The best publications on the internet today are largely online and often in a digital form.
But they don’t all fit neatly into a tidy narrative.
We explore these digital magazines and how they fit into the larger literary landscape.
This is a podcast about the best literary journals, from magazines that make up the modern literary scene to those that are more obscure.
You can listen to this episode on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, SoundCloud, or any podcast app.
Listen to the episode: In the first part of our three-part series, we look at the best online literary magazines, including The New Yorker, The New Inquiry, the New Republic, the Locus, and The Atlantic.
We also look at how they compare to the major literary publications in print, which we also recommend.
The New York Times, The Guardian, and Slate all feature in this episode, while the L.A. Times and the New Yorker both feature in Part II.
The first part also includes links to the best web-based literary content, which includes a roundup of great online literary articles from The New Republic and the Linguist.
We also discuss the importance of the literary world in a modern age, including the need for readers to find and engage with other readers and writers.
This podcast is the first in a series of three about the world of literary magazines.
We’re thrilled to have this as part of this conversation.
The last podcast is about the rise of the online literary world, but we want to keep it in the spirit of the classics.
In Part III, we’ll explore what it means to read online, as well as the role of the Internet in the world.