theNewerYork, a relatively new print journal, has a great online feature called the Electric Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature (theEEL). To read some great content, all you have to do is go to theEEL, and then filter by Funny/Serious, Visual/Words, Short/Long, and Liked/Disliked. Or you can choose a literary form, or simply click “Random!” to generate some pieces that are, well, randomly selected.
While you’re at it, check out theNewerYork’s Fictional Glossary. “Think of it [as] an Urban Dictionary except not entirely maintained by bros. While at times poetic and stern, the definitions tend to circle around humor and cynicism.”