Not at all a complete list, but all well worth submitting and subscribing to.
Acumen: “deserves to be read for its first hand experience of poetry. The work it does is the opposite of academic and therefore valuable.”
Agenda: “one of the best known and most highly respected poetry journals in the world, having been founded in 1959 by Ezra Pound and William Cookson.”
Algebra of Owls: a “no frills” online poetry zine with a simple mission; to publish engaging, accessible poetry from around the world on a regular basis (about 15 poems each month).
Amaryllis: is Poetry Swindon’s poetry blog and publishes two new poems a week, every Monday and Thursday.
Ambit: Ambit is a 96-page quarterly literary and art magazine. It is created in London,
published in the UK, and read internationally.
Antiphon: an online poetry magazine dedicated to publishing the best in contemporary poetry from new and established poets.
Artemis: Poems submitted by women poets of any age. Each issue has a different judge selecting work. Also see Second Light.
Atrium: Atrium is a poetry webzine based in Worcestershire, UK. We aim to publish a quality new poem twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Bare Fiction: offer a platform for new creative writing across poetry, fiction and plays to encourage writers who are testing their boundaries to stretch themselves creatively.
The Blue Nib: Established in 2016 by Dave Kavanagh as a platform for both established and emerging writers. The focus was on poetry, publishing the work of new and already established poets.
Brittle Star: A magazine for new and emerging writers.
Butcher’s Dog: Butcher’s Dog is a new biannual poetry magazine, founded in the North East of England by seven poets who each won a Northern Promise Award from New Writing North in 2010 and/or 2011.
Cardiff Review: Founded in 2015 by four graduate students of Cardiff University’s MA in Creative Writing.
Carillon Magazine: Founded in 2001 Carillon is a neat, perfect bound magazine with poetry, stories and articles.
Coast to Coast to Coast: a stitched journal designed to be both a small piece of art work and a regular poetry publication. Each issue will contain the work of a maximum of twenty poets and each will be unique and produced as limited edition.
Crossways: An Online Literary Magazine: Set up in 2018 they are interested in writing that has beauty, power and depth.
The Curlew: The Curlew is a high-quality, non-profit, printed periodical dedicated to fine writing and illustration about the natural world and supporting conservation.
The curly mind blog: Exploratory/experimental poetry.
The Dark Horse: is an international literary magazine committed to British, Irish and American poetry, and is published from Scotland.
The Dawntreader: a themed quarterly 52 page perfect bound literary publication with an international readership. Mainly poems but some prose on myth, legend, nature, environment.
Dream Catcher: is an international journal, a small press and a community-based literature organisation. Editor Paul Sutherland.
Erbacce: They accept poetry submissions that are radical either in form or content.
Exiled Writers Ink!: a magazine reflecting exciting, different voices in a new cultural environment. Literature, discussion, commentary.
The French Literary Review: A twice-yearly (April & October) international literary magazine of poetry and prose.
The Frogmore Papers: founded in 1983, since when The Frogmore Papers, its bi-annual magazine, has published hundreds of new, neglected and established writers. Edited by Jeremy Page.
Granta: is a literary magazine founded in 1889. Read the best new fiction, poetry, photography, and essays by famous authors, Nobel winners and new voices
Gutter: is an award-winning, high quality, printed journal for fiction and poetry from writers born or living in Scotland.
HCE Review: is an online literary journal launched in 2016 by the MA and MFA Creative Writing courses at University College Dublin.
The Honest Ulsterman: The magazine was created by the late poet James Simmons in May 1968.
I am not a silent poet For poems of protest and abuse.
Idler: Poetry, essays, shorts.
Ink, Sweat and Tears: a poetry and prose webzine edited by Helen Ivory.
Iota: Each issue is published with over one hundred pages of excellent new work, reviews and interviews in a superbly designed and produced paperback format.
Into the Void: is an award-winning print and online literary magazine and small press publisher dedicated to providing a platform for world-class fiction, flash, creative nonfiction, poetry, and visual art
The Interpreter’s House: “is dedicated to the best in poetry and short stories”.
The Journal: ‘…interesting and experimental while avoiding the obscure and unnecessarily difficult. Add to the excellent selection of poetry, some interesting and insightful reviews and The Journal is a must for anyone who loves poetry …” Juliet Wilson
The Lake: is dedicated to publishing all forms of poetry by new and established poets, highlighting the best of contemporary poetry and reviewing the best of the new books.
Lighthouse Literary Journal: a new journal published quarterly to give space and support to new talent. They look to publish the best short fiction and poetry emerging from the UK writing scene.
London Grip: independent online venue, a cultural omnibus providing intelligent reviews of current shows and events, well-argued articles on the widest range of topics, an exhibition space for cross-media arts and an in-house poetry magazine with its own editor.
The London Magazine: it is a home for the best writing, and an indispensable feature on the British literary landscape.
The Long Poem Magazine: publishes long poems and sequences twice a year, in May and October.
Magma: The poetry magazine with a different editor every issue.
Marble Poetry: Created in 2018. It’s aims are simple, to publish good new poems and is edited by Aisling Tempany. She is a graduate of Cardiff University, and a postgraduate of Swansea University.
The Moth: Founded in June 2010, The Moth is a quarterly arts & literature magazine featuring poetry, short fiction and art by established and up-and-coming writers and artists from Ireland and abroad.
Mslexia: For women who write.
A New Ulster: Ireland’s newest literary and arts ezine, magazine – a gateway for local talent and global writers and artists.
New Welsh Review: Founded in 1988 as the successor to The Welsh Review (1939-1948), Dock Leaves and The Anglo-Welsh Review (1949-1987), New Welsh Review is Wales’s foremost literary magazine in English.
The North: ‘Redressing the balance of English poetry’ – Poetry Review.
Obsessed with Pipework: “is quarterly magazine of new highwire poetry to surprise and delight”. Edited by Charles Johnson. Contact details: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and through the website email@example.com
The Ofi Press Literary Magazine (Mexico) The Ofi Press prints eclectic poetry, fiction, articles, interviews and translations from all over the world.
Orbis: 84 pages of news, reviews, views, letters, features, prose and quite a lot of poetry.
The Poetry Bus: PB is open to ALL. The only ticket you need is to have a poem that says something interesting and says it well.
Poetry Kit Magazine: an online annual added to throughout the year.
Poetry London: “a leading international poetry magazine where contemporary poets share pages with exciting new names.”
Poetry Birmingham Literary Journal: They accept poetry, hybrid forms of up to 500 words, and essays on poetics.
Poetry Review: is the Poetry Society’s internationally acclaimed quarterly poetry magazine, published in March, June, September and December and sent to every full member of the Poetry Society.
Poetry Salzburg: English poetry published at the University of Salzburg.
Poetry Scotland: a broadsheet magazine, edited and published by Sally Evans in Callander.
Poetry Wales: a quarterly magazine with an international reputation for excellent poems, features and reviews from Wales and beyond.
Prole: Prole aims to challenge, engage and entertain but never exclude. We want to reconnect readers with writers.
Pulp Poetry: This journal was created by embracing the ethos of pulp magazines – by providing the general population with quality and accessible writing which hits like a sucker punch.
Rattle: A US-based magazine. Rattle’s mission is to promote the practice of poetry. Rattle publishes about 150 poems each year, and all of them come from unsolicited submissions.
Reach Poetry: a long-established and successful monthly subscriber publication from Indigo Dreams Publishing. £50 prize-money from readers’ votes each issue.
The Reader: “The Reader is one of the best things to thump through the letter box. . . . Full of pithy, passionate and precise things.”- Seamus Heaney
The Rialto: independent poetry magazine and award-winning poetry publisher.
Riggwelter: a journal of creative arts founded by Amy Kinsman in 2017. It releases an issue once a month.
Saravasti: A 52 page, perfect bound quarterly publication from Indigo Dreams Publishing.
Shearsman: Issues appear in print in April and October of each year.
Skylight 47 “possibly Ireland’s most interesting poetry publication.”
The Selkie: was founded in Spring 2018 with the strong belief that ‘representation’ should stand as its core value.
Snakeskin: Online magazine edited by George Simmers.
South: SOUTH is published twice yearly. It features previously unpublished poems written in English.
Stand: Stand was founded in 1952 with Jon Silkin’s £5.00 received after being made redundant.
Stinging Fly: was established in 1997 to seek out, publish and promote the very best new Irish and international writing.
Strix: shortlisted for the highly prestigious Saboteur Awards 2018 prize for Best Magazine.
Tears in the Fence:an independent literary journal established in November 1984.
The Times Literary Supplement: “The leading international forum for literary culture.”
Three Drops from a Couldron: is a quarterly online journal for poetry and flash fiction (or any hybrid of the two) and visual art involving myth, legend, folklore, fable and fairytale.
Under the Radar: It is a lively mix of the best up-and-coming and established poets and writers, as well as reviews and articles. Under the Radar is a place for readers and writers alike to make new discoveries.
The Wolf: presents new poetry three times a year and is edited by James Byrne. Currently closed.