Nothing is yours. It is to use. It is to share. If you will not share it, you cannot use it.”
Ursula K. Le Guin

BRUISER publishes new work in all mediums — prose, poetry, image, audio, video, comix, whatever — as long as it can be shared digitally.

We are interested in genre bending, formal experimentation, critical analysis, and collaboration. We are drawn to the strange, the grotesque, the radical, the degenerate. We want work that moves forward while looking back, takes risks, steps on toes, creates discomfort.

Get weird.


  • We are always looking for fresh work. Submit as often as you want.
  • Submit via this form: bruisermag.com/submit.
  • Submit plain text or links to downloadable media files. Links to non-downloadable media (i.e., your Instagram profile) will be ignored.
  • Submit only unpublished work. Pieces previously posted to personal sites or social media are fine.
  • No acceptance or rejection emails. If it’s not posted within three weeks, consider it a respectful no — but don’t let that deter you from submitting again in the future.


We don’t have any. Sorry.