AGNI brings its readers the best national and international writing around. Work from AGNI has been reprinted in Harper's, Best American Poetry, Pushcart Prize, O'Henry, and Best American Short Stories anthologies. From established writers like Seamus Heaney, Susanna Kaysen, Ntozake Shange, and Robert Pinsky to emerging writers like Judith Baumel, Liam Rector, and Tom Sleigh, AGNI is sure to have something you've always wanted to read but never knew where to find.
Devoted to new American writing and literature in translation, Artful Dodge can boast of past and present contributors such as William S. Burroughs, W.S. Merwin, Czeslaw Milosz, and Nathalie Surraute. Current Web material provided by Artful Dodge includesFour Prose Poems by Khaled Mattawa, Two Prose Poems by Denise Duhamel and Kevin Griffith, and a classic interview with Jorge Luis Borges.
A magazine devoted to politics, society, the arts, and culture since 1857, The Atlantic Monthly now brings that tradition to the World Wide Web. Ranked number one on the Writer's Digest Fiction 50 list, The Atlantic Monthly on the Web offers its readers current fiction as well as its online-only "Poetry Pages," a feature devoted to poets and poetry, both classic and contemporary, published in the Atlantic.
A magazine dedicated solely to showcasing only the finest in unique and experimental fiction, drama, and poetry, Conjunctions specific contribution to the literary community has been to
provide a forum for the now over 500 writers and artists whose work challenges accepted forms and modes of expression, experiments with language and thought, and is fully realized art. Conjunctions is published in the Spring and Fall each year by Bard College.
Cream City Review
The Cream City Review, founded in 1975, is a non-profit literary magazine operated entirely by students and published semi-annually in association with the creative writing concentration of the English Department of the University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee. The review takes its name from the "City of Cream-colored Bricks" or "Cream City," as Milwaukee was once known. It is distributed to major university and public libraries and indepedent bookstores throughout the United States.
Perhaps the only independent literary journal to publish creative nonfiction/literary journal, exclusively. Library Journal says" "Great essays by talented Writers." As the editor Lee Gutkind defines it, The essays published in each issue of "Creative Nonfiction" are models of the truest forms of creative nonfiction, in that they simultaneously "showcase" or "frame" fact in a creative context.
Dominion Review is a national literary magazine published each spring by Old Dominion University. As Katherine Soniat might say: The task is always greater than conceived, and so it was as we set sail to perform a discovery--in and out of islands, coves, with a wind so blustery we named one the Isle of Limbo, last howling stop before Hell.