Fresh from Palmy

Milly Magazine is a newly launched online journal, based in Palmerston North. Edited by Theressa Malone, it has a fresh aesthetic and a special focus on essays. Milly calls for submissions short fiction, poetry and reviews, too, especially if they:

“…unearth parts of daily life otherwise ignored.”

There’s currently a small sampling of work up, so you can get a feel for things to come. Check out I once breathed an ancient breath, by Devon Judd, and Lossy, by Kingston Rivera.

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New rāhui journal

Stasis is a brand new journal, operating for the duration of the rāhui, and possibly longer.

Edited by writer and artist Sinead Overbye and poetry slam champion Jordan Hamel, it seeks a wide range of fiction and non-fiction writing, poetry, reviews, art, and more, with a focus on work created during the coronavirus lockdown period.

Find out more about Stasis journal here, including how to submit.

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Aotearoa journals

Looking for a home for your work?

There’s a treasure trove of homegrown literary journals and other outlets accepting prose, poetry, essays, reviews, and related work.

Some have rolling submissions, others have regular deadlines, and some may be on hiatus – check the submission guidelines carefully.

Hagley graduates pop up regularly in these journals, so get reading, subscribe if you can, and start submitting your work.

Good luck!

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