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

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

Hannah Rego, Founding Co-Editor of ctrl + v, 07 October 2019

A: Popshot, Wigleaf, Jellyfish Review, Feathertale, Prism, Glass Buffalo, Filling Station, F(r)iction.

A: Unthank, Cut, Bloomsbury,

Gill James, editor-in-chief of CafeLit, 02 October 2019

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.

K. China Myers, Senior Editor of Duende, 29 September 2019

A: It's difficult to narrow it down, but off the top of my head, I'm a fan of Into the Void, Sky Island Journal, Underground Voices, The Sun, and many more.

A: Stanley and I admire anyone who independently pushes out and helps to finance the fiction they admire, and who works to build a community around that fiction, namely we keep an eye on:
Interzone,
Clarkesworld,
Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine,
Guardbridge Books,

A: As a writer in Asia, I look at a lot of the literary journals in the area from The Shanghai Lit Review, Spittoon, Cha, Literary Shanghai's Alluvium, The Font, and Brushstrokes.

A: The Sun
Utne Reader
Yes! Magazine

A: I'm a big fan of the work done by Aurealis Magazine and Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine. They've been releasing excellent fiction for years now. I also enjoy the classics like Asimov and Analog. You can probably tell I'm a big fan of science fiction.

A: I admire the photographs, drawings, paintings, poems, flash fictions and stories sent to Communicators League for publication as well as their authors.

A: In love with Datableed right now. Have loved Diagram for years. Tagvverk is putting out interesting vverk too. Populist Records out of Los Angeles for new music. Insert Blanc Press also out of LA has amazing books.