Top 5 Dark Poetry Magazines & Publications in 2024

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Dark Poetry Magazines

Here are 5 Best Dark Poetry Magazines you should follow in 2024

1. The Chamber Magazine » Poetry

The Chamber Magazine » Poetry Dark poetry is a form of literature that explores the depths of the human experience, often through evocative and sensual details. The Chamber publishes 'The Strange and Dark and Beautiful' of contemporary short stories & poems from around the world and from all genres: mainstream, literary, science-fiction, fantasy, horror, grimdark, suspense/thriller, action-adventure, experimental, gothic, Southern gothic, neo-noir, noir, transgressive, magical realism, macabre, mystery/crime, cyberpunk, and more.
Facebook Followers 483Twitter Followers 576 Frequency 9 posts / year Get Email Contact

2. DarkWinter Literary Magazine

DarkWinter Literary Magazine DarkWinter Literary Magazine is an independent publication from Ontario, Canada which focuses on short fiction and poetry. They want your weirdness, your tradition with a twist, your humour, your dark thoughts, or your elation. They're open to anything—just make it interesting. Make them think.
Facebook Followers 174Twitter Followers 940 Frequency 15 posts / month Get Email Contact

3. The Dark Magazine

The Dark Magazine In the pages of The Dark Magazine, you will find a different kind of dark fiction. Just that-different. And dark. Not necessarily horror, per se, with blood and guts and serial killers, but fiction that is weird and offbeat; magic realism; the fantastic; dark science fiction.
Facebook Followers 2.7KTwitter Followers 6.8K Frequency 4 posts / month Get Email Contact

4. Boulevard Magazine

Boulevard Magazine Since 1985, Boulevard's mission has been to publish the finest in contemporary fiction and poetry as well as definitive essays on the arts and culture, and to publish a diversity of writers who exhibit an original sensibility. Boulevard was founded in 1984 in New York City and incorporated in 1985 as a nonprofit by writer Richard Burgin.
Facebook Followers 5.2KTwitter Followers 7KInstagram Followers 5.6K Frequency 2 posts / week Get Email Contact

5. Dark Mountain

Dark Mountain In 2009, two English writers published a manifesto. Out of that manifesto grew a cultural movement: a rooted and branching network of creative activity, centred on the Dark Mountain journal, sustained by the work of a growing gang of collaborators and contributors, as well as the support of thousands of readers around the world. Read the latest posts and check out the dark poetry.
Facebook Followers 16.6K Frequency 5 posts / month Get Email Contact

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Mat Osmonddark-mountain.net1
Prime Booksthedarkmagazine.com1
The Dark Mountain Projectdark-mountain.net1
Susan Raffodark-mountain.net1
Sophia Picklesdark-mountain.net1
Shaun Pettdark-mountain.net1
Rupert Readdark-mountain.net1
Robin Greydark-mountain.net1
Rachel Whitedark-mountain.net1
Nicholas Wilkinsondark-mountain.net1
Adam Weymouthdark-mountain.net1
Liz Jensendark-mountain.net1
Hannah Closedark-mountain.net1
Felipe Viverosdark-mountain.net1
Erika Howsaredark-mountain.net1
Damian Le Basdark-mountain.net1
Ash Sandersdark-mountain.net1
Andri Snaer Magnasondark-mountain.net1
Brett Callwoodlaweekly.com2
Gabe Finchillustratemagazine.com2
Nina Munteanureactormag.com2
Valerie Sayerscommonwealmagazine.org2
Dominique Paul Nothurbanmilwaukee.com1
Erica Campbellnme.com1
Sumiko Saulsonstrangehorizons.com1
Vanessa Armstrongreactormag.com1
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