Often the best way to identify an outlet for publication is to think about what journals you and your colleagues regularly read and cite. You may also need to consider a journal's Impact Factor, and average time to publication.
Try entering your topic or keywords in a relevant library database, then filter by "peer reviewed" to find reputable journals the publish articles on your topic.
Or, ask a librarian for help!
Cabell's gives a snapshot of each journals' impact metrics and publication criteria, including:
Ulrichs tells you where each journal is indexed and includes information about types of materials published (articles, book reviews, etc.) and peer review.
publisher-agnostic journal suggestions:
Journal suggestions by publisher: