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American Journalism Review
Monthly publication covering journalism including ethical issues and dilemmas, coverage that falls short, occasional profiles, emerging technologies, etc.
ByLine is a monthly magazine for writers. Since its founding in 1981, ByLine has published--and paid for--the first work of hundreds of poets and writers of fiction and nonfiction.
Poets and Writers
Poets & Writers Magazine is a bimonthly publication for writers of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.
Presstime provides newspaper executives with accurate information about issues that affect their daily operations and their futures.
Script is a national bi-monthly publication dedicated to the craft and business of writing for film and television.
The Writer, founded in 1887, is a monthly magazine about writing for writers. It features how-to and inspirational articles focusing on the writing of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and children's and young adult literature.
Write Markets Report, The
Electronic magazine featuring new freelance jobs and paying markets with occasional freelance articles on selling the written word.
Writer's Chronicle, The
The Writer's Chronicle, published six times a year, presents essays, articles, news, and information designed to enlighten, inform, and entertain writers, editors, students, and teachers of writing.
Writer's Digest is a monthly handbook for writers who want to get more out of their writing.