Founded in 1997 in Cortland, New York, by filmmaker, producer, director, and ardent supporter of literature Guy Shahar, The Cortland Review was not only one of the first online literary magazines, but a trailblazer in the use of audio recordings of contributors reading their own work.
Lolwe is an online literary magazine that publishes fiction, literary criticism, personal essays, photography, and poetry. Founded in January 2020 by Troy Onyango, the magazine has a Pan-African focus with the area of interest being Africa, Caribbean and the Black diaspora.
Strange Horizons is a weekly magazine of and about speculative fiction. They publish fiction, poetry, reviews, essays, interviews, roundtable discussions, and art. Work published in Strange Horizons has been shortlisted for or won Hugo, Nebula, Rhysling, Theodore Sturgeon, James Tiptree Jr., and World Fantasy Awards.
Electric Literature began as a quarterly journal in 2009 and became a non-profit in 2014. Includes two weekly literary magazines: Recommended Reading, which publishes short story and novel excerpts with personal recommendations, and The Commuter, our home for flash fiction, poetry, and graphic narrative.
Catapult publishes fiction and nonfiction, offers writing classes, produces a daily online magazine of narrative nonfiction and fiction, and hosts an open online platform where writers can showcase their own writing, find resources, and get inspired.