A biannual journal featuring writing from Ireland and overseas
Irish Pages, edited in Belfast, is now widely considered the island’s premier literary journal, combining a large general readership with outstanding writing from Ireland and overseas. It offers an unrivalled window on the literary and cultural life of these islands – and further afield.
A quarterly magazine for international contemporary writing
Wasafiri is a journal promoting work from new and established writers across the globe. Founded over 25 years ago, Wasafiri has highlighted the long multicultural history which lies at the heart of ‘English’ literature and constitutes the body of contemporary modern writing.
A small, independent magazine appearing twice a year, The North is published by The Poetry Business and features a lively range of contemporary poetry by new and established writers, as well as reviews and critical articles.
An independent poetry magazine based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with 3 issues a year, dedicated to good poetry in all its forms. The magazine is open to submissions from anyone: ‘the work of an unknown writer has as good a chance as that of the established’.
Mslexia is a quarterly magazine for women who write, offering a mix of debate and analysis, advice and inspiration; news, reviews, interviews; competitions, events and courses. It also includes a selection of new poetry and prose.
A biannual poetry magazine featuring poetry in translation
Modern Poetry in Translation is a biannual magazine, founded by Ted Hughes and Daniel Weissbort in 1966 and currently edited by David and Helen Constantine. The magazine showcases poetry in translation from around the globe.