Open Season

Henry Martin, for The New Yorker


Do you have a ready-for-the-world, short story or essay, burning a hole in your pocket?  Here are a few of my favorite literary magazines, all currently open to on-line submissions.

You can’t win if you don’t play.  Get your work out there!

Missouri Review

Southeast Review



Post Road

Baltimore Review

Sycamore Review

Florida Review

Hunger Mountain

Indiana Review

Mid-American Review

Black Warrior

The Collagist

Gulf Coast


It’s my birthday.  Make me happy — submit your stories and let me know how it goes.

Good luck!

24 thoughts on “Open Season

  1. Downith

    Happy Birthday again Teri!

    Did you watch the Murray/Robson doubles match? I plan to spend the whole day watching tennis tomorrow.

    1. Teri Post author

      Oh my god, Downith, I’m in tennis heaven. I’ll be watching all of tomorrow too. Did you see the Williams/Sharapova match? What a trouncing.

      1. Downith

        I know. What was up with that? She’s not having a good season – crashed out of Wimbledon too.

  2. Les

    Just fired off a story I like a lot to about a half dozen of these. Thanks for the motivation!

  3. Erika Marks

    Oh, happy birthday to JoJo’s dear mum! Hope your day has been a celebration and that the party lasts long into the night, my friend.

    This list is certainly a gift to all of US. Thank you for it!

  4. Jennine G.

    Thank you! I don’t really have anything to send, but I will bookmark all of these. I’ve been looking for literary magazines to follow in hopes of future submissions! Thanks and happy birthday!

    1. Teri Post author

      Great. Save them for when you need them. I just followed my own advice and sent out some work. Fingers crossed.

  5. Rex

    For story brevity, I was always amazed by Hemingway (at least I think is was him or so the fable goes), whose six word novel was “For sale, baby shoes. Never worn.” Happy birthday, my dear bride. I admire you, particularly your generous spirit.

  6. Lyra

    Woo hoo! May this be the golden year of submissions!
    I hear it all comes to fruition when you hit 30. Let me know if I’m right!

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