I keep a running list of potential markets for my work by scouring a variety of sources, including Literary Hub, The Review Review, NewPages, Places for Writers, and a bunch of other sites. You can check them out to find more options, including poetry, fiction, and cross-genre.
I'm happy to share this with you, in the spirit of writers helping writers. As usual, submit your best work and read the guidelines carefully.
Deadline: November 1, 2015
"Prizes of $250 will be awarded to one selection in each genre for outstanding poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction."
"A print literary journal dedicated to providing a space to showcase women’s fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry. If you’re a gal, we just want your point of view."
"A publication of art, short fiction, and creative nonfiction that strives to question, redefine, and challenge conventional viewpoints. We want distinctive writing and unique voices. Astonish us. Provoke us."
"We publish handwritten fiction, nonfiction, reviews, poetry, critical essays, and other experimental forms that can fit on a postcard."
Deadline: February 1, 2016
"Currently accepting submissions for our spring 2016 issue. While we are particularly interested in work that reflects upon our spring 2016 theme of the journey, we will be glad to publish high quality work on any subject. www.ajimagazine.com
Deadline: November 15, 2015
"Currently accepting fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, interviews, drama, cross-genre, and visual art for its fall 2015 issue."
"Invites online submissions of previously unpublished short fiction, essays, and poetry."
Deadline: October 15, 2015
"We are writers who value and publish well-crafted short stories, poems, and creative nonfiction essays that are not afraid to make us care. We want work that braves to be, that dares to be."
Deadline: November 30, 2015
"A literary journal that explores the boundaries of contemporary and creative nonfiction. Personal essays are welcome—including nature, environmental, and travel essays—as well as memoirs, personal critical essays, and literary journalism."