Midwestern Gothic, a quarterly out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, showcases fiction, poetry and photographs by those with a connection to the region. With its demographic restriction on submissions, MG is a promising market for emerging Midwestern writers.
Up to three poems by writers who have lived in the Midwest. "We are looking for real life, inspired by the region, good, bad, or ugly."
- Pays one copy
- Simultaneous submissions OK
- Accepts reprints
- Welcomes beginning writers
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"Don’t be fooled by our name. Gothic fiction is often defined as the inclusion of deeply flawed, often 'grotesque' characters in realistic (and, oftentimes unpleasant) settings/situations...Not every piece needs to be dark or twisted or full of despair." Rights revert to author upon publication.