| GOOD THINGS TO READ ON THE WEB
2River has been publishing poetry, art, and theory quarterly since 1996. Includes occasional online single-author chapbooks (Check out Dorothy Surrenders, with the bipolar lion, no baseball and no orgasms in Oz!)
The Barcelona Review
International review of contemporary fiction. English, Spanish, and French translations available for new and established authors of excellent fiction, presented bi-monthly.
The Blue Moon Review Short fiction, non-fiction and poetry;
includes the Cafe Blue and a writers' workshop.
Clean Sheets Magazine "The best erotic writing, delivered fresh weekly." Articles, fiction, poetry, art, and reviews.
The Cortland Review An online
poetry magazine with everything available in both text and real audio, updated monthly.
Granta Excerpts from the print quarterly, book reviews, author information.
Hispanic Magazine Monthly zine considered
the premier publication for Hispanic Americans.
The Iowa Review Hypertext fiction and poetry available on the Web site; home of the literary quarterly published by the University of Iowa.
Literary Kicks Divided into four main areas -- the beat generation, transcendental America, La Boheme, and the summer of love. Articles, information, road stories, discussion boards.
The Melic Review Quarterly journal with a lively poetry workshop/board.
The Mississippi Review An online edition of back issues of the well-known quarterly review, primarily devoted to short fiction.
The Missouri Review A good online selection of fiction, poetry, and non-fiction from the print review.
MojoWire Celebrating 25 years of raising hell -- the online edition of Mother Jones.
Nerve The magazine of "literate
smut" -- fiction, articles, poetry, photography.
The Onion Satirical news magazine, the very best.
The Paris Review
Excerpted teasers from the current print issues; some complete fiction, poetry, and interviews are archived.
Pif Quarterly literary zine, with poetry, short fiction, reviews, interviews, and 100,000 readers per month.
Ploughshares Includes selections from past and current print issues, book recommendations, and author information.
Poems Niederngasse A classy monthly poetry zine with online editions in English, German, and Spanish.
Poetry Daily A daily poem published from existing books and journals. A one year archive of published poems is available, along with a daily poetry newsletter.
The Richmond Review The U.K.'s
first online review, with short fiction, essays, poetry, interviews and reviews. Updated monthly.
Salon The biggest online magazine (3 million readers), with daily sections for news, politics, life, people, arts, and technology. Now offering "premium" (paid) memberships with additional articles and no advertising. Excellent Wanderlust archive.
Slate The Microsoft-backed zine, with news, politics, culture,
and a weekly audio poem read by the author, chosen by Robert Pinsky.
SoMa Literary Review New voices
from San Francisco's subculture. Fiction, rants, reviews, news, with monthly
Suspect Thoughts An online journal of "subversive writing," which focuses on writing that "blurs the lines between genres, that isn't afraid that it might enrage, frighten, cause laughter, or even confuse, while perhaps arousing sexual desire."
Vagabonding Author Rolf Potts' site for vagabonding reports -- "an uncommon guide to the art of long-term world travel" -- with dispatches from the road from many travellers, his own blog, and a travel forum.
Web del Sol A "literary arts new media complex" that showcases the best of the material available from other lit reviews, including Zyzzyva, along with original new work and some high school literary journals.
Zoetrope: All-Story Literary
review from Francis Ford Coppola's American Zoetrope complex -- recently
won the National Magazine Award for fiction, beating The New Yorker, The Atlantic Monthly, Esquire and GQ.
| RESOURCES AND BOOK REVIEWS
Backpack Europe on a Budget
Bartlett's Familiar Quotations
Elderhostel -- Educational adventure programs for seniors
The Guardian(U.K.) -- Books
The Lonely Planet Online - travel
The New York Times on the Web -- Books, Travel, Op-Ed
Peaceful Streets -- melting guns into art
Poets & Writers On-line
Francisco Chronicle -- Books
Sunday Times (U.K.) -- Books
Time Out (UK) Contains London and other worldwide city guides.
USA Today -- Baseball, Books , Travel
The Village Voice