Katrina Bang is ready to consider sending a work she was unable to circulate for comment (color reproduction concerns) for publication, and asked for recommendations of places.
Due to the content, which is visual and written both, I recommend it be submitted as art.
She might consider feminist journals. While the response time is longer, the audience is very responsive.
13th Moon, on the web at http://www.albany.edu/13thMoon/13mmag.htm, edited in the past by Judith Johnson and Marilyn Hacker (look 'em up!), from SUNY Albany (Johnson is now emeritus from there, I think?)
Calyx, http://www.proaxis.com/~calyx/journal.html; note how, in the submissions guidelines, submissions of art (rather than poetry) are almost always open!
Kalliope is a really nice feminist journal of longstanding edited out of Florida!
Since we haven't had the opportunity to discuss this during workshop, but SHOULD take the time, I want to mention that I *NEVER* endorse entering *ANY* writing contest which charges a fee. Ideosyncratically, I do occasionally enter the National Poetry Series and similar book prizes. If you read this... ask in workshop!
More soon, including visual poetry journals...