So forget any sense of cohesion. This week’s version of The 3 — three rather haphazardly chosen outlets that want your creative writing — is a true mishmash.
Xenith More than just a lit mag, Xenith is an online community that started out in the 1990s looking for Gen Y talent. as the millennials aged, so did the magazine, so if you weren’t around in the 70s, this is a good place for you to consider for your work.
Zoetrope What better people to put out a magazine than Hollywood auteur directors like Francis Ford Coppola, whose company, American Zoetrope, publishes this quite-cool quarterly “devoted to the best new short fiction and one-act plays?”
Carcinogenic Poetry If you’re serious about your poetry, how can you possibly be more serious than something carcinogenic? This online journal is a great outlet for studied poetry with an edge.
Now get writing!