Resources: Where to submit writing
Aerogramme Writers' Studio: publishes news and resources for both emerging and established writers.
Duotrope: is a subscription-based service for writers and artists that offers an extensive, searchable database of current fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and visual art markets, a calendar of upcoming deadlines, a personal submission tracker, and useful statistics compiled from the millions of data points we've gathered on the publishers and agents we list.
Entropy's Where to Submit: lists presses, journals, anthologies, contests, residencies, and conferences that are currently open to submissions, or have deadlines coming up soon.
Erika Dreifus is a freelance writer and book publicist who is the editor and publisher of The Practicing Writer, a free e-newsletter that features opportunities and resources for fictionists, poets, and writers of creative nonfiction.
Lambda Literary Foundation's Calls for Submissions: The foundation promotes lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender literature through programs that encourage development of emerging writers, including the annual Lambda Literary Award, the Writers' Retreat for Emerging LGBT Voices, their website LambdaLiterary.org, their editorial staff Lambda Literary Review, their weekly e-newsletter Bookish, their annual anthology, their scholarships, and LGBTQ writers in schools program.
NewPages.com: is news, information, and guides to literary magazines, independent publishers, creative writing programs, alternative periodicals, indie bookstores, writing contests, and more.
Poets and Writers' Small Presses Listings: Whether you're pursuing the publication of your first book or your fifth, use our Small Presses database to research publisher interests, contact information, and submission guidelines.
The Review Review: With over 2,000 print and online journals, however, it can be hard to know where to begin. So I decided to make this website. Here, writers can get a deeper sense of the journals by reading reviews of the latest issues. This is not intended as a substitute for the actual journals, but merely a way to guide writers toward the journals that most interest them. Plus, this site offers a way for writers to keep in contact with editors. A story might not be right for a magazine, for instance, but a thoughtful and heartfelt review will be sure to make editors aware of your writing skills.
Submittable's Submishmash Weekly is a weekly email listing of submission opportunities and links to literary news and trivia around the web.
Trish Hopkinson is a poet who posts regularly on her blog calls for submission and interviews with editors of literary magazines.
Facebook Groups: Calls for Submissions (Poetry, Fiction, Art)