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Read all the editors' answers to Duotrope's interview question: What other current publications (or publishers) do you admire most? Learn more.
Here is a small sampling from our recent Editor Interviews. We have interviewed over 1,700 editors.
Q: What other current publications (or publishers) do you admire most?
A: AGNI, The Adroit Journal, Rattle, Winter Tangerine, The Penn Review, Frontier
A: There are so many publications that I admire/read. Hobart, Sixth Finch, and Diode never disappoint and I have been reading them forever.
A: The Buenos Aires Review, Skidrow Penthouse, Territory, The Atlantic, Shenandoah, Triple Canopy, Belle Ombre, Saint Katherin Review, The Kenyon Review.
A: Shearsman Books, KFS, Litmus, Emma Press, Penned in the Margins, Seren, Poetry Wales, Veer Books,
Red Ceilings Press, Crater, Agenda, etc
A: Radix media - worker-owned publication
A: The Sun, Borderlands, Gulf Coast, Panoply, Voices de Luna, Bloomsday Literary, Copper Canyon, Dos Gatos, F(r)iction, Tishman Review, Write Bloody and so many others waiting in the wings. I respect anyone who is publishing poetry and literary fiction via a nonprofit platform.
A: I'm a big fan of Moonchild Magazine, Memoir Mixtapes, Bone & Ink Press, and Luna Luna! These teams consistently publish incredibly interesting writing. They have so much passion for their work and they're so kind to their writers and readers.
A: Lapham's Quarterly
A: Poetry (Chicago), Poetry Review, Poetry London, Granta, Paris Review, A Public Space, the Stinging Fly,
A: We love those journals and magazines whose presence raises the bar for contemporary Canadian (and international) literature: ARC Poetry, The Antigonish Review, Canthius, The Capilano Review, Contemporary Verse 2 (CV2), Cosmonauts Avenue, The Fiddlehead, filling Station, Geist, Grain, The Malahat Review, Minola Review, Plenitude, Prairie Fire, PRISM International, The Puritan, Riddle Fence, Room, SubTerrain, and Vallum, among others.
A: My reading focus is split between travel mags such as Overland Journal, Medium, Land Rovers Classic, and various snippets that show up online through friends. For print journals, I turn to Green Mountain, Hunger Mountain, Tahoma Review and Upstreet. For presses, I love Santa Fe Writer's Project, Red Hen, Two Dollar, and UNM Press.
A: Graywolf Press, The New Yorker, Poetry Foundation, Sarabande Books, Red Hen Press, Tupelo Press, Clemson University Press, Four Way Books