this list accessible by a tab?
THIS Literary Magazine is also open to work posted on personal blogs and at Fictionaut. Thanks for this list, David. Nice job.
Wow, this is great!
fantastic, thank you for bumping this up, david.
'up the staircase'
plus 'the clockwise cat,' 'ink, sweat, and tears' and 'sein und werden' are open to publishing reprints in general. though obv with proviso that you mention that it's previously pubbed and give details of when and where.
...and i -think- 'prick of the spindle' okayed submissions of previously fnauted work - but that one should be double-checked (it's a while ago i asked the question. though i'm fairly certain that's the answer i received.)
David's a fine fellow for doing this. He's a fine fellow anyway. Thanks.
Thanks Joanie and Roberta for the additions.
How could I have missed 'THIS' literary magazine???Which published a piece of mine ( "under the skin" if you'll excuse the plug) under these very circumstances two months past.
The list grows on.
David, do so appreciate the updated list of E-Zines. Does any one out there have a list of Print Only Lit Mags that will consider FN offerings?
Mar, that's an excellent suggestion. I'm happy to promise on behalf of David that he will do that for us promptly. As James says, he's a fine fellow, and works for jellybeans. Thanks in advance, David. :)
A great list, David, thanks! I think Trailer Park Quarterly is also FN friendly.
Thanks, Barry. I'll get right on it, as soon as I finish washing your car....You did say there were jelly beans involved?
You missed a spot, so that will cost you two grape jellybeans, which taste the best. But there are extra horrible lemon yellows and disgusting pinks, if you will please just get the litmags to own what they actually want, in lieu of their encoded persiflage for I don't know what art is, but I know what I like. Get on that, will you? It's overdue. If you can actually get them to take a position, you get the BLACK jellybeans, the VERY best. Plus, about the foot massage thing, look, you may have a bias against pinkies, but they need attention, too. Are you toeist? That well-known New Hampshire discrimination against toes of lesser order?
My revered pal, John Baskin, said once( and for all time, as far as I'm concerned) "I know a lot about art, but I don't know what I like." That may be true of the um people(trying to be civil here) of whom you speak, Barry.
Still, I think there's hope: show them the thing they didn't know they liked until they saw it( having never seen its like before) and the walls come crumbling down.
As for your disgusting attempts at bribery, and your repulsive fetishist appeals, I'm surprised: I didn't think I was that transparent.
I have never liked jelly beans. but I will work for M&M's
David, If you live someplace by the Atlantic Ocean I will personally come and help you put that list together. . .Susan, Susan, Susan, for shame, you hussy. . .actually I only work for cheesecake and of course an all expenses paid holiday in the Hamptons or even South Wellfleet.
Not so up to date, anymore but in answer to a request I'm reposting this list for those who might think that posting something on Fictionaut is an automatic death sentence for having it published in a magazine.
In fact, unless a magazine says specifically in its guidelines that it will not accept work published in blogs or self-published online , I assume it means they'll consider such works.
So far, that assumption has held.
And to the list, add "Prick of the Spindle," and "Thrice ."
Thank you. This is fantastic!
I just discovered this. I think from something I saw from Gloria Garfunkel. Thanks.
Thanks for adding Thrice, David. Yes indeed. The writers at Fictionaut have granted our magazine a substantial part of its very definition.
This list is inspiriting. Thanks for reposting, David.
What a fantastic idea! Many thanks for this.
What a fantastic idea! Many thanks for this.
In another forum posting today( I think) someone mentions this list together with the suggestion that it be added to the list of info for new writers to Fictionaut which now perennially tops the Forum. I, of course, think that would be a good idea, particularly since it would save me hunting through and reposting it every time someone asks for it--which is about once a month.
Carson? Jurgen? Guys?
Thank you, David. You earned another jelly bean.
(Trying to squeeze your list into that primer note, David. Get it as close as possible, anyway. Bump.)
Thanks so much for this! Very much appreciated!
I guess I had started to feel (as David put it) that it was "an automatic death sentence" for any piece I put up on Ficitonaut, which is why I don't have anything up on Fictionaut at the moment. However, this list and the thread on the forum about the definition of "publishing" has once again helped liberate my thinking, and that feels good!
Bringing this back for the second request this month.
Note the fine quality of these publications as well as their openness to representing writing previewed at Fictionaut. Quality and adventurous spirit hand-in-hand.
Women Writers: a Zine has ceased publication, alas, but you can still read the featured stories of women flash writers I met via Fictionaut!
whale sound and like birds lit are defunct i believe.
Everest Magazine is also accepting submissions:
We're brand new (I work for the magazine), and our deadline is December 15.
Bad Robot Poetry didn't mind.
Elimae published its last issue this month; Ramshackle Review and Litsnack are long gone too.
Also, Thunderclap has retired too, I am sorry to say!
Regret the recent casualties, as noted above.
On a brighter note I wanted to add the estimable "Bartleby Snopes," which lets me know they'll accept works previously appearing on Fictionaut, providing they have been taken down before submitting. This because they regard Fictionaut as a "community of writers."
Bump. Just because I'm always looking.
Very helpful. I think Ocho is gone.
By now a neither very new, nor recently updated list, but probably better than nothing. Anyone inclined is welcome to prune, add, or otherwise improve. Be aware, as the above shows that the mortality rate among online magazines in general is pretty high and any such list will tend to get piecemeal over time. Still, the point remains that there are magazines out there that will take work you've previously shown on Fictionaut. If you find any not listed here, pass the word if you would.
Good to know! It's frustrating looking for zines that allow previously published work, even if it's only been on your own website.
Lost in Thought can be added to this list and our latest issue, #4, is hot off the press:
This issue has plenty of great writers in it, including: Linda Simoni-Wastila, Josh Denslow, Harley May, Michael Maxwell, Bud Smith, Gregory Sherl, Jen Knox, Kristine Ong Muslim, Gloria Mindock, Pamela Davis, Tina Barry, Loren Moreno, Mathieu Callier, Michael Seidel and Jules Archer.
And here is our web-site: http://www.lostinthoughtmag.com/.
Made a group and listed all the still active journals in this thread:
Thought it might be an easier way of maintaining the list and helping people find it.
What a better idea! Thanks, Frankie!
Found this thread. 12-11-13, AMB