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Creative Writing: Magazines

A research guide for the University of Tampa MFA program in creative writing.

Magazines and Journals

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If you want to know if the library carries a particular magazine or journal search Ejournals.

Paris Review -- Available through LION, aka the Literature Online database. Search for the Art of Fiction interviews for in-depth interviews with some of the 20th century's greatest writers. Official site here.

Writer's Chronicle (Only available in the Library. No electronic version available.) Official site here.

Writer's Digest -- The annual Writer's Market by Writer's Digest can be found in the reference section of the Library.

TriQuarterly Online (Official site here.)

Poets & writers (Official site here.)

The Writer (Official site here.)

Magazine websites of interest

3:AM Magazine - "Whatever it is, we're against it."

Creative Nonfiction - "The Creative Nonfiction Foundation pursues educational and publishing initiatives in the genre of literary nonfiction. Its objectives are to provide a venue, the journal Creative Nonfiction, for high quality nonfiction prose (memoir, literary journalism, personal essay); to serve as the singular strongest voice of the genre, defining the ethics and parameters of the field; and to broaden the genre's impact in the literary arena by providing an array of educational services and publishing activities."

Monkey Bicycle - "Monkeybicycle is an online literary journal which is updated on Mondays and Fridays. It is also a print journal, publishing two issues per year."

N +1 - "n+1 is a print and digital magazine of literature, culture, and politics"

The New Inquiry - Features literature reviews, essays, and other thought provoking writing on arts, culture, and politics.