River Styx is a print literary magazine that was founded in 1975. Since their founding, they have remained a non-profit literary organization free of institutional ties. They feature thoughtful yet accessible literature and art.
Along with their biannual issues, they also host two reading series and offer online individual critiques and online workshop critiques in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. They are open to submissions year-round, but will take a few breaks during the year to catch up.
Their annual Microfiction Contest is currently accepting submissions of stories under 500 words through December 31. The winner receives $1,000 and publication. Plus, if you aren’t already a subscriber, don’t forget to sign-up for a subscription. They will be releasing issue 103/104 soon.
Stop by their listing on NewPages to learn more.