Arlington Literary Journal, an e-journal known as ArLiJo, is located in Arlington, Virginia and is sponsored by Gival Press.
The intent of ArLiJo is to feature a variety of authors/poets/artists from around the globe whose work provokes readers to contemplate issues, etc.
The work chosen promotes understanding and sensitivity across borders, even if initially the work may cause one to take a double-take.
Editor-in-Chief, Robert L. Giron
Special 2021 Women in Translation Month, Issue 151, edited by Hollynd Karapetkova
Special 2021 LGBTQ Poetry Issue, Issue 149, edited by Jeff Walt
Special 2020 Black Women Poets, Issue 139, edited by Teri Ellen Cross Davis
Special 2020 Poetry Month Bilingual (Spanish/English) Edition, Issue 135, edited by Luis Alberto Ambroggio
Special 2019 Women in Translation Month, Issue 121, edited by Katherine E. Young
Access each issue by clicking on the Issue No. (scroll downward to Issue No. 1).
Reading Submission Period:
Please note that the next Submission portal will open on March 15, 2023 to April 15, 2023,
immediately after the 2023 AWP Conference. In the future, the reading period will follow the AWP Conference so the dates might change slightly.
Submit via portal at:
During non-reading period, publication in ArLiJo is by invitation only; query the editor at: firstname.lastname@example.org with ArLiJo in the Subject Line. There is no reading fee to submit to ArLiJo.
Any work published shall remain the property of the author/poet/artist and for any previously published work to appear the author/poet/artist must still retain the rights of the work and must provide the publication name and the date of publication. Please note that ArLiJo is an ejournal.