Twenty-Five Literary Magazine Twitter Feeds to Follow

by Jamie FitzGerald

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Online Only, posted 10.17.12

November/December 2012

If you’re looking for news from the literary magazine universe, these twenty-five feeds offer frequent updates about the writing they’re publishing, the events they’re hosting, and the news they find interesting. Follow our literary magazine Twitter Feed, @pwlitmagster, and subscribe to this roundup by clicking Lists.

1. Launched in 2006 to support a new generation of writers A Public Space @APublicSpace

2. Idiosyncratic biannual out of the California Institute for the Arts Black Clock @blackclockmag

3. The magazine devoted to conversations with artists BOMB @BOMBmagazine

4. A print journal and web forum of innovative writing out of New York's Bard College Conjunctions @_conjunctions

5. A journal that reimagines place Ecotone @EcotoneJournal

6. Tweets from online magazine affiliate Recommended Reading editor Benjamin Samuel Electric Literature @ElectricLit

7. International journal that publishes memoir, photojournalism, fiction, and poetry Granta @GrantaMag

8. Online magazine of ideas, art, poetry, and fiction published twice monthly Guernica @GuernicaMag

9. Student-run journal from the University of Houston English department Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts @Gulf_Coast

10. Biannual print journal out of Arizona State University Hayden’s Ferry Review @haydensferryrev

11. Student-run biannual out of Indiana University Indiana Review @IndianaReview

12. A quarterly online magazine and arts blog InDigest Magazine @InDigestMag

13. Seventy-three-year-old print journal with an online companion out of Kenyon College in Ohio Kenyon Review @kenyonreview

14. A nonprofit digital and online magazine Narrative Magazine@NarrativeMag

15. Founded in 1978 and currently sponsored by Middlebury College New England Review @NERweb

16. Founded in 1992 in Oxford, Mississippi, and now at the University of Central Arkansas Oxford American @oxfordamerican

17. Founded in 1971, Boston-based print journal Ploughshares @pshares

18. Published in cooperation with the University of Nebraska Creative Writing Program Prairie Schooner @TheSchooner

19. Monthly print magazine published by San Francisco–based McSweeney’s The Believer @believermag

20. Thirty-four-year old quarterly that focuses on publishing debut writers The Missouri Review @Missouri_Review

21. New York City–based magazine founded by George Plimpton The Paris Review @parisreview

22. Based in Brooklyn and Portland, Oregon, print magazine Tin House @Tin_House

23. Student-run journal out of Northwestern University TriQuarterly @tqonline

24. National Magazine Award–winning journal based in Charlottesville Virginia Quarterly Review @VQR

25. West Coast stalwart, founded in 1985, ZYZZYVA @zyzzyvamag  

Which literary magazines do you follow on Twitter? Tweet us your favorites: #litmagfeeds @pwlitmagster.

Comments

cannelunsford says...

@SuperstitionRev Superstition Review posts daily about past contributors, current literary events and articles, contests, and more!

zenbex says...

And also The Review Review! We post regularly about lit mags, lit mag reviews, editor interviews and tips for publishing in lit mags. @TheReviewReview