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Boston Review

Calling itself "a left center of gravity magazine of ideas," the Boston Review brings its bimonthly magazine to the Internet with this web site. The site includes the full text of the past three volumes of the magazine, prominent links to the most popular articles, and a comprehensive author index. Contributions range from highly topical articles (abortion, taxes) to interviews and "meditations,"...

http://bostonreview.net
NYBooks: The Reader's Website

New York Books packs a triple punch for bibliophiles: The New York Review of Books, Granta, and n.b., the monthly ezine about new books provided by the staff of the well-known Reader's Catalog. NYRB provides selected full text from the print issue, with archives of recent issues. In addition, full text of the first issue, published in early 1963, is available. Granta is a quarterly literary...

https://www.nybooks.com/
Words Without Borders

Founded in 2003, the award-winning online magazine Words Without Borders (WWB) offers readers a terrific view into contemporary international literature. This resource aims to "open doors for readers of English around the world to the multiplicity of viewpoints, richness of experience, and literary perspective on world events offered by writers in other languages." WWB's monthly magazine publishes...

https://www.wordswithoutborders.org/
JSTOR: African American Review

JSTOR has available this title in its collection of full-text, online journals. African American Review, the quarterly publication of the Division on Black American Literature and Culture of the Modern Language Association, is published by Indiana State University, and includes Volumes 1-33, 1967-1999. AAR continues Black American Literature Forum (1976-1991) and Negro American Literature Forum ...

http://www.jstor.org/journal/afriamerrevi
London Review of Books Online

Similar in both its outlook and content to the New York Review of Books here in the US, the London Review of Books is a place that serves as the nerve center for a great deal of discussion about literature and authors. This online edition of the London Review of Books will be a great place to browse for those who love to read, and particularly for those persons looking for trenchant reviews of...

https://www.lrb.co.uk/
The Virginia Quarterly Review

Self-described as "a national journal of literature and discussion", _The Virginia Quarterly Review_ has been in existence since 1925, and continues to publish important essays, poems, and other prose pieces on a wide range of topics. Its site is full of materials from the current issue and also a number of Web-only materials, such as an audio selection of Michael Chabon at the Virginia Festival...

https://www.vqronline.org/
Muse India

Started and run by a group of writers, Muse India is an online bimonthly journal which seeks to showcase Indian writings in both English and in English translation. Begun in early 2005, the journal has produced a number of thematic issues over the past several years, including those that have focused on Punjabi literature, modern Tamil poetry, and Indian aesthetics. Each issue contains a blend of...

http://www.museindia.com/
The Walrus

With its marine mammal style title, The Walrus magazine has been gracing Canadian newsstands and the web since September 2003. Their mission is to publish works by writers from Canada and elsewhere who are "curious about the world." Their homepage is visually stimulating and easy to navigate, and first-time visitors may wish to look over their various thematic sections to get a sense of the...

https://thewalrus.ca/
The American Scholar

The American Scholar is published by the Phi Beta Kappa Society, and since 1932 they have published compelling and thoughtful essays, articles, poetry, and other pieces. The creation of this publication was actually inspired by Emerson's famous speech "The American Scholar", which was delivered to the Phi Beta Kappa Society at Harvard in 1837. They recently revamped their website, and now visitors...

https://theamericanscholar.org/
The Millions

The Millions is an online magazine that covers books, art, and culture. Founded in 2003, the site boasts an enormous backlog of essays, reviews, excerpts, lists, and other wonders. While readers can choose to support the Millions with a monthly donation, the content is free, and ads are minimal. Readers could start anywhere on this playful and intriguing site. Recent essays have included a look at...

https://themillions.com/
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