Did you know that Columbus State has its own literary magazine called Spring Street?
For more information on Spring Street and submission guidelines, click on the link below:
Poetry of Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
The following websites contain useful and legitimate information on literary journals, magazines, and presses where you may submit your poetry for publication. Be sure to carefully examine websites and be wary of sites that charge exorbitant fees (outside of reasonable reading fees that some publishers charge) to publish your work.
Poets & Writers
Search its literary magazine database for an extensive list of literary magazines and presses. Site also contains topics of interest to writers and upcoming writers' conferences. Check out the "Tools for Writers" section.
List of literary magazines with publisher descriptions and links to submission guidelines. Also contains reviews of new literary magazines.
Top 50 Literary Magazines
Every Writer's Resource.com highlights and describes the best, top 50 literary magazines and connects poets to submission guidelines.
Web del Sol
Contains links to numerous literary magazines and advice for poets who want to get published.
A subscription-based site with a search engine to identify poetry publishers to send your works to. Subscription also includes an online submissions tracker.
At the Library
Locate poetry magazines and presses to send your work.
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