Bound Off is a monthly magazine of literary short stories, founded in 2006 and based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Our mission is to merge the oral tradition of storytelling with new technology to create a digital audio magazine. Bound Off is an independent, nonprofit organization committed to paying authors for their work. All staff are unpaid volunteers. We aspire to showcase work that is compelling and driven by narrative, with a force that keeps the listener listening. We are dedicated to publishing stories by both the established and emerging writer.
InDigest is an online literary magazine and arts blog focused on creating a dialogue between the arts. While we publish on a quarterly schedule, we update our blog daily. InDigest recognizes that art does not take place in a vacuum and that categories are meaningless. We are interested in work that cannot be classified by genre, in good story-telling in all forms, and in artists whose curiosity drives them to push beyond the conventions of their media. You will find this interactive approach manifested in every section of the magazine, especially InDialogue, where artists, musicians, editors, and writers talk directly to each other about their work, as well as about larger questions related to art.
Pastiche Magazine is a Yorkshire literary ezine, featuring news, book and event reviews, events listings and an art, audio, prose and poetry zine. We?re committed
The Drum is a non-profit online magazine dedicated to literature in audio form. We publish short fiction and essays from emerging and established writers who value the power of writing out loud.
The Golden Triangle publishes fiction, poetry, and non-fiction. At The Golden Triangle we are attempting to keep the writing life alive in a world that is severely lacking. You can expect to find fresh, risk-taking, original poetry, fiction, and non-fiction coupled with intelligent design.
Website https://www.the-lark.net/ From the Editor The Lark is an online, quarterly arts and literary magazine that pays its contributors. The Lark firmly believes that the ubiquity of the internet is…