A literary magazine run entirely by high school and college students.
Adroint publishes poetry, fiction, flash fiction, art/photography, and
cross-genre works with separate submissions for "adults" and those "under
the age of 21."
Only accepts submissions from currently enrolled undergraduates (which could
include dual-enrolled high school students). This will link to their temporary
web site - their way-cool site crashed. Stay tuned for updates.
The Blue Route
An online magazine of undergraduate fiction and poetry, published
biannually by Windener University.
Poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction journal from Loras College. Any
student currently registered in an undergraduate program is eligible to
A publication of writing from students in accredited colleges or
universities at the community college, undergrad, graduate, or post
doctorate level around the world.
An online publication of poetry, prose, and drama. Each issue the editors
select works written by undergraduates for outstanding award as well as cash
Central ReviewThe North Central Review is one of only a handful of literary
journals publishing exclusively the writings and works of undergraduate
students. The North Central Review considers all genres, including
short fiction, poetry, drama, creative nonfiction, and mixed genre pieces.
Submission deadlines Oct 15 and Feb 15.
The Oval is an undergraduate-run, non-profit annual literary journal
at the University of Montana. They accept previously unpublished poetry, prose,
and visual art by currently enrolled undergraduates nationwide.
A regional journal, focused only on Georgia writers who are of high school
age or who are freshman or sophomores in Georgia colleges.
The undergraduate journal of arts and literature of Ohio Northern
University is now accepts submissions for poetry, fiction, visual art, and
nonfiction only from undergraduate students worldwide.
Prairie Margins is an undergraduate publication at Bowling Green
State University. Our reading dates are between September and December. Accepts
submissions of unpublished poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.
A River & Sound
If you are between the ages 14 and 21 and enjoy writing, please submit your
poems, stories, or essays to be considered for reading at an upcoming live
production. "Writers may submit up to three poems, or an essay or story up to
1,000 words in length. Selection of the work will be based on the literary merit
of the submission and its appropriateness for our program. Due to our production
schedule and limited staff, it may take us up to three months to notify you of
our acceptance of your submission."
The Susquehanna Review
Susquehanna University's nationally distributed student-run annual
literary magazine contains riginal ficiton, creative nonfiction, and poetry by undergraduate writers
currently attending an accredited university in the United States.
a literary and art magazine providing college students a venue for publishing
their poetry, prose, fiction and visual artwork. The magazine is
distributed and produced by students at Sonoma State University in California.