Blog home of Willow Springs and the Eastern Washington MFA program.
An independent literary journal publishing long stories and novellas in hand-designed letterpress issues.
The New Yorker‘s book blog.
Named one of the 50 best websites by Time, one of the best literature websites by The New York Times, recently awarded two Blog Awards, and are respected tastemakers in books, audio books, movies, literary websites, online bookstores, literary newspapers, magazines, and other book-related products and services.
A blog maintained by Dinty Moore, editor of the online journal Brevity, this is a great source for commentary on creative nonfiction, and for nonfiction contest announcements and calls for submissions.
“A selectively comprehensive, objectively opinionated survey of books old and new, trying to meet all your book review, preview, and information needs.”
A free resource for writers that primarily offers an extensive, searchable database of current fiction and poetry markets.
EWN was created to develop a community of emerging writers, established writers deserving a wider recognition, and readers of literary writing, in order to develop as large an audience as possible for those writers.
A new type of newspaper for a new type of world.
An online literary journal by, for, and about emerging writers.
The first word on the book publishing industry.
Goodreads is the largest social network for readers and best place for book discovery in the world. A home for casual readers and bona-fide bookworms alike, Goodreads users recommend books, compare what they are reading, keep track of what they’ve read and would like to read, find their next favorite book, form book clubs and much more.
Hobart’s 2.0 blog. Yup, just another tumblr…
David Foster Wallace news, information, and links.
The internet literature magazine blog of the future.
A fine journal with a thriving blog, over there in Indiana.
The Ohio State University’s literary magazine.
KR’s blog, updated every weekday by new and emerging writers.
Covering the world of literary magazines, Luna Park was founded on the idea that literary magazines are credible, important, and interesting venues for artistic work, and so as deserving of critical attention as things such as paintings, films, and novels.
The online home of Matt Bell, author of two books, HOW THEY WERE FOUND (2010) and CATACLYSM BABY (due in 2012), and editor at Dzanc Books and The Collagist.
The online magazine offering coverage on books, arts, and culture since 2003. The Millions has been featured on NPR and noted by The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and The Village Voice, among others.
A blog maintained by independent publisher Melville House – an excellent source for literary news.
“A multi-authored blog that seeks to host a conversation about the arts, writing, politics, culture, media, genre, hygiene, genre-hygiene, food, war, chronometry, dissipation, propaganda, funerals, bicycles, haircuts and cutters, B-movies and Rimbaud, stunt-doubles and stutterers, in something like real time from many parts of something like the world.”
A literary blog that focuses on international literature.
News, information and guides to independent bookstores, independent publishers, literary magazines, alternative periodicals, independent record labels, alternative newsweeklies and more.
Tin House’s blog on all things literary.
Electric Literature’s blog, filled with reviews, thoughts, and monthly mix-tapes.
The blog of PANK magazine, on all things pankish.
The blog of the Paris Review, updated daily on all things literary.
Independent publishers of poetry and literary fiction since 1975.
Blog home of Ploughshares, featuring new writers every semester.
An anthology of contemporary poetry featuring a new poem each day from new books, magazines, and journals. Poems are chosen from the work of a wide variety of poets published or translated in the English language, and included with each poem is information about the poet and the poem’s source.
The nation’s largest nonprofit organization serving creative writers.
A blog maintained by Publisher’s Weekly – great for publishing news and literary commentary.
A tri-annual, non-profit, multicultural literary and arts magazine based in St. Louis. Six of the most recent US Poets Laureate and two Nobel Prize winners have been River Styx contributors. Other contributors have gone on to win Pulitzer Prizes, National Book Awards, O. Henry Awards, and American Book Awards.
Stephen Elliot’s online culture magazine.
A resource for international literature, and literature in translation, at the University of Rochester
An independently owned daily publication of quality poetry on the worldwide web. By republishing from fine literary magazines and books of poetry one new poem each day, Verse Daily is working hard to promote poets and their publishers while providing a wealth of excellent poetry to the public free of charge.
“Reviews, interviews, essays, videos, announcements,” etc.
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