Arts & Letters Daily - News and reviews: arts, letters, news, literature, philosophy, criticism, history, language, higher education.
Baffler, The - A journal of art, poetry, fiction, criticism, and satiric illustration. The Baffler draws on a long American tradition of dissent, especially the critique of business culture that grew up back in the hopeful days of the teens, twenties, and thirties. When starting the magazine we were inspired simultaneously by Randolph Bourne and H. L. Mencken; determined somehow to follow in the paths of both The Masses and punk rock.
Big Bridge - Michael Rothenberg's site: webzine of poetry (and everything else).
Continent - Fiction, imagery (moving or otherwise), poetry, sound.
Consciousness, Literature and the Arts - A forum for new work relating the arts and literature to the exploration of consciousness currently flourishing in many disciplines such as philosophy, cognitive science, psychology, neuroscience, computer science, and physics.
Jacket2 - Offers commentary on modern and contemporary poetry and poetics. Publishes articles, reviews, interviews, discussions and collaborative responses, archival documents, podcasts, and descriptions of poetry symposia and projects.
January Magazine - Fiction, non-fiction, crime fiction, art and culture, science fiction, children's books, cookbooks, biography, profiles, features, bestsellers, music and more.
Le Petite Zine - Drawing from a new tradition of poetry bulletin boards and local readings, a kind of Web mimeo.
Letterheady - An online homage to offline correspondence; specifically letters.
Letters of Note - Correspondence deserving a wider audience. Letters of Note is an attempt to gather and sort fascinating letters, postcards, telegrams, faxes, and memos. Scans/photos where possible. Fakes will be sneered at. Updated as often as possible; usually each weekday.
lichen - A literary journal of fiction, poetry, plays, essays, reviews, black and white art and photography.
Missouri Review - Poetry, fiction and nonfiction, interviews, book reviews.
Mizna - Forum for Arab American film, literature, and art.
Modern Poetry in Translation (MPT) - MPT was founded by Daniel Weissbort and Ted Hughes in 1966 and is a journal with an international reputation for the wide range of poets and translators that it presents and for serious and lively discussion of the art of translating poetry. King's College London, which owns the archive of MPT, has relaunched the magazine under the editorship of Professor Daniel Weissbort, Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of English at King's.
Modernist Journals Project (MJP) - The MJP at Brown University provides fully-searchable online editions of the English-language journals and magazines that were important in shaping those modes of literature and art that came to be called modernist.
Mudlark - An electronic journal of poetry and poetics.
Music and Literature - Publishing new literature on and by under-represented artists from around the world.
N+1 - Brooklyn magazine of politics, literature, and culture.
Nashville Review - Seeks to feature those forms of writing not often recognized as literature-music, comics, film, creative nonfiction, oral storytelling, dance, drama, art-alongside the more traditional forms of fiction and poetry. Edited by the MFA students at Vanderbilt University.
New England Review - Short fiction, including shorts, novellas, and self-contained extracts from novels, and we consider a variety of general and literary nonfiction: long and short poems; speculative, interpretive, and personal essays; book reviews; screenplays; translations; critical reassessments; statements by artists working in various media; interviews; testimonies; and letters from abroad.
Plaztik Press - Online journal publishing original works of literary fiction and poetry that deal with the interplay between self-identity and plastic surgery, exploring such issues as body image, cultural beauty, and aging.
Ploughshares - Each issue is guest-edited by a prominent writer who explores personal visions, aesthetics, and literary circles. Over the years, guest editors of Ploughshares have included Seamus Heaney, Derek Walcott, Rosellen Brown, Raymond Carver, Tobias Wolff, Sherman Alexie, Lorrie Moore, Yusef Komunyakaa, and Richard Ford.
Poety Flash - Publishes quality reviews, poems, interviews, essays, and trade, submission, and award information for all creative writers---poetry and fiction. Poetry Flash also carries the most comprehensive listing of literary events in the West: the Calendar is an indispensable guide to the literary scene in all of California, and offers Southwest, Pacific Northwest, and selected national event listings. Although poetry is the editorial focus, interviews with novelists and writers of experimental fiction are featured. Poetry Flash, an essential tool for writers, publishers, and readers, has built community through literature over 30 years.
Poetry Project - Founded in 1966, the Poetry Project is now one of the premier forums for innovative poetry in the United States.
Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies - A multilingual interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that addresses the literatures and cultures of the diverse communities of the Portuguese-speaking world in terms of critical and theoretical approaches.
Ralph - Review of arts, literature, philosophy, and the humanities.
Reissues - Jacket2's inventory of digitized magazines. Publish fully searchable facsimile PDF editions, scanned in high resolution and organized with bookmarked content. Reissues places a stable collection of complete magazines in dialogue with the ongoing publication patterns of the website.
sidereality - A journal of speculative and experimental poetry.
Site of Big Shoulders (SOBS) - Features original content with a connection to the greater Chicago region by virtue of authorship or subject matter. On the Web since the summer of 1996, SOBS showcases innovative art, writing, photography and music from leading creative people in and around Chicago, Illinois.
Southwest Review - Begun in 1915 and located on the campus of Southern Methodist University, SWR is the fourth oldest, continuously published literary quarterly in the United States. Neww works published alongside established authors.
SPIKE Magazine - Interviews, features, reviews, new writing by established and unpublished authors.
Three Percent - A destination for readers, editors, and translators interested in finding out about modern and contemporary international literature. Part of the University of Rochester's translation program and Open Letter, the university's translation press.
Vallum - Poetry, essays, interviews, book reviews and visual art. Based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Vanitis Magazine - A journal of poetry, writings by artists, criticism, and essays. Vanitas comes out periodically, a forum for international voices with an emphasis on coming to grips with current world situations. Each issue contains writings by artists whose primary modes are non-literary and features the work of a visual artist.
Virginia Quarterly Review (VQR) - National journal of literature and discussion. Each issue has contained work both moving and memorable; each has sought to provide the best that contemporary literature can offer. VQR's distinguished history has included: essays from H. L. Mencken, Allen Tate, Bertrand Russell, Eleanor Roosevelt, Harry Ashmore, C. Vann Woodward, Cleanth Brooks, Dumas Malone, and Louis D. Rubin, Jr.; stories from Thomas Wolfe, Katherine Anne Porter, Peter Taylor, Ward Just, Joyce Carol Oates, Robert Olen Butler, Mark Harris, and Ann Beattie; poems from the likes of Robert Penn Warren, Robert Frost, Conrad Aiken, Marianne Moore, Randall Jarrell, James Dickey, Henry Taylor, and Rita Dove.
Web Del Sol - A contemporary literary art collaboration on the part of dozens of writers, poets, editors, publishers, and staff. Also see:
ZYZZYVA - Wide range of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction by West coast writers and artists.
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