29 Amazing Literary Magazines You Need To Be Reading

    And you thought your reading list was long already...

    We asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us about their favorite literary magazines. Here are the collections of fiction, essays, and poetry you need in your life:

    1. Fields magazine

    2. A Public Space

    3. Ecotone

    What it features: "Place-based" writing across all genres and disciplines, whether based in science or art.

    How to read it: Print and digital ($16.95/one-year subscription, $12.95/issue)

    Why it's great: The magazine's focus on landscape and geography makes it especially transportive.

    "Ecotone's motto is 'Reimagining Place,' which is a fascinating approach to art and literature, especially during a time when identity and the idea of home are more important than ever." —TheNewChrissy

    4. Tin House

    5. Narratively

    6. Blackbird

    7. The Normal School

    8. Poetry Magazine

    9. McSweeney's Quarterly Concern

    10. North American Review

    11. Oxford American

    12. One Story

    13. n+1

    14. Painted Bride Quarterly

    What it features: Poetry, fiction, essays, interviews, and photography, released quarterly (online) or annually (print).

    How to read it: Print and digital ($10–15/issue)

    Why it's great: "Tons of beautifully crafted short stories and poems, all of which are true to the human experience." —Allyson Jo, Facebook

    15. Ploughshares

    16. One Throne

    17. Hazlitt

    18. Glimmer Train

    19. Room Magazine

    20. Winter Tangerine Review

    21. Conjunctions

    22. Five Dials

    23. Granta

    24. The Offing

    25. Lapham's Quarterly

    26. Guernica

    27. Literary Orphans

    28. BāJiā

    29. The Lifted Brow

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