Links ~ Fall 2015 / Spring 2017

3:AM Magazine
“Whatever it is, we’re against it.” Fiction, flash fiction, poetry, music, criticism, nonfiction and more

The Absinthe Literary Review
Less is more on this quarterly which offers appealing imagery to accompany energetic fiction, poetry, essays, and reviews. Unusually elegant design. Sophisticated writing in a lighthearted package—with reader commentary.

The Academy of American Poets
A complex, but easily navigable site that seeks to offer a wealth of resources, including professional news, a compendium of poet profiles, a poetry library, listening booth, and national events calendar.

The Adirondack Review
New York’s mountainous park preserve (taller brother to the Catskills) was the setting for E.L. Doctrow’s Loon Lake, and it serves as pristine backdrop for the good writing displayed in this colorful, multilingual journal.

Arts & Letters Daily
Updated daily, this site in dense bulletin board design offers a reader’s blurb service to broadly cultural articles, reviews, and essays through links to the original source. Maintained by the Chronicle of Higher Education.

The Atlantic
Familiar and full, the online magazine is not just a stingy selection of pieces that appear in the print magazine. There are even frequent offerings from the magazine’s vast archives.

Blood Orange Review

Boston Review
The Boston ‘combines commitments to public reason and literary imagination.’ It too withholds nothing online. For those who prefer to browse in print, MIT’s sponsorship makes for an affordable subscription ($25).

The Catskill Mountain Foundation

Contemporary Poetry Review
Begun in 1998 and devoted exclusively to the no holds barred review of and essays about poetry, there is a wealth of bristled, in-depth critical writing in this monthly, from diverse, authoritative perspectives. The home page is crowded, but the individual pieces are presented very cleanly. (Recently redesigned for easy navigation, with an index to the archives and links to work appearing in the New York Times, The Nation, and elsewhere.) Based in Northern California, CPR is administered by editor Ernest Hilbert.

The Cortland Review


Drunken Boat

The Drunken Boat

Fetch Book
A new service finds the best price from among sixty-two booksellers, and lists it comparatively. Search free by title, ISBN or author.

Harper’s Magazine

The Innisfree Poetry Journal

The Kilometer Zero Project

The Ledge Poetry & Fiction Magazine

Mad Hatter’s Review

The Museum of the City of New York

The Nation

New York Foundation for the Arts

The New York Observer

The New York Press

The New York Review of Books

Now Culture

The One Three Eight

The Pedestal Magazine


Poetry Daily

Poetry Flash

The Poetry Kit

Polarity eMagazine

Post Pressed


SoMa Literary Review

The Village Voice Literary Supplement

Web del Sol

Word Circuit

a review of contemporary Word