International Literary Magazines
Magazines that have accepted poems from Israeli Voices members in the past year
The list below, compiled from past notices in our Newsletter, may help those of our members looking for where to publish, who want a shortcut to wading through all the lists of magazines. It contains only literary magazines that have published poems by at least one Israeli Voices member in the past year (as time goes on we'll keep adding to it). Some of them have published several. So we know they accept submissions from Israel, as well as other countries.
If your poem is accepted by a magazine, Israeli or foreign, please do notify our Secretary so that she can include it in our Newsletter and we can add it to this list. Not only will this give you the recognition you deserve, it will also help other Voices members looking for where to publish.
Voices Israel members: this is your resource list! If you know about a cool resource that you think deserves a place in any of the lists in this section - or a category we haven't covered yet - just drop a line to our Webmistress and we'll check it out (the final decision about whether to include a link rests with Voices).
“The Broken Plate is a nationally distributed literary magazine produced by Ball State University undergraduates. The magazine features poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, screenwriting, one-act plays, art and photography, book reviews, and interviews.” It “publishes a variety of works by both emerging and established authors.”
“We welcome work from both established and emerging writers alike. Every submission starts out in the same pile and is judged merely on its own merit, not the reputation of the writer. We enjoy poems of all styles: formal, free-verse, metered, non-rhyming, experimental, nostalgic, political, erotic, abstract, lyrical, etc.”
“Tuck Magazine is a political, human rights, lit, music and arts journal with a difference: we aim to entertain a wide variety of readers globally. We are an online globally focused and socially conscious journal for the discerning reader, where vital commentary and the arts merge. Any genre is accepted as long as the work is interesting and well written.”