Alabama Literary Review The Alabama Literary Review (ALR) is a state-sponsored literary journal publishing regional and national writers and is generously supported by Troy University and the Troy University Foundation. Published once a year, the ALR is offered as a free service to all Alabama libraries as well as to two- and four-year institutions of higher learning in the state of Alabama.
I am the F Bomb is a women’s writing site.Started in 2013, out of Birmingham, Alabama, I Am The F-Bomb now includes hundreds of original stories by 50+ contributors. Want to be a part? Have a story you’d like to share? Want to know more? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wingspan is the literary and arts magazine published each year by Jefferson State Community College, usually appearing in the Fall semester. Our mission is to bring together a range of poetry, prose, art and photography to produce a magazine that reflects the work and interests of both our college community and the communities we serve.
Hypertrophic Literary is a microscopic independent press that publishes both books and a quarterly literary magazine. Our goal as a publisher is to put out books that evoke a physical reaction in our readers. We want to make you cry, cringe, scream, gasp, and laugh. We want to make you think. We want to make you feel. But these kinds of books don’t happen every day. Because of that, we don’t have a set publishing schedule. We don’t guarantee a number of books a year. We only publish books that we absolutely can’t say no to, that grab us and hurt us and don’t let go, and we’re willing to wait for them.
THAT Literary Review is affiliated with the Department of English and Philosophy and the College of Arts and Sciences at Auburn University at Montgomery.
Oracle Fine Arts Review accepts submissions nationally and internationally in a variety of genres of creative writing and visual art. Published since 2003, Oracle is supported by the University of South Alabama Student Government Association, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Departments of English and Visual Arts, and it is available at no charge to students, faculty, and staff. The journal is student-run and uses a blind-review process with multiple evaluations of all submissions.