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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.

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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.

Katherine Osborne, Editor-in-chief of Little River, 11 August 2019

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
National Geographic
The Smithsonian

Virginia Howard, Editor-in-chief of THEMA, 26 July 2019

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.

Lauren R. Korn, Managing Editor of Qwerty, 24 July 2019

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.

Sarah Leamy, Founder/Editor-in-chief of Wanderlust, 23 July 2019

A: Graywolf Press, The New Yorker, Poetry Foundation, Sarabande Books, Red Hen Press, Tupelo Press, Clemson University Press, Four Way Books