This category at the Open Directory Project is for listing websites of print literary magazines, or online literary magazines with a print edition. Online magazines (e-zines) that have printed literature as the subject may also be included in this category. E-zines with writing that exists only online, whether in the form of a webzine, available by email or by downloading in a format such as PDF, can be found in the Online Writing category.
A regularly updated companion web site to the magazine Atlantic Monthly. Includes fiction, featured articles and reviews.
Featuring fiction and poetry from new and established writers. On the site: new fiction, submissions guidelines, and the literary dodgeball challenge.
Journal of humanity and human experience. News, how to submit a manuscript, and an events calendar.
A bi-monthly magazine available by paid subscription or for download on the net.
Quarterly student literary magazine at the University of Alberta. Submissions, issues, and call for volunteers.
The online version of the print magazine which has been, since 1975, an award-winning forum for political, cultural and literary ideas.
Information on the current issue, list of contributors, and submission guidelines.
Showcasing conceptual art, literature and essays. Issue samples, news, purchasing and submission information, and themes.
Online version of the magazine dedicated to fiction, poetry, philosophy, and the arts.
Journal of experimental and cross-genre writing. Subscriptions, submissions and links.
A magazine of politics and culture.
Publisher of new fiction, poetry, art, and interviews. Samples from past issues, author index, and submission guidelines.
Hybrid print and electronic literary magazine for aspiring writers and artists.
Offers classic Beat stories and articles as well as the latest cutting edge literature and art.
Submission guidelines, gallery of past artwork, and sample work from the current issue.
"The freshest poetry and fiction anywhere." Published in Canada, but has an international list of authors.
Quarterly magazine of new writing, with details of the latest issue, extracts from back issues, submission and subscription information and special features.
The website of the popular magazine includes the Harper's Index; visitor-submitted statistics.
Binghamton University's literary journal, publishing fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Submissions, subscriptions, contests, and samples.
Sporadically published journal of fiction, art and reviews. Submission and subscription information and online excerpts.
Award winning international journal with a bent for forms of language and image experiments with an edge.
Online version of the print publication.
Publishes emerging writers, especially from diverse communities.
The online version of the New York-based magazine of prose, poetry and art, featuring established and new writers.
Australian e-zine offering author interviews and profiles, book reviews, and news and commentary.
Publishes literary and slipstream short-form writing especially the dark and the apocalyptic.
Featuring sample works of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction from the respected print quarterly, plus submission guidelines and ordering information.
A twice-annual journal filled with vibrant imagery and word-craft.
A journal for New Jersey authors and artists, with poetry, prose, and images.
Official website of the North Hills annual literary and arts publication. Review older issues or, if you are a fellow North Hills student, submit your own work to print. Issues sold at May Arts Alive.
Publishing one short story every three weeks. Submission guidelines, how to subscribe, excerpts of past stories, and information on their readings.
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.
Each issue featuring ten stories from writers all over the world. Submissions, ordering, and authors list.
A peer-critiqued online and print literary journal that gives new and established artists and poets a place to publish their work.
Current issue, submission guidelines, subscriptions, and links.
Online and print annual of poetry, fiction, essays and art.
A literary magazine featuring original writing, art, and in-depth interviews with famous writers.
Literature, poetry, essays, and true stories of the Delaware Valley. Published quarterly.
Twice-yearly publication of literature and art from the American Southwest and beyond. With submission and subscription information and online samples.
Published in April, August, and December in paperback, each issue contains stories and poems, a profile of the guest editor, book reviews, and notes about Ploughshares, its writers, and the literary world.
Biannual literary magazine featuring new fiction, poetry, nonfiction, art and theatre pieces.
The Mid-Atlantic's voice for international fiction, poetry, and essays.
Established in 1959, publishes new and established writers from around the world.
Quarterly journal published at Brown University. Includes current and archived issues.
Named after the first six letters on a keyboard. Selections from the print journal.
Online humanitarian journal; with membership and submission details.
Quarterly magazine of poetry and short stories.
The website for a small literary tabloid publishing original fiction, poetry, and non-fiction, has submission and ordering information.
NJ-based literary review of poetry, fiction, and thematic research. Submissions, subscriptions, and event information.
Annual literary journal and nationwide anthology of collected short stories. Ordering and submission information, contests, and links.
Print digest of experimental short fiction, art, and visual poetry. Samples, reviews, submissions, and sales.
An eclectic print magazine published three times a year. Fiction and poetry from hardcopy issues, plus ordering and submission information.
Journal of innovative writing.
A quarterly that includes the portfolios of contemporary artists as well as articles, essays, fiction, and poetry about art, artists, and artistry.
Annual magazine of poetry and fiction available in independent bookstores throughout the Northwest. Subscriptions, submissions, and online samples.
Canadian literary magazine publishing fiction and poetry by writers from across Toronto.
Bimonthly issues of original poetry, literary criticism, interviews, essays and social commentary.
National journal of poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction. Information on their competitions, news, excerpts, and writers' guidelines.
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.
Samplings of poetry and reviews, subscription and submission information, news, and on-line discussion of the quarterly publications works.
Current issue, list of upcoming events, how to subscribe, and links.
Absurdist Harvard literary zine, in print and online, publishing fiction and art. Past issues available in PDF format.
An online digest of the freely distributed toronto-based lit/art magazine.
Opinionated commentary weblog on literary matters, from the Complete Review.
Online version of the weekly magazine, with current articles, cartoons, blogs, audio, video, slide shows, an archive of articles and abstracts back to 1925.
Writing and art from or about the South. Published bimonthly.
Publishes poetry, artwork, stories, reviews, and essays. Also hosts message forums and a chat room.
Submission guidelines, subscription information, contact names, and excerpts.
The website contains excerpts from each monthly issue of the magazine, as well as subscription information and newsstand locations.
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.
Poetry and short fiction selections from the print publication.
A quarterly which publishes fiction, poetry and essays by new and established writers: includes samples and subscription information.
Online magazine anthologized in print, featuring concise prose and nonfiction writing. Stories, contest and submission information, and anthology orders.
Nationally distributed magazine of poetry and prose.
International journal of fine arts, photography, fiction, poetry, and essays. Archives only.
Short-fiction magazine founded by Francis Coppola. Features online submissions and reviews of short stories and novellas.
Website of the internationally noted literary magazine.
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