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  • A Literary Bent Magazine: Quarterly print/online publication focusing on short stories, poetry and essays. Sample issue, submission guidelines, and resources.
  • Alaska Quarterly Review: Magazine featuring a variety of genres. Contents and contributor biographies available online.
  • Atlantic Online: A regularly updated companion web site to the magazine Atlantic Monthly. Includes fiction, featured articles and reviews.
  • Ballyhoo Stories: A print literary journal with companion Web site featuring fiction and creative nonfiction.
  • Bias Onus Quarterly: Independent quarterly literary magazine showcasing the work of unknown or little known writers of poetry and short fiction.
  • Bikwil: A bi-monthly magazine available by paid subscription or for download on the net.
  • Boston Review: The online version of the print magazine which has been, since 1975, an award-winning forum for political, cultural and literary ideas.
  • Caveat Lector: Online version of the magazine dedicated to fiction, poetry, philosophy, and the arts.
  • Central Sierra Seasons: Offers a free copy and subscription information for the Sierra Foothills magazine that showcases the talents of the area's artists, photographers and writers.
  • Century: Excerpts, submission and suscription information for the quarterly fiction magazine are available on the website.
  • Chiron Review: The website of the Pushcart Prize-winning literary magazine includes several sample poems.
  • Clamor Magazine: A magazine of politics and culture.
  • Classic Literature: Includes generic and work-specific articles and links.
  • Comfusion: A bi-yearly print magazine featuring fiction, poetry, essays, art and photography, with a web gallery.
  • Conjunctions: A publisher of new fiction, poetry, art and interviews.
  • Corbeled Gallery: An independent print literary magazine, available from magazine distributors.
  • Crimson Feet Magazine: Bimonthly journal for writers and poets based in the Indian sub-continent. With online samples and newsblog.
  • CrossConnect: A literary magazine with a complimentary website.
  • Dislocate: Print and online journal published by graduate students at the University of Minnesota. Current issue, archives, and submission information.
  • ESC! Magazine: Hybrid print and electronic literary magazine for aspiring writers and artists.
  • Earth Stories: Quarterly literary newsletter published by Pachamama Press focuses on themes of people's connection with nature. Online and print versions available.
  • Edgar Literary Magazine: Publishing fiction, essays, poetry, and black and white photography. Submission and contact information.
  • Entrepôt Magazine: A Canadian student magazine covering politics, fiction, and mass culture. With online excerpts and submissions.
  • Evergreen Review: Offers classic Evergreen stories and articles as well as the latest cutting edge literature and art.
  • Fence Magazine: Bi-annual litarary magazine give samples of each issue online.
  • Folio: American University's journal of poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction. With submission and subscription details.
  • Fresh!: A magazine composed of local and universal writings of short stories, poetry, articles, and book reviews with an online version and a quarterly printed issue.
  • Fugue: Online edition of the print journal published by the University of Idaho.
  • Gorilla: Monthly fiction magazine. Submission guidelines and online excerpts.
  • Grain Magazine: "The freshest poetry and fiction anywhere." Published in Canada, but has an international list of authors.
  • Grand Street: A quarterly magazine dedicated to art, poetry, short stories and non-fiction. Website includes ordering instructions.
  • Granta: Quarterly magazine of new writing, with details of the latest issue, extracts from back issues, submission and subscription information and special features.
  • Harper's: The website of the popular magazine includes the Harper's Index; visitor-submitted statistics.
  • Hayden's Ferry Review: Literary magazine of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and art.
  • Hayden's Ferry Review: Arizona State University's award-winning national literary magazine, with fiction, poetry, essays, interviews and art.
  • Heat Magazine: Australian literary magazine featuring writing by emerging and established international writers.
  • Hobart: Sporadically published journal of fiction, art and reviews. Submission and subscription information and online excerpts.
  • Hodge-Podge: A family magazine featuring stories and poetry.
  • Hunger Magazine: Award winning international journal with a bent for forms of language and image experiments with an edge.
  • Jacqueline Norman's Tides: Soft bound magazine written for the youth as well as for adults.
  • Jews: A print magazine with Jewish art, photography, poetry and fiction, with frequent mail-art for subscribers. Site includes samples of published issues.
  • Journal of Experimental Fiction: Online version of the print publication.
  • Kenyon Review: Publishes emerging writers, especially from diverse communities.
  • LURCH: Brooklyn-based magazine featuring original fiction, poetry and art.
  • LitRag Online: An international journal of contemporary literature and pictures.
  • Literal Latte: The online version of the New York-based magazine of prose, poetry and art, featuring established and new writers.
  • Literary Liaisons: Australian e-zine offering author interviews and profiles, book reviews, and news and commentary.
  • Maelstrom: The web supplement to a hard-copy magazine. Includes poetry, short fiction, comics and "poetography".
  • Magpie Magazine: Toronto-based literary magazine publishing poetry, short fiction, and photographs. Author bios, submission guidelines, and subscriptions.
  • Meridian Magazine: A semi-annual literary magazine produced by the M.F.A. candidates at the University of Virginia.
  • Nagoya Writes: Published twice a year, with fiction, poetry, essays, photoghraphy and artwork. Selected works from each issue can also be read at the website.
  • New England Review: Featuring sample works of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction from the respected print quarterly, plus submission guidelines and ordering information.
  • New Millennium Writings: A twice-annual journal filled with vibrant imagery and word-craft.
  • Newark Review: A journal for New Jersey authors and artists, with poetry, prose, and images.
  • Night Falls To a Tilted Darkness: This magazine, both on-line and printed is put together by students in Libertyville High School, and features poetry, columns, articles, comics, photos, and drawings.
  • Night Train: A biannual print magazine of literary fiction.
  • Numb Magazine: Subscriptions and online excerpts from the arts and literature quarterly.
  • Open City Magazine: Dedicated to publishing today's best new fiction, poetry, and essays by writers whose bold voices may be too daring and cutting-edge for mainstream publishing.
  • Other Voices: A magazine publishing poetry, fiction, nonfiction, visual art and reviews.
  • Painted Bride Quarterly: Online and print annual of poetry, fiction, essays and art.
  • Painted Bride Quarterly: Published quarterly online and annually in print.
  • Permafrost: Yearly international journal for the arts. Current and back issues, subscription and submission information, and contest guidelines.
  • Permutations: The Journal of Unsettling Fiction: Website for the quarterly literary magazine publishing fiction with science fiction, fantasy and horror overtones. Includes submission information.
  • Philadelphia Stories: Literature, poetry, essays, and true stories of the Delaware Valley. Published quarterly.
  • Pilgrimage: Personal practical writings reflecting on the human journey, including poetry, philosophy, essays, articles, reflections on the human journey.
  • Pilgrimage Magazine: Twice-yearly publication of literature and art from the American Southwest and beyond. With submission and subscription information and online samples.
  • Porcupine: A non-profit literary arts magazine published semiannually with a mixture of poetry, short fiction, essays, feature interviews, and visual art work.
  • Post Road Magazine: Biannual literary magazine featuring new fiction, poetry, nonfiction, art and theatre pieces.
  • Potomac Review: A quarterly magazine for contributions of poets, writers, artists.
  • Prism International: Established in 1959, publishes new and established writers from around the world.
  • Problem Child: Penn State's alternative literary magazine. Publishes poetry, short stories, photos, drawing, and anything else reproducable.
  • Provincetown Arts: Annual journal focusing broadly on artists, performers, and writers who inhabit or visit Cape Cod. Submission and subscription information available.
  • Qwerty: Named after the first six letters on a keyboard, this website features selections from the print journal.
  • Rhapsoidia Magazine: Print magazine with main focus on fiction written by Southern California writers.
  • River Styx Magazine: A small print journal of poetry, essays and art.
  • Rosebud Magazine: Quarterly magazine of poetry and short stories.
  • Sabella Press: Literary press featuring Sabella, a bi-annual literary magazine, chapbooks, books, poetry, fiction, non-fiction.
  • Salt Fork Review: The website for a small literary tabloid publishing original fiction, poetry, and non-fiction, has submission and ordering information.
  • Sandbox Webzine: This magazine emphasizes the contemporary or "experimental" literary-arts-culture scene.
  • Scrawl: A magazine and companion webzine dedicated to writers and readers of literature, includes interviews and features highlighting the importance of the written word.
  • Shades of December: A quarterly literary magazine that considers nearly any forms of writing. The website includes ordering information and samples from the current issue.
  • Snow Monkey: An eclectic print magazine published three times a year, the website features fiction and poetry from various hardcopy issues, plus ordering and submission information.
  • Spoon River Poetry Review: A publication of established and emerging poets.
  • StoryQuarterly: The website of StoryQuarterly magazine includes short stories, a table of contents for each issue, subscription and submission information.
  • StringTown: Annual magazine of poetry and fiction available in independent bookstores throughout the Northwest. Subscriptions, submissions, and online samples.
  • Struggle: Quarterly magazine of proletarian revolutionary literature. Accepts poetry, fiction, short plays and drawings. With sample issue and editorial policy page.
  • Swink Magazine: Excerpts of fiction, essays and poetry from the magazine, as well as writers' guidelines and contact information.
  • Taddle Creek: Canadian literary magazine publishing fiction and poetry by writers from across Toronto.
  • The Allegheny Review: National journal for undergraduate poetry and fiction published by Allegheny College in Pennsylvania.
  • The American Poetry Review: Bimonthly issues of original poetry, literary criticism, interviews, essays and social commentary.
  • The Antioch Review: The website of the respected print journal, first published in 1941, includes sample excerpts, information on subscribing and writers' guidelines for submissions.
  • The Believer Magazine: Advertising free magazine features essays, book reviews, interviews ,charts, uncopyrighted ideas free for the taking, as well as more timely features that profile the latest in power tools, mammals, motels, lights, and children.
  • The Bellingham Review: A quarterly print magazine available from the Western Washington University. The website features samples as well as subscription information.
  • The Beloit Poetry Journal: The web site includes samplings of poetry and reviews, subscription and submission information, news, and on-line discussion of the quarterly publications works.
  • The Charles River Journal: Online version of Boston-based literary quarterly. With submissions and event information.
  • The Columbia Review: Annual literary journal of Columbia University. Includes some back issues in PDF format.
  • The Crescent Review: Current issues and archives browsable online. With submission, subscription, and contest information.
  • The Drouth: Extracts from this Scottish arts magazine, subscription information, and a forum.
  • The Florida Review: Internationally circulated literary magazine featuring contemporary fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction by emerging and established writers. With guidelines, subscription information, and the current issue.
  • The Hinterland Online: An online digest of the freely distributed toronto-based lit/art magazine.
  • The New Yorker: The on-line edition of the magazine offers the current issue's table of contents, an excerpt from a selected article, and an image of the issue's cover.
  • The Oxford American: Writing and art from or about the South. Published bimonthly.
  • The Paris Review: The online edition of the notorious and respected literary magazine edited by George Plimpton.
  • The Penn Review: Annual literary magazine of the University of Pennsylvania. Excerpts and submission details.
  • The Poet's Haven: Publishes poetry, artwork, stories, reviews, and essays. Also hosts message forums and a chat room.
  • The SiNK: Submission guidelines, subscription information, contact names, and excerpts.
  • The Sun: The website contains excerpts from each monthly issue of the magazine, as well as subscription information and newsstand locations.
  • The Threepenny Review: The web site for the prestigious quarterly literary magazine features selections from past and current issues, a gallery of cover art, a message from the magazine's editor, subscription and advertising instructions.
  • The White Crow: Poetry and short fiction selections from the print publication.
  • The Writer Magazine: Deals with many issues related to writers, published since 1887.
  • The Yoke: Online companion to the Irish quarterly, and subscriptions to the print version.
  • Third Coast: A literary magazine published biannually by the Department of English at Western Michigan University.
  • Tickled by Thunder: Publishes fictional magazine and chapbooks. Includes details of products, services, and writing contests.
  • Tin House: A quarterly which publishes fiction, poetry and essays by new and established writers: includes samples and subscription information.
  • Topic Magazine: A quarterly journal of original non-fiction. The website includes excerpts from each issue plus online extras.
  • Tulane Review: Information about the biannual publication of the Tulane Literary Society.
  • Universal Citizen: A quarterly non-fiction journal with a real-world, hands-on approach.
  • Urban Pioneer: Literature, art and lifestyle writing from the Twin Cities.
  • Westerly: A magazine of Australian writing, particularly fiction, with poetry, articles and book reviews, established in 1956.
  • Words and Pictures: Literary magazine featuring fiction, poetry, commentary, and art. Submission and contest information.
  • Wordwrights: Nationally distributed magazine of poetry and prose.
  • Zoetrope: Short-fiction magazine founded by Francis Coppola. Features online submissions and reviews of short stories and novellas.
  • Zyzzyva: Website of the internationally noted literary magazine.
  • call: review: New York-based literary seminannual. Submission and subscription information and online excerpts from the current issue.
  • key satch(el): A quarterly literary chapbook dedicated to the prose poem.
  • spork: Journal of innovative writing.

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