If you are in search of Latino Literary Magazines. Check these out!
Acentos Review: The Acentos Review shoots from the spring that is the Acentos Bronx Poetry Showcase and The Acentos Foundation in supporting the work of Latinx writers.
The Acentos Review publishes poetry, fiction, memoir, interviews, translations, and artwork by emerging and established Latinx writers and artists four times a year. The LatinX community is international and so, too, do we pledge to represent that international community. We welcome submissions in English, Spanish, Portuguese, a combination of two languages, as well as the use of indigenous languages.
The debate may rage forever as to who or what constitutes Latinx art. Here, there is no such identity crisis. We are already here, writing the histories of our neighborhoods, following the traditions of our ancestors, as well as the poetic traditions that came before us. To paraphrase Baldwin, the poet’s task as historian is to keep the story new, even when the telling is costly. This is the aesthetic we foster at Acentos. It is always about the word, the work, and it all begins here.Submission guidelines: http://www.acentosreview.com/submission-guidelines.html
Asterix Journal: Founded by novelist Angie Cruz and writer Adriana E. ramirez in 2013. The name and mission of Aster(ix) was an conitnues to be fostered by their core council; Angie Cruz, Sheila Maldonado, Marta Lucia vargas, Emily Raboteau, Adriana E. Ramirez and NellY Rosario. Aster(ix) Journal is by and for people of Color.They only accept solicited submissions but have open calls for readings periods throughout the year. The best way to learn about them is to subscribe to their newsletter, like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.
Somos en escrito: This magazine is dedicated to providing an outlet to new and established writers in the various fields of literature: fiction (short stories, novellas, excerpts from novels), essays, poetry (all genre), experimental, and book reviews, written in Spanish and/or English. Its broad purpose is to empower Latina/o writers to practice their art and give exposure to their works now, through the instantaneous medium of the Internet