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Dragon Poet Review is an online literary journal that features a wide variety of poetry, flash fiction, short fiction, short memoir and short CNF, as well as photography, artwork and reviews of books and films.
The journal is published twice annually and their 2018 Summer/Fall Issue is out now. Featuring a fresh and vibrant mix of contemporary art from a myriad of artists from all around the globe, the 2018 Summer/Fall Issue also features Mind Your Self, a short piece of fiction by J H Martin, which you can read here.
Their first issue is out now and features a fresh and eclectic mix of short fiction and poetry, whilst their website features an engaging and diverse selection of essays and creative non-fiction, including My People by J H Martin, a short piece of creative non-fiction about his first year living in Yangon, Myanmar, which you can read here.
We are a group of dedicated librarians, researchers, cretins, and cronies scouring the fabled internet void for fiction, poetry and art to add to our growing library currently filled with noise. Together we go out into the void with our instruments and buckets. Together, we look for the work hurled into the void.
If you’re out there, we hear you.
Their latest edition – Collection 1: Pulled from the Void – is out now, showcasing and curating a fresh and eclectic mix of both art and writing, including OK – Crap; a new poem by J H Martin, which you can read here.
Empty Mirror opened its virtual doors on May 31, 2000. Empty Mirror was originally a book-selling site specializing in collectible Beat Generation and small press poetry books but over time added articles, essays, poetry, art, and Beat Generation resources.
In 2012, Empty Mirror re-launched as an online magazine and to this day publishes new essays, poetry, and art every Friday. This week, it features, Dew Drops (4 poems) by J H Martin, which you can read here.
Be Untexed is a Burma-based electronic journal published quarterly in February, May, August, and November. It was founded in 2016 by Han Lynn, Nyan Lynn and Nyi Sane, and publishes new writing and visual arts from all parts of the world.
Issue 3 is out now and features contributions by A Mon Moon, Aung Khin Myint, Aung Zaw, Bill Rankin, Graham W. Reid and Peggy Reid, Indra Wussow, Jesús Sepúlveda, J H Martin, Kenneth Wong, Ke` Su Thar, Ko Ko Thett, KSW (AKA Min Ye Eain), Lynn Moe Swe, Mae Yway, Magdalena Horvat, Maung Day, Maung Pyiyt Min, Maung Theid Dhi, Melissa Carlson, Moe Way, Nara Ni, Nay Thit, Nikola Madzirov, Niq Mhlongo, Pandora, Paul Dresman, REMOTEWORDS, Salai Myat Noe Thu, Stephen Cone Weeks, Vera Lossau and Zeyar Lynn.
You can read the new issue here.
Prole is a quarterly print magazine that publishes high quality, accessible poetry and prose, which aims to, “challenge, engage and entertain – but never exclude.”
Prole Issue 16 is out now, featuring:
Cover art by Eleanor Bennett, and art by Sparx
The 2015 Prole Laureate Poetry Competition winners – Wendy Pratt, Victoria Gatehouse and Jean Atkin
Poetry by Robin Houghton, Jennifer A McGowan. Kevin Hanson, David Cooke, Stephanie Arsoska, Maureen Cullen, Levi Vonk, Sharon Black, Martin Bennett, Hannah Linden, Kate Garrett, Stella Wulf, Bryce Warnes, Rebecca Gethin, Robert Nisbet, Sue Kindon, Keith Hutson, Owen Vince, Paul Surman, Wendy Klein, Michael Crowley, Rae Stoltenkamp, David Subacchi, Adrian Slatcher and Kate O’Shea
Copies of the issue cost just £5.50 and can be purchased here
Empty Mirror is based in northwest Washington state, USA.
Established in 2000 as a book-selling site specializing in collectible Beat Generation and small press poetry books, over the past decade, Empty Mirror has morphed into an on-line arts magazine with a focus on poetry, essays, reviews, interviews, literary fiction and art.