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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: Copper Canyon Press, Red Hen Press, and Folded Word.
A: This is a tricky one. 'Admire' is a strong word and it doesn't always correspond with what I 'like'. I tend to admire publications that stay consistent in the voice/content they project: Block, Ambit, Cordite, FOLDER, alligatorzine. The feel is that they release work in-line with their own practice, their own experience of the world. Three issues in, Poached Hare is still finding its consistency.
A: I admire Foreign Policy, The Guardian and Aljazeera in terms of their quality and in-depth reporting.
A: Tinfish Press, Bamboo Ridge Press, One Story, Barrelhouse, Fence, Hawai`i Review
A: BOAAT, The Rumpus, GAY Magazine, Mslexia, Cemetery Dance, Naked Lunch, Cinnamon Press, decomP magazinE, Menacing Hedge, Crab Fat Magazine
A: I don't really have time to read other publications as we are so busy with our own projects
A: Kenyon Review, december magazine, Cincinnati Review
A: Besides the well-known The Atlantic, The New Yorker, The Paris Review (I guess I might be attracted to the definite article, I never thought of that), I am also drawn to Zyzzyva, Kenyon Review and Tin House (the latter print RIP, I shall endeavor to migrate online). I endeavor not to stay with one publication for too long, preferring to peruse publications from diverse geographies, cultural intersections and times.
A: Smoke and Mold; Ninth Letter; BOOTH; Big Lucks; Ahsahta Press; Omnidawn; Winter Tangerine; Peach Magazine; FIVE:2:ONE; Bettering Books; Lunch Ticket; Name and None
A: Popshot, Wigleaf, Jellyfish Review, Feathertale, Prism, Glass Buffalo, Filling Station, F(r)iction.
A: Unthank, Cut, Bloomsbury,
A: There are many publications that I enjoy. To name just a few, I admire the transparent approach of complex issues in The California Sunday Magazine. I admire the direct and refreshing approach of The New York Times and The Telegraph. I also enjoy reading The New Yorker.