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The Atlantic Monthly is designed for the literate reader with an interest in current events. This news magazine focuses on the political, economic, fine arts, events, and personalities affecting contemporary trends.
The mission of Audubon magazine is to help its readers appreciate, understand, and preserve the natural world, with a particular focus on birds and wildlife and their habitats.
Babybug features simple stories and poems, words and concepts, illustrated in full color by the best children's artists from around the world.
Back to College
Back to College provides news and resources for re-entry students
Backpacker provides lively, informative features and departments on self-propelled, self-contained wilderness activities.
The Bark is a quarterly publication for the modern dog enthusiast. We bring to our readers a literate and entertaining approach to dog-life through essays, reviews, interviews and artwork.
Bat City Review
Bat City Review is a literary journal that was founded in 2004. It is supported by the University of Texas at Austin’s English Department and James A. Michener Center for Writers.
Bee Culture is the magazine of American Beekeeping. We cover beekeeping - its history, how-to, equipment used and even the humorous side.
Beneath Ceaseless Skies
Beneath Ceaseless Skies is a literary adventure fantasy magazine. BCS describes literary adventure fantasy as "fantasy set in secondary-world or historical paranormal settings, written with a literary focus on the characters."
Bennington Review is a national print journal featuring innovative, intelligent, and moving poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and film writing. The magazine is published at Bennington College in Vermont. It was originally established in 1966 and returned in 2016 after a 30 year hiatus.
The Bible Advocate is one of the oldest religious magazines in America, founded in 1863.
Bird Watcher's Digest
Bird Watcher's Digest is a bimonthly, digest-sized magazine for bird watchers.
Black Warrior Review
The literary publication was founded by graduate students in the MFA Program in Creative Writing at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. It is named after the river that borders the school.
Blue Mountain Arts
Publisher of original, sensitive poetry and prose on love, friendship, family and philosophies for use in greetings cards and books.
Blue Ridge Country
Blue Ridge Country is a bi-monthly, full-color magazine embracing the feel and spirit of the Blue Ridge region--the traditions and recipes, the husbandry and farming, the country stores and bed-and-breakfast inns, the things to visit and learn about.
Books Unbound E-Publishing Co.
A new non-subsidy royalty paying e-pub, called Books Unbound E-Publishing Co.
Boston Review describes itself as a political and literary forum.
Boulevard was founded in 1984 by Richard Burgin. It publishes top fiction, poetry, and essays. Some of the authros it has published include David Mamet, Alice Hoffman, Joyce Carol Oates, Jennifer Egan and Mark Strand.
Boys' Life is a general-interest, four-color monthly magazine for boys ages 6 to 17. It has been published by the Boy Scouts of America since 1911.
Brain, Child is for and by mothers who like to think about what raising children does for and to the mind and soul. Includes essays, features, contrasting opinions, humor, reviews, fiction, art, cartoons, and readers' own stories.
BuzzFeed has an online magazine called Reader. It features cultural criticism, personal essays, fiction, and poetry. The Reader is also home of the annual BuzzFeed Emerging Writers Fellowship.
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.
Emphasizing Catholic family life, but also for people of all faiths, Catholic Digest offers spiritual, how-to advice for daily living.
Cave Wall is a national literary journal of poetry and art. Cave Wall is dedicated to publishing the best in contemporary poetry and is "interested in poems of any length and style from both established and emerging poet."
Cemetery Dance is bi-monthly magazine of horror, dark mystery, and suspense. Each issue contains short stories, articles, columns, interviews, news, and reviews.
Ceramics Monthly is distributed internationally (to approximately 100 countries), serving potters, sculptors, students and teachers, gallery and museum personnel, collectors and others with an interest in claywork.
Checker Cab Magazine: The Little 'Zine That Could!
Checker Cab Magazine is a vehicle that fiction writers can take on the road to success. In addition to short stories, we also need poetry, non-fiction articles and reviews, and graphic depictions of Checker cabs and cars.
Chicago has news and features on personalities, politics, trends, culture, and lifestyle issues of particular interest to people in the Windy City.
Chicago Reader, The
The Chicago Reader is weekly magazine publishing full-length feature stories on Chicago topics.
Chicken Soup for the Soul
Chicken Soup for the Soul is looking for true stories and poems for its upcoming books. The publisher has sold over 100 million books and over 250 titles to date.
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