Gulf Stream Magazine
There are presently no open calls for submissions.
What we publish
We publish fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction & visual art.
We love a wide range of genres and styles, especially writing that is innovative in form and progressive in content. Work must be original and previously unpublished.
Not sure if your work is suited to our magazine?
Find out what we like by reading our current issue.
We acknowledge that literary spaces traditionally have centered the white, heterosexual, cisgender male experience at the expense of other voices. We want to break from that tradition and are therefore especially interested in reading work from those who are often marginalized in literary spaces, including Black, Brown, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC); all women, including but not limited to, trans and cis women; LGBTQIA+ people; agender, gender non-conforming, and nonbinary people; people with disabilities; and people who live at the intersections of identities.
We are a biannual online publication.
Fiction: 5,000 words
Creative Nonfiction: 5,000 words
Poetry: 3 poems per submission
How to submit
Please submit your work through submittable.
No submissions through email or mail unless you have an invite to do so from the editors. (For example, prisoners may request to do this.)
Include a bio of up to fifty words along with your cover letter.
-Reading fee of $3. (For a fee waiver, reach out to the editors).
-International submissions are welcomed, but English only this year.
-Multiple submissions are welcome at $3 per submission.
-Simultaneous submissions are fine as long as you notify us if it’s accepted elsewhere.
-No submissions from current FIU students.
-Submissions accepted from FIU alums two or more years after graduation.
We hold first serial rights for the material we publish, with the copyright reverting back to the author upon publication.
Reviews & interviews
No unsolicited submissions or requests, please.