Antioch Review is based in Yellow Springs, Ohio. This long-running and respected literary journal considers submissions of essays, fiction, and poetry between September 2 and May 31. The journal pays $15 per printed page.
The Cincinnati Review is also based in Ohio. Though a relatively newer journal, it also considers submissions of nonfiction, fiction, poetry, and translation features between September 1 and May 31. This journal pays $25 per printed page for fiction and $30 per printed page for poetry.
Gulf Stream Magazine is based out of Miami, Florida. This magazine’s submission period actually opens tomorrow September 15 to November 15 (and then re-opens on January 15). Writers can submit fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. However, this market is purely a place to build clips as it pays in contributor copies.
Based out of Warrensburg, Missouri, Pleiades considers submissions of fiction, poetry, and essays. Submissions are open from August 15 to May 15. Writers receive $10 as compensation.
Last but not least, Tin House is based out of Portland, Oregon. This well-known literary magazine considers submissions of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction between September 1 and May 31. Published pieces receive anywhere between $50 and $800.
Grabbed this from my Writer’s Digest email. Thinking about submitting something to one of these. We’ll see how it goes. Every time I tell myself that I’m going to submit something I freeze up and nothing seem good enough any more.