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Q: What other current publications (or publishers) do you admire most?

A: Harbor Editions, Nixes mate Books. and Copper Canyon to name a few.

A: The Common
New Ohio Review
Thrush Poetry Journal
HUSK
Southern Indiana Review
Dreich
New England Review
Salamander
The Rumpus
Pleiades
Neologism Poetry Journal
Fractured Lit
Ghost Parachute
Scoundrel Time

Laurie Rosenblatt and Lisa Trudeau, Co-founders and Co-editor of LEON Literary Review, 23 January 2023

A: Emergence Magazine
Films for Action
Deep Ecology Network
Science and NonDuality (SAND)
Post Carbon Institute
Transition Network
Deep Adaptation Forum
Open Democracy
Extinction Rebellion

A: Sourcebooks Casablanca, Kensington, Harlequin, Carina Press

A: We aspire to read everything, and get caught up in the world of independent literary imprints. This can be from bigger names like Nightboat books, Split Lip, or TBQ, to more obscure or lesser-known orgs like SPF Lit Mag, t4t project, stone of madness press, etc. The latter group have been kind enough to publish some of my work, and The Decadent Review has been a home for much of my redaction writing--which is not in manuscript form. But we don't ignore the world, and keep an eye on voices from outlets such as Ploughshares, Poetry, and Black Lawrence Press. Sybil originally only published for San Marcos locals, but has become more widely recognised in part by efforts of publications such as The Bitchin' Kitchen.

A: Horror Tree's Trembling With Fear editorial team loves all forms of speculative fiction, from horror to fantasy to science fiction. We also have multiple editors to truly embrace every form. We're primarily supporters of indie presses, so publishers such as Cemetery Dance Publications, Eerie River Publishing, Crystal Lake Publishing, Raw Dog Screaming Press, Brigids Gate Press, and Black Spot Books. As an ongoing market, we have nothing but love for others that have stood the test of time, such as Electric Spec Magazine, The Quiet Ones, Escape Pod, and Apex Magazine.

A: Terrain, Ecotone, Vox Populi, Mudlark, The Commons, Manhattain Review, Adroit Journal, Plume, as well as some of the usual suspects (Georgia Review, Paris Review, New England Review, and so on).

A: Copper Canyon Press, Milkweed Editions, Grey Wold Press, Similar Literary Presses

A: Prairie Voices

A: Guernica, Afreada, Wired, Lithub.

Dr. Ainehi Edoro, Editor-in-Chief of Brittle Paper, 15 December 2022

A: How does one choose among many wonderful possibilities? I adore Space and Time Magazine because it delivers wondrous tales, poetry, and author insights. Wyldblood Magazine always fascinates me, and I love Orion's Belt, Flash Frog, New Flash Fiction Review, and—ah! I could keep going. I admire editors whose vision and brand resonate in every story.

Rhonda Schlumpberger, Editor in Chief of Intrepidus Ink, 13 December 2022

A: The Poetry Review, PN Review, Oxford Poetry, The Rialto, Poetry Magazine

Isabelle Baafi, Reviews Editor of Poetry London, 09 December 2022