A literary magazine is a fairly inexpensive way to provide students with a voice, as well as an audience for their writing. In these times of standardized testing, the literary magazine provides a great opportunity for students to write creatively and explore topics outside of the classroom.
Browse the literary magazines listed in NewPages to find short stories and longer fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, essays, literary criticism, book reviews, author interviews, art and photography. The magazine editor’s description for each sponsored literary magazine gives you an overview of editorial styles—what writers they have published and what they are looking for (with contact information, subscription rates, submission guidelines, and more).
Welcome to The Pedestrian, a new quarterly journal that seeks to explore the ordinary. It is easy to find coverage of big events, big ideas and bigger-than-life people.
|This is the cover of Granta 111|
Granta 111, ‘Going Back’, is largely about memory. How do we preserve memory and deal with the marks it has left? Many of the written pieces in the issue – an agile but emotional collection of fiction, non-fiction, poetry and photography – look at memory and its physical imprints. This is how it was planned, designed and produced.