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:
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
11. Oxford American
12. One Story
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