Finding a home for your story isn't always easy, so where do you start? When researching potential publications, it might be helpful to keep these three things in mind:
1) What are the themes they publish? If they publish uplifting stories with happy endings and your story is dark, then it's probably not going to be a good fit. By reading several of their stories (or at least the first three paragraphs and the ending), you'll get an idea of what type of stories they publish.
2) What is the structure of the stories they publish? Are the stories they publish language-driven or POV driven? Do they mostly publish 1st person or 3rd person? Are the stories traditional or experimental in form? Do all their stories have a distinctive style, and does your story fit that style?
3) What types of authors are they publishing? Do they publish new writers or only accomplished writers or writers with MFAs? Reading the bios of those who have been published by them will give you a better idea of what your chance is to be published in this journal.