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

A: To name a few, Iā€™m a long-time reader of The Times Literary Supplement, The New York Review of Books, The London Review of Books, and The Paris Review. There are numerous journals that I follow less regularly, amongst them and most recently is the excellent PAIN Magazine.

A: New Directions, The Evergreen Review, Between Shadows Press, Hickathrift Press, Salo Press, Plethora Magazine.

A: There are so many, but I want to give a shout-out to some lesser-known little magazines: Delta Poetry Review, Big Muddy, Birmingham Poetry Review, Tar River Poetry, Okay Donkey, and Juke Joint. All are doing great things.

A: Granta, Creative Non-Fiction, Narrative

James Bloom, Co-editor of Memoirist, 28 April 2022

A: I admire the Bellevue Literary Review and The Sun.

A: We enjoy the old classics obviously ā€“ The New Yorker, Paris Review, or The French Dispatch of the Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun ā€“ and also some newer kids on the block with artsy leanings, such as The White Review, Open Pen, Wrongdoing Magazine, and The Liminal Review.

A: All Escape Artist's podcasts
Clarkesworld
Apex Magazine
Diabolical Plots

A: I love Cheap Pop, Juke Joint, Flash Frog, Lost Balloon, Okay Donkey, and Red Hen Press.

A: I really loved the work of the Journal of Developmental Education. Barbara Calderwood is a dear friend and was just the most incredible editor. The College Reading and Learning Association puts out the Journal of College Reading and Learning, which includes lots of wonderful and well researched contributions to the field of developmental education. The Learning Assistance Review is another great journal, which is put out by the National College Learning Center Association. The New Directions Series from Jossey-Bass also tends to have a lot of high quality articles related to student support.

A: American Sociological Review, The University of Chicago Press, Perspectives on Sexual & Reproductive Health, The Brown Journal of World Affairs, Sociology, Sociological Perspectives, Marriage & Sexuality, Perspectives on Psychological Science, Anthropology Today, Feminist Review, Harvard International Review, European Addiction Research, Gender & Society, Counterpoints, Contemporanea, etc.

A: Publications: The Rialto, Magma, Ink, Sweat & Tears
Publishers: Penned in the Margins, Fly on the Wall Press, Nine Arches Press

A: Frogpond, Modern Haiku, tsuri-doro, Failed Haiku, The Bamboo Hut, Akitsu Quarterly, Hedgerow, Stardust Haiku.