Teen-Run Literary Magazines
Aster Lit is an international youth literary magazine funded by the U.S. Department of State, Hershey’s, and Riley’s Way, and accepts poetry, prose, art, and photography from anyone ages 13-25. Submissions are eligible for Starlit Awards of $100, Theme Awards, and nominations for Best of The Net, Best Small Fictions, Pushcart, and Best Microfictions.
Mollusk Lit is a global literary magazine for writers and artists, with a focus on giving opportunities to new writers and to previously unpublished works. They are open to submissions of any genre or medium.
The Dawn Review is an international literary magazine that promotes the surprising, the genre-bending, and the overwhelmingly human. The Dawn Review publishes all genres of written and visual work in its three annual issues.
The Greyhound Journal is a periodic publication of historically-oriented literary work in Mandarin and English. They pursue chronology, deconstruction, nostalgia, work that treads the intersecting axes of time and distance.