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Twenty-Five Literary Magazine Twitter Feeds to Follow

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November/December 2012

Online Only, posted 10.17.12

If you’re looking for news from the literary magazine universe, these twenty-five feeds offer frequent updates about the writing they’re publishing, the events they’re hosting, and the news they find interesting. Follow our literary magazine Twitter Feed, @pwlitmagster, and subscribe to this roundup by clicking Lists.

1. Launched in 2006 to support a new generation of writers A Public Space @APublicSpace

2. Idiosyncratic biannual out of the California Institute for the Arts Black Clock @blackclockmag

3. The magazine devoted to conversations with artists BOMB @BOMBmagazine

4. A print journal and web forum of innovative writing out of New York's Bard College Conjunctions @_conjunctions

5. A journal that reimagines place Ecotone @EcotoneJournal

6. Tweets from online magazine affiliate Recommended Reading editor Benjamin Samuel Electric Literature @ElectricLit

7. International journal that publishes memoir, photojournalism, fiction, and poetry Granta @GrantaMag

8. Online magazine of ideas, art, poetry, and fiction published twice monthly Guernica @GuernicaMag

9. Student-run journal from the University of Houston English department Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts @Gulf_Coast

10. Biannual print journal out of Arizona State University Hayden’s Ferry Review @haydensferryrev

11. Student-run biannual out of Indiana University Indiana Review @IndianaReview

12. A quarterly online magazine and arts blog InDigest Magazine @InDigestMag

13. Seventy-three-year-old print journal with an online companion out of Kenyon College in Ohio Kenyon Review @kenyonreview

14. A nonprofit digital and online magazine Narrative Magazine@NarrativeMag

15. Founded in 1978 and currently sponsored by Middlebury College New England Review @NERweb

16. Founded in 1992 in Oxford, Mississippi, and now at the University of Central Arkansas Oxford American @oxfordamerican

17. Founded in 1971, Boston-based print journal Ploughshares @pshares

18. Published in cooperation with the University of Nebraska Creative Writing Program Prairie Schooner @TheSchooner

19. Monthly print magazine published by San Francisco–based McSweeney’s The Believer @believermag

20. Thirty-four-year old quarterly that focuses on publishing debut writers The Missouri Review @Missouri_Review

21. New York City–based magazine founded by George Plimpton The Paris Review @parisreview

22. Based in Brooklyn and Portland, Oregon, print magazine Tin House @Tin_House

23. Student-run journal out of Northwestern University TriQuarterly @tqonline

24. National Magazine Award–winning journal based in Charlottesville Virginia Quarterly Review @VQR

25. West Coast stalwart, founded in 1985, ZYZZYVA @zyzzyvamag  

Which literary magazines do you follow on Twitter? Tweet us your favorites: #litmagfeeds @pwlitmagster.

Reader Comments

  • cannelunsford says...

    @SuperstitionRev Superstition Review posts daily about past contributors, current literary events and articles, contests, and more!

  • zenbex says...

    And also The Review Review! We post regularly about lit mags, lit mag reviews, editor interviews and tips for publishing in lit mags. @TheReviewReview

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