AM Magazine"The ability
to dispense with writers altogether must represent something of a
juicy prospect …"
in accordance with rules allowing so-called Embedded
Warrior Review "a sonorous purr, poured with spirit
journal of Poetry and Magick.
Devoted to exploring digital technology's impact
on experimental poetics and occasionally putting out a.pdf journal.
But eye candy is the best.
poetica Poetry about poetry, and its diapers are changed
Astrophysicist's Tango Partner Speaks
How could it not be cool, with a name like this?
Poetry A happy home where
your really dumb, really funny poems will be treated kindly, fed wet
food four times a day whether they need it or not, and bedecked with
a fabulously appropriate clip art image. And you get to have
a nom de plume.
of Bees Home of Gnoetics. Gno there.
Hypertext/hypermedia literary journal, with neat stuff like Outline
of a Novel by the Storyteller Laureate of Hazlahan.
Geographically and substantially wide-ranging.
record of the crash."
Not only poems, but Section Titles. Like Sleep Screen with Lavish
"marrying literary arts and interactive media … through
creative collaboration between writers and artists." Enviably
slick programming. See "A Birthday in Four Parts."
Notebook No-frills site that appears to be deliberately
seeking out little-known, interesting poets.
Rose Surreal, transgressive work.
magazine of folk sensibilities."
Unlike many journals online and otherwise, its name relates
directly to the contents—there is a Schematics section, too.
And, refreshingly, there are Explanations.
Room "to explore the intersection of prose poetry
and flash fiction."
A Journal of the Arts.
O A G H We're
not sure what's up with these guys.
Specializing in postmodern poetry, poetics and eidetics, edited by
Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino, which seems to involve, inter alia,
asylum protocol, tertiary syphilis, and fada emporiums. We are
prepared to suspend our disenchantment with black-and-white here.
Stories Not micro-, but nano-fiction, or eentsy
prose poems, if you like. We like. Borgesian, real magic.
again. Fail better." —Samuel Beckett
Oak Lovely site and images; interesting work.
less review An
occasional electronic journal of poetry and fiction, steady hands
& wild hairs. Goats, too.
interviews, and more.
Petite Zine where there is an Ozzy Osbourne
Sestina! Highly-regarded, and rightly so.
Really bright colors and Flash poetry too! My idea of a good
Review Entertaining and Canadian.
Hatters' Review Very, very visuals-and-music
oriented—"the Age of Dementia."
Jangle "The word 'malleable' expresses
a desire/love to see language manipulated into new ways of
expression. 'Jangle' defines a musicality that allows
the work to resonate in the reader's consciousness."
Magazine American poetic arts, except lots of
it isn't American. Needs a navigator.
Internet Tendency Silliest of all: Anna
Karenina, or Like, Most of It. Way cool.
magazine hopes to make contact with the spirit
of poetry via the electronic pulse.
Journal of Social Change. With a Hate Mail section—how
cool is that?!
Spare, elegant, pushing the language envelope.
Favorite Bullet Not for the faint-hearted. Gritty,
graphic, depressing. Slower to load than one might expect.
River An amazing
hypertext journal. See Fibonacci's Daughter!
Verse News "Politically progressive
poetry on current events and topical issues."
Journal Not to be confused with the above. One of the few
literary journals to have an official banjo band.
Pedestal Striving for diversity and eclecticism.
the Arts, an Orbiting Body comin' your way in Regular Installments.
See, hear, read, experience!
Broader, longer, and more scenic than its splash page suggests.
1 A great new publication edited by Arlene Ang, from Italy.
doled out in small but frequent doses.
The oldest little magazine on the Web; edited by Sal Salasin.
"the vernacular, quotidian, witty and postmodern." Free
i g h t h a n d p o i n t i n g
"an online literary journal of very brief pieces for smart
people with short attention spans"
little things You know: paragraph things.
Monkey Do not pass up a tour of the Ravenna
A Literary Collection; has published local poets. Me, for instance.
Horizons More insidious science fiction casting its
pall over civilization.
A global poetry jounal; theme issues.
Highway Good poems and
the "picture worth a thousand words" contest in each issue.
quarterly is but one ship in the Armada of Mutiny."