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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 1,600 editors.
Q: What other current publications (or publishers) do you admire most?
A: We enjoy the work published by Red Dragonfly Press and Bottom Dog Press.
A: Crazy Horse and Crack the Spine. Independent publishers who buck the traditional.
A: CarpeArt Journal ( Singapore)
Indian Periodical ( India)
A: Glimmer Train, SmokeLong Quarterly, and Monkeybicycle, just to name a few.
A: Similar publications to Mythlore are Tolkien Studies, Seven, Mallorn, and Journal of Tolkien Research.
A: An A-Z list of journals and presses we cherish might include:
Dalkey Archive Press
Four Way Books
New England Review
Virginia Quarterly Review
X (Not many that begin with X, so we'll call it the unknown journal or press that captures our devotion next)
A: Brill works very well. For the rest, OUP.
A: Bird's Thumb, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Bitter Southerner, Scalawag, The Sun, Baltimore Review
A: Lenscratch, L'oeil de la photographie, f11, F-Stop, LensCulture, Lenswork, Fototazo
A: Everything by Graywolf ... Sarabande ... Ovenbird (also Two Sylvias Press), and all the nonfiction by University of Iowa Press. For literary journals, I love Under the Gum Tree ... River Teeth ... and Brevity ... and Image.
A: Poetry Magazine, Beloit Poetry Review, American Poets: the Journal of the Academy of American Poets, Fence Magazine. The Ugly Duckling Press, Nightboat Boks,
A: I appreciate journals like Switchblade, Pulp Modern, EconoClash Review and Mystery Tribune.