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SPILT Magazine

SPILT Magazine2014-06-08T19:12:57+00:00
SPILT Magazine is a unique approach to visual and literary arts, embodying the principles of equality, compassion, and expression. We are aiming to provide a bi-annual in-print visual a

Sterling

Sterling2014-06-30T21:56:08+00:00
Sterling is a literary journal for everyone?s stories. We accept fiction, poetry and graphic content from writers at all levels, as well as pieces created expressly for the journal through a Toronto-based writing workshop.

Stone Highway Review

Stone Highway Review2014-06-17T20:22:21+00:00
I get excited by writing that tries new things. When a writer can make that comparison that I wish I had come up with first. When the poem isn't trying too hard and somehow makes me feel. When a piece is so lovely and gosh darn sensitive to human ...

The Adroit Journal

The Adroit Journal2012-08-15T23:23:11+00:00
The Adroit Journal has been the subject of a fair amount of napkin scribbling since November 2010, when Founder/Editor-in-Chief Peter LaBerge decided that the world needed a literary magazine run entirely by high school and college students that helped the world in more ways than one. The Adroit Journal, ...
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The Austin Review

The Austin Review2014-07-07T21:58:32+00:00
 The Austin Review Website From the Editor The Austin Review is an independent, nonprofit literary journal based in Austin, Texas. Three times per year, it publishes a print journal including four pieces of flash nonfiction, four short stories, and one essay or work by a prominent author. The ...

The Bad Version

The Bad Version2013-07-30T20:10:53+00:00
Launched in November 2011, The Bad Version is a new take on the literary-cultural magazine. Its name comes from the collaborative art of screenwriting, where the first attempt at a scene,

The Canary Press

The Canary Press2014-06-28T21:48:44+00:00
The Canary Press is a short story magazine based in Melbourne. The magazine started when its two editors, Robert Skinner and Andy Josselyn, read a short story that was so dull that Robert screamed and threw his table out the window