The Four Quarters Magazine is an Indian literary journal dedicated to the fostering of literary writing in all its aspects.The magazine is run by a three member editorial board with guest editors contributing to every issue. Each issue is peer reviewed by writers, poets and academicians from around the world. Submissions are invited from writers around the world on a periodic basis. Each issue is theme-specific. Themes for every issue are announced a few months beforehand. It is a free platform dedicated towards promoting art and literature.
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The Medical Literary Messenger aims to promote humanism and the healing arts through prose, poetry, and photography. As a web-based journal published twice yearly online, the Medical Literary Messenger is dedicated to the art of medicine and creative expression, and is available to all in a free and open access format.
The Rappahannock Review is a new online literary journal published twice a year (with an occasional bonus issue) by the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia. We are interested in previously unpublished Poetry, Fiction, and Nonfiction from both established and emerging writers.