Our literary magazine guide is one of our most visited and popular pages on our site, but did you know that we also have a Miscellaneous Literary Sites page? It has a lot of neat sites full of literary delight, ones that are like magazines but don’t necessarily fit the same mold. Most of them still look for contributing writers just as magazines do, so check them out writers! And readers, there’s definitely some fun stuff to read here.
For example, we recently added tinywords.com to this list, which originally started in 2000 as a daily haiku delivered by SMS to cell phones, then eventually to an RSS Feed and Twitter account. You can subscribe on their website to receive daily poems in the form of haiku, tanka, quintains, and unclassified “micropoems.” How fun! You can also read a collection of these compiled on their website and in their Twitter feed.