During the October live chat, we talked about the pros and cons of print publication and online publication. The discussion raised questions and concerns, and we shared some approaches and resources.
We generally think that online submission systems might help us build regular submission habits, and we couldn't think of any online journals that didn't use online submissions systems.
We also see possibilities for quicker response and publishing timeframes as well as wider audiences for our work in online journals. Finally, an online publication is usually far easier to promote and to share with friends, family, and an existing reader base.
I promised to share a list of literary journals that one of the graduate assistants for Tabula Poetica: The Center for Poetry at Chapman University was compiling. Here's that list. FELLOW SHE WRITERS, GET SUBMITTING NOW!
Kenyon Review Online: http://www.kenyonreview.org/kro_full.php?file=admussen.php
Word For /Word: http://www.wordforword.info/vol18/content.html
Spiral Orb: http://www.spiralorb.net/
Evening Will Come: http://www.eveningwillcome.com/mainpage.html
Intercapillary Space: http://www.intercapillaryspace.org/
Jacket 2: http://jacket2.org/
California Literary Review: http://calitreview.com/
ucity review: http://ucityreview.com/
Unlikely Stories: http://unlikelystories.org/
And here’s a much more comprehensive list of online literary journals at LitLine: http://www.litline.org/links/onlinejournals.html