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a publishing network where the digertali meet the literati. Art and fiction installations on the web, cyberfiction, writerly webs. Articles on internet versus print media.
one of Britain's leading literary and arts magzines.
The American Literary Review
American literary magazines. Newpages.com, Literary Magazines.
The NewPages Guide to the best literary magazines in print and online.
The American Scholar
The American Scholar is a quarterly magazine dedicated to current events, politics, history, science, culture and the arts.
As the name Ancient Narrative indicates, the areas of interest of the journal are: Greek, Roman, Jewish novelistic traditions, including novels proper, the "fringe", as well as the fragments; narrative texts of the Byzantine age, early Christian narrative texts - and the reception of these works in modern literature, film and music.
Fiction, poetry, "fact", photography.
The Antigonish Review (TAR),
one of Canada's leading literary quarterlies.
The Antioch Review
The Antioch Review is a distinguished, well-established literary journal that publishes lively and cogent essays, fiction, poetry and book reviews.
Swedish/international forum for art, literature, music, cultural politics.
Arete tri-quarterly arts magazine.
An excellent British journal of contemporary literature, contemporary writers. Edited by Craig Raine.
Arts and Letters
Daily news updates. Debate, criticism, reviews.
Arts & Opinion
Arts, Culture, Analysis. A bi-monthly looking for quality critical writing.
Art Times Journal
A literary journal and resource for all of the arts, crossing geographical barriers, counties and states. Based in the Hudson Valley Region and the Metropolitan New York area.
Ascent is a tri-annual collection of fiction, poetry and essays that provokes and entertains the head as well as the heart. Each issue features dramatic poetry, thoughtful essays, and fiction with a solid narrative.
The Associative Press is a nonprofit literary and arts journal, printed annually.
A fantastic offering interviews and reviews (with an American bias), but especially noteworthy for its contemporary opinion on classics dating back to the 1890s.
Australian literary journals
Australian literary mgazines, a guide from the Australian government.AuthorScoop
Australian Poetry Centre list of Australian literary journals, magazines and blogs.
Arena is well known in Melbourne and Australia more broadly as a publication which has made an impact on political and cultural interpretation and practice over a period of more than thirty years.
Australian Book Review
The Australian arts, life and style section.
AustralianReader.com publishes new fiction, nonfiction and poetry by Australian authors.
Jacket2 publishes articles, reviews, interviews, discussions and collaborative responses, archival documents, podcasts, and descriptions of poetry symposia and projects.
Literary Magazines Australia
Literary Magazines Australia brings together the best new writing on offer in Australia from ten of the country’s most respected literary magazines. These ten magazines showcase interesting and provocative work by new and established writers while fostering a culture of dynamic discussion.
Founded as an initiative of the Australian Committee for Cultural Freedom in 1956, Quadrant magazine has publihsed many of Australia's most prominent. Fiction has also been regularly published.
Southerly is Australia’s oldest literary journal.
Wet Ink, the magazine of new writing.
With exclusive columns and author interviews, along with constantly updated links to the latest literary news and reviews, videos related to the craft and business of writing, author quotes and poetry. AuthorScoop is a one-stop shop for both information and inspiration.
Where authors and readers come together. Ebooks, stories, poetry, reviews.
Babel: The Tower of Babel
The Multilingual, Multicultural Online Journal and Community of Arts and Ideas.
Bad Idea Magazine
A quarterly magazine of personal storytelling: journalism, photostories, artwork and comics.
A biannual literary magazine dedicated to the best in fiction and creative non-fiction. Each issue has a theme elaborated on through visual art and design, in print and on the web.
Literature and art of the Middle East.
Birkensnake is an irregularly published, imperfectly bound collection of fiction. Fiction! Paper! Thread!
A journal for gay short fiction.
Blogs (Web Logs) . See also: Literary Web Logs
Literary WeblogsBloomsbury Magazine, London.
Literary life on the web. An on-line magazine for book lovers, readers and writers.
Bloomsbury Magazine research centre.Bold Type
A literary magazine from Random House.
Interviews between artists, writers, musicians, directors and actors.
Art; culture, fiction. Associated with Artforum.
A reading guide with book reviews.
The Boston Review
Politics and literature.
A U.K. literary magazine which publishes high quality, original short stories, plays, poems and creative non-fiction. Each issue also features an in-depth interview with a significant writer and art by contemporary artists.
A literary journal. A reader’s and writer’s magazine.
British literary journals and maagzines
British literary magazines.Brittle Star
A list from Wikipedia.
Brittle Star is an international literary magazine, based in the U.K., dedicated to publishing new poetry and short fiction. It has earned a reputation for providing a platform for writers at the beginning of their careers, many of whom have seen their work in print for the first time.
Burningword is a quarterly publication focusing on emerging writers of poetry and short fiction. This site contains an extensive collection of fantastic poetry and prose by established authors. Burningword is a non-profit organization and has published continuously since June 2000.
Caketrain is a literary journal and press based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The editors wish to bring to the reader the very best in contemporary creative writing. They believe that literary fiction, nonfiction and poetry are, as ever, the cornerstones of new and inventive human observation and the ever-expanding frontiers of linguistic expression.
California Literary Review
Essays, interviews, book reviews. Their goal is to be the #1 source on the web for insightful, irreverent book reviews, thought provoking essays, and interviews with talented authors.
The premier African Diaspora literary journal, publishes original works by, and critical studies of, black writers worldwide.
Cambridge Literary Review
A literary magazine published three times per year at The University of Cambridge, England. It publishes poetry, short fiction and criticism, and has published work by writers from around the world and in many languages.
The Cambridge Quarterly
The Cambridge Quarterly is a journal of literary criticism which also publishes articles on cinema, the visual arts, and music. It aims, without sacrifice of scholarly standards, to engage readers outside as well as inside the academic profession. It welcomes articles that encourage the re-reading of familiar authors, as well as those that champion new or neglected work.
Cerebration is a quarterly electronic journal that aims at bridging the gap between academic and non-academic circles and initiates critical thought and creative expression trans-culturally. The editorial advisory board has eminent academics, authors and journalists like Gayatri Spivak, Bapsi Sidhwa, Cassandra Laity, and Jack Lynch among other renowned academics, journalists and filmmakers from US & India.
Cerise Press is an international online (also print) journal of literature, arts and culture based in the U.S.A and France. The journal, published three times a year, includes poetry, poetry in translation, interviews, reviews, essays, art, photography and more.
Cha: An Asian Literary Journal Cha is the first and only Hong Kong-based online literary quarterly journal dedicated to publishing quality poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, reviews, photography & art from and about Asia.
The Chattahoochee Review
literary magazine is a nationally recognized literary journal. Their purpose, a twenty-five year literary tradition, is to publish original writing of literary merit. Each quarter, they publish the best in creative writing, essays, fiction, literary criticisms; everything you’ve come to expect from a celebrated literary magazine.
Unaffiliated with any institution, Chelsea has been publishing new, established, and soon-to-be-established voices in literature since 1958. Its emphasis is on translations, art, and cross-cultural exchange.
The Chicago Review is a literary magazine published four times per year by the University of Chicago. The Chicago Review was an early promoter of the American Beat Movement in literature.
Chicago Quarterly Review
The Chicago Quarterly Review was founded in 1995 in order to publish both emerging and established writers and, by doing so, encourage them in the development of their craft.
Revista de crítica literaria y de cultura - Journal of literary criticism and culture.
Cold Mountain Review
Founded in 1972 by the poet R.T. Smith and other graduate students in the English Department at Appalachian State University, Cold Mountain Review publishes creative work and interviews with new and notable poets from across the nation and overseas. In addition to bringing the books of neglected small presses to the attention of readers, Cold Mountain Review aims to represent poets from diverse backgrounds.
The Official Journal of the American Comparative Literature Association
Comparative Literature and Culture
A peer-reviewed electronic journal aimed at publishing scholarship in comparative literature and culture.
Conjunctions on the Web features an ever-expanding constellation of innovative fiction, poetry, drama, interviews, and other work by some of the leading literary lights of our time. Over 500 works from the past twenty years of Conjunctions are archived here, ranging from established masters to younger generation writers--and including new writers for the future.
Contemporary Poetry Review
A British-based academic literary journal featuring articles, essays, literary criticism and book reviews of established international poets.
Founded at the University of Chicago, Contrary Magazine publishes poetry, fiction, commentary, and specimens that blur those categories. Published on campus as the Journal of Unpopular Discontent, Contrary now appears quarterly on the web and publishes authors from across the world.
Online literary magazine in Real Audio.
Council of Literary Magazines and Presses, U.S.
The Council serves one of the most active segments of American arts and culture: the independent publishers of exceptional fiction, poetry and prose.(CLMP).
A journal devoted exclusively to the non-fiction genre.
Critical Inquiry is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the best critical thought in the arts and humanities. Founded in 1974, it has been called “one of the best known and most influential journals in the world” (Chicago Tribune) and “academe’s most prestigious theory journal” (New York Times).
Art theory, literary theory, society, technology and culture articles.
An Electronic Journal of Marxist Theory and Practice
Das Gefrorene Meer
A German literary journal that publishes in German and other European lanuages.
Poetry/prose, short stories, travel writing and reviews and monthly features on artists and photographers. Based in Pittsburgh, U.S.
a quarterly journal publishing new and established contemporary writers and visual artists from Canada and around the world.
Diode Poetry Journal
A literary journal published by graduate students at the University of Minnesota.
Dogwood magazine promotes unknown and emerging artists and features a wide array of artwork that ranges from music to photography to poetry.
an independent arts and culture journal out of New York, whose concept is to bring together creative writing, photography, fashion and art.
A journal of prose poetry and flash fiction.
an international online journal for the arts that publishes more traditional forms of representation, such as poetry, prose, and photography, alongside works of art endemic to the medium of the web, such as hypertext, audio, video, and web art.
The EServer JournalsEssays and Fictions
A journal of literature and criticism, based in New York City.
A journal of literature and art by undergraduates of The University of Chicago.
European online literary and culture journals
European literary and scholarly journals online.Exquisite Corpse
A Journal of Letters and Life
French literary journals, media, ezines
3 AM Magazine
Criticism reviews, fiction, non-fiction, poetry. 'Whatever it is, we're against it.'
Move over Wonder Bread! Fringe Magazine seeks submissions in all genres. They want writing that confronts and questions, work that drives readers to action, and literature that pushes the boundaries of form. Fringe: The noun that verbs your world. For artists who want to experiment with old forms and engender the new. Currently, Fringe offers a survey of genres every other month, publishing a single work in each genre.
Gay literary magazines and journals
A literary journal dedicated to publishing gay writing.
Chroma Journal (UK)
German literary and culture journals
Das Gefrorene MeerGeorgia Review
Each issue of The Georgia Review features 200 pages of fiction, poetry, essays, and reviews.
Ginosko Literary Journal
Ginsko is accepting short fiction & poetry, creative nonfiction, interviews, social justice concerns and spiritual insights. It is also looking for books, art and music to post on the website, and links to exchange.
The literary journal of Fayetteville State University, in print and online. Short fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, essays, art, photography, musical pieces and spoken word submissions.
A magazine dedicated to art, fiction, non-fiction and poetry.
British new writing.
The Great American Poetry Show
The Great American Poetry Show is a serial poetry anthology open year-round to submissions of poems in any subject, in any style, and in any number with a SASE (self-addressed stamped envelope).
Articles, arts and culture reviews (U.K.).
is a literary quarterly edited and published in Bangalore with the support of a small group of writers called Family of Katha Kshetre.
Katha Kshetre means Temple of Story.
KK is read by writers, authors, academicians, students of literature and culture.
They publish short stories from throughout the world over, as well as essays related to literature and culture, poems, haiku, tips on creative writing and book reviews.
Knockout Literary Magazine
A literary journal in the U.K.
One of the most respected literary journals in the U.S.
A magazine of history and ideas.
Ledge Poetry and Fiction Magazine
The Ledge Magazine is an annual publication of contemporary poetry and fiction. Each issue features a diverse group of contributors of all backgrounds and persuasions.
Lifelines: Dartmouth Literary Journal
Lifeline is a literary and art journal from The Dartmouth Medical School committed to exploring the intersection of creativity and the experience of medicine.
Latin American voices. The international multi award wining bilingual magazine with a unique international perspective. It publishes from the most established artist to newest voices.
A journal of prose, poetry and art. An internet award-winner, based in New York.
An online literary magazine (U.K.) featuring interviews with luminaries of the literary world, articles, reviews and new creative works.
New art and literature, fiction, short stories.
Since 2006, they have been publishing monthly themed issues of fiction, nonfiction and poetry, and though based in London, they aim to celebrate new, emerging and established writers from all over the world.
An anual journal of poetry and prose, founded in 2009 by Ann Kjellberg and Melissa Green.
London Review of Books
Lorraine and James Global Urban Literature
A literary journal whose mission is to till the urban landscape in search of new writers and give attention to the noncommercial work of established writers from the United States and around the globe. It is their intent that through this process they will act as a conduit though which a writer from anywhere can connect with readers everywhere.
An online literary magazine published quarterly, accepting fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction and artwork. Preference is given to humorous submissions with an emphasis on travel. An anthology of the best work is published annually.
magazine of fantastic literature and science fiction. On the net since February 2000, on paper since April 2004.
MMagazines. Newpages.com, Literary Magazines.
The NewPages Guide to the best literary magazines in print and online.
Quarterly online journal edited by a group of poets from London, England. Every issue of Magma has a different editor, either members of their board or a prominent poet acting as a guest editor. Their aim is to promote the very best in contemporary poetry, either from previously unpublished or emerging poets or the more established. They have published Seamus Heaney, Don Paterson, Sean O’Brien, Alice Oswald, Al Alvarez, Wendy Cope, George Szirtes, Gillian Clarke, John Burnside and Mark Doty among many others.
McSweeney's. Timothy McSweeny
Internet stories, internet literary experiments.
Di Mezzo il Mare - The Great Handwritten Journal Snapshot Collective Social Experiment
Di Mezzo Il Mare is a new online journal of literature and art based in Italy and the U.S. Their primary intent is to show the life of the unique handwritten page. Journal snapshot images may be of material considered to be a draft, sketch, or fragment, which, for the journal's purposes, are also considered finished products.
Meridian is a semiannual literary journal produced at the University of Virginia in conjunction with the university’s M.F.A. Program in Creative Writing. Founded in 1998, Meridian has featured the works of numerous Pulitzer Prize Winners, National Book Award Winners, and established writers.
This magazine from Canada publishes poems, stories, interviews, cartoons and novel excerpts.
Michigan Quarterly Review
Fiction, essays, poetry, book reviews, and interviews with distinguished people.
Mississippi Review is known as one of the oldest and most respected literary journals in the U.S..
Discoverer of previously unknown writers.
A weekly column about books and writers that appears in newspapers, alternative news weeklies, and on-line journals. It is posted on MobyLives.com on Mondays, the day after it appears in most newspapers. The MobyLives.com news log is updated daily, Monday through Friday.
Modern Poetry in Translation
The international magazine for the translation of poetry into English.
The Montreal Review
The Montreal Review is an independent, nonpartisan online magazine of ideas. We publish short stories, poetry, non-fiction, book reviews and interviews on politics, society, the environment, and culture.
Moonset Literary Newspaper
Haiku, Senryu, Haibun, Renku, Tanka, Haiga, and photographic art. Published bi-annually by the Natal light press. 48 Tabloid size pages. Featuring over 250 poets/artists in each issue, and offering over 450 works.
More Than Medium
More than Medium is a University of Mary Washington student-run literary journal that is interested in standout work that experiments with form, but they are still open to traditional forms. They are looking for more than medium work, more than medium life, more than the medium - something that takes the reader outside of the ordinary.
We accept all forms of artistic expression, including: short stories, poetry, essays, photography, visual art, and music.
An Electronic Journal of Poetry & Poetics
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