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Publishers


Cobalt Magazine    visit website


Cobalt is a new literary journal in Baltimore that started on September 10, 2011.
Baltimore City Paper    visit website


Since 1977, Baltimore City Paper has been dedicated to giving the Baltimore metropolitan area an alternative source of news and opinions on local politics, communities, culture, and the arts. More than 300,000 readers turn to us every week for Baltimore's most comprehensive calendar of events; coverage of the latest in movies, music, visual arts, and the printed word; provocative voices on topics ranging from sports to sex to cyberspace to City Hall; and stories they won't find anywhere else. The paper is published weekly. Baltimore City Paper's innovative website, City Paper Online, easily reaches web users in the Baltimore/Washington D.C. metropolitan area, as well as around the country and world.
The Writer's Center: Poet Lore    visit website


Established in 1889, Poet Lore is the oldest continuously published poetry magazine in the United States. Under the stewardship of its present publisher, The Writer's Center, Poet Lore publishes semi-annual installments of the finest contemporary poetry both by established writers and by those breaking into print. Poet Lore also prints reviews of new poetry books and books about poetry and poets.
Little Patuxent Review    visit website


Reflecting the creativity and diversity of the arts and literature in Howard County and the region.
Potomac Review    visit website
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The Potomac Review is a yearly publication published by the Paul Peck Humanities Institute at Montgomery College. The publication is rooted in its region, reflecting its people, landscapes, habitats, values, and ethos. Potomac Review publishes a lively blend of writers and artists from the region and beyond.
Johns Hopkins University Press    visit website


A leader and innovator in scholarly publishing since 1878, the Johns Hopkins University Press publishes and distributes books, journals, and online collections for a worldwide audience of students, professionals, and general readers.
Narrow House    visit website


Narrow House is an experimental writing publishing collective. Justin Sirois, the founder of Narrow House received Maryland State Art Council grants for poetry in 2003 and 2007. His books include Secondary Sound (BlazeVOX Books) and MLKNG SCKLS (Publishing Genius).
Publishing Genius Press    visit website


Publishing Genius Press specializes in the publication of short books. PGP was founded in 2006, when the first issue of Baltimore Is Reads was published.
JMWW    visit website


JMWW is a quarterly journal of writing that publishes the best in fiction, poetry, flash, nonfiction, and art every April, July, October, and January (or thereabouts).
Smartish Pace    visit website


Smartish Pace works to publish contemporary poetry and translations of poetry, as well as host public poetry readings and maintain an informative and interactive website.
Baltimore Review    visit website


The Baltimore Review was founded in 1996 as a literary journal publishing short stories and poems, with a mission to showcase the best writing from the Baltimore area and beyond. Our mission remains just that. However, in our online format, we can now bring that fine writing to the world's attention, more frequently, and at less cost. We can also explore new ways to bring the world of writers and writing to the reader's attention.

In 2012, The Baltimore Review begins its new life as a quarterly, online literary. This doesn't mean that we've fallen out of love with the printed book. Work accepted for online publication will also be collected for annual print issues.

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