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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: Luna Luna Magazine
The Brown Orient
The New Inquiry
Rose Quartz Magazine
Angelical Ravings Zine
A: N+1. The New York Review of Books, Antioch Review, The Common, Three Penny Review, Rattle, Paris Review, Hudson Review, Southwest Review
A: This is a tough one as being based in South Korea we feel cut off from the world of publishers and publications. We're sort of old-fashioned with our tastes though, and appreciate The New Yorker, The Paris Review, The Atlantic, Harpers, those big names which are still at the forefront of publishing.
A: Concrete Wolf
Weber: The Contemporary West
A: There are numerous, but obviously, noone’s going to miss ‘Poetry’, ‘Agenda’, ‘The Poetry Review’, ‘No Tokens’, ‘Ploughshares’ and numerous others. Also, specifically, when it comes to poetry and that for youngsters, The Poetry Society (UK) has a wonderful ‘Young Poets Network’, which I admire more than anything else right now.
A: Hexagon Press [hexagonpress.com]
A: Frontier Tales
The Horror Zine
Scarlet Leaf Review
A: The New Yorker, Blind Faith Books, Kaylie Jones Books, Glimmer Train
A: At The Cardiff Review, we fans of a huge spectrum of independent magazines, as well as a number of legacy, staple publications. The Stinging Fly, Tangerine, The Iowa Review, ROOM, Geist, to name just a few. The New Yorker, The Paris Review, Granta, to name some others.
A: Off the top of my head: The Adroit Journal, Bennington Review, Blackbird, Cosmonauts Avenue, Hobart, Indiana Review, jubilat, The Offing, Peach Mag, The Poetry Review! - Rainie
A: Well this changes all the time, but reliable standbys are: AGNI, Boulevard, The Kenyon Review, The Normal School, One Story, Ploughshares, A Public Space, Split Lip Magazine & Press, Witness
A: The Escape Artists podcasts will always hold a special place in my heart. Escapepod, the word's most widely distributed Science Fiction podcast, originally inspired me to to start the Drabblecast. My time over there as Chief Editor for 4 years following Mur Lafferty was an honor and joy-- all of the Escape Artists podcasts have their own unique type of charisma and they're all willing to push boundaries and try new things while also paying homage to the greats of the past.
I have a lot of respect for Beneath Ceaseless Skies as well. As both the editor and main audio producer of Drabblecast, I'm a real obsessive compulsive nerd when it comes to top-notch production quality, and Scott Andrews, editor over at BCS is the same way. You can listen to any episode and immediately tell that they not only publish great fantasy-- they publish great _sounding_ fantasy.