Writers interested in submitting their short stories, poetry, nonfiction essays should check out these magazines.
The Broken City is currently accepting submissions for its winter 2010 edition: Found! In this issue, they’ll be examining discovery—both literal and figurative.
Room magazine is currently accepting submissions of your original short stories, poems, creative non-fiction, or art. They take pride in publishing arresting, evocative, and accomplished literary experiences by women in these genres.
Conte publishes narrative writing of the highest quality on a biannual basis. Writing that displays some degree of familiarity with their journal is likely to attract their attention, so make sure your work has a narrative bent.
Saw Palm is currently accepting submissions. They do not accept previously published (either online or print) work. All submissions must be done electronically. No paper submissions will be considered for publication.
The Country Dog Review is accepting submissions. They accept submissions year round, but the deadline for the fall issue is September 1. They only accept unpublished poems, and they do accept simultaneous submissions, but they ask that you notify them immediately if your poem is accepted elsewhere.