Where to Submit Your Mixed Media Poetry.

Mixed media can help make your poetry—and you as an artist—more memorable to your audience. Here are a few journals accepting submissions!

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When it comes to marketing your self-published poetry collection, the power of mixed media cannot be denied. Emotion and connection are essential parts of poetry, and, coincidentally, they’re also key parts of making compelling video and photography.

We have a full list of submission calls you can find at on our Where to Submit List. This month, we’ve rounded up a few literary magazines and journals that focus on mixed media submissions. With the help of forever friends, chillsubs, the following list highlights where you can submit your poetry videos to connect with an audience and convey emotion in a powerful way.

The Common

The Common is a literary organization whose mission is to deepen our individual and collective sense of place. Based at Amherst College, they aim to serve as a vibrant common space for the global exchange of ideas and experiences through three main areas of activity: publishing, public programming, and mentorship and education.

Sinister Wisdom

A multicultural lesbian literary and art journal, Sinister Wisdom publishes only Lesbians’ work, seeks to open, consider and advance the exploration of lesbian community issues. Material may be in any style or form, or combination of forms and in rare instances, Sinister Wisdom will reprint work that has been previously published.

Alaska Quarterly Review

These homies want work that investigates and divines, that searches out and wants. They’re looking for accidental visitors, harbingers, and spectres. Published twice a year in both print and digital editions, AQR empowers artists and writers to develop broader questions and difficult conversations including works focusing on gender, race, ethnicity, the environment, and social justice.


Whether you’re a hardcore diva or more of a wallflower, showing viewers who you are through mixed media and how your personality relates to your work is an authentic way to connect—and we’re all about that. If you need more tips on how to use videos to further connect with your readers and make your poetry stand out, peep our blog “All Things Video” for the deets.  Happy submitting!

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