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Literary Juice

About Literary Juice: Literary Juice is produced from 100% pure originality. We feature works of fiction and poetry that are clever, bold, and even weird!

Contact Information:

Editor: Sara Rajan



Submission Information:

Genres: poetry, fiction

Simultaneous submissions: no Email submissions: yes Online submissions: yes Reading period: year-round Response time: 1-3 months Payment: no Contests: no Founded: 2011 Issues per year: 6

Publisher’s description: Literary Juice is an online literary magazine that publishes flash fiction, short fiction, and poetry from both established and budding authors. We also feature a category for what we dubbed “pulp fiction”, which challenges writers to compose a story in just 25 words; no more, no less.

Literary Juice seeks to explore the avant-garde in all genres of poetry and prose, such as dark comedy, romance, fantasy, and mystery. We encourage writers to send us only their very best writing. Generally, we accept stories that are well-crafted, anomalous, and capable of stimulating the imagination.

Have a concoction of your own you’d like to share? Then squeeze it out and serve it up!

Recent issues:

The April/May 2014 edition of Literary Juice is now live! As always, our fiction and poetry are free for all to read. Check out our prose and verse by writers like Jon Sindell, Beth Gaydon, Wes Sexton, J.K. Durick, Jonathan H. Scott, and more!

The February/March ‘14 edition of LITERARY JUICE is now live. Some of our newest contributors include Erin Wahl, Judith Ward, John Repp, Bill Goodman, and Jacob Appel. Thank you to everyone who has made this edition possible!

Now, we are excited to announce that the new edition of LITERARY JUICE is now live: December 2013/January 2014. Congratulations to our poetry contest winners, Philip LaMaster (1st place) and Wes Sexton (2nd place), as well as our runners-up, whose poems have all been selected for nomination for the Pushcart Prize. Also in this issue are works by Roger D. Colby, Nicholas A. White, Larry Avallone, Michael Olfert, and Shellie Richards.


last updated 05/19/2014