New & Noted Literary & Alternative Magazine Issues
NewPages receives many wonderful literary and alternative magazines each month to share with our readers. You can read more about some of these by clicking on the link to their sponsor information or blog post. If you are a publication looking to be listed here, please visit our FAQ page.
November 2023 Featured Publications
AGNI 98 fronts the world as we find it, parsing enigmas and celebrating the drive to engage necessary truths. See sponsor blog post here.
Broadsided, Fall 2023
Broadsided Press now offers readers a biannual folio of poetry/art broadsides for reading and sharing, lesson plans, reviews, and more. See blog post here.
Literary and visual art that reveals the impact of military service and violent conflict beyond the combat zone. See sponsor blog post here.
Cutleaf, November 2023
Publishing online every other week, readers can stop by regularly to enjoy fresh fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. See sponsor blog post here.
The Common, Issue 26
This issue features a portfolio of work from Latinx farmworkers as well as new stories and poems. See sponsor blog post here.
Consequence. Fall 2023
Featuring hard-won truths and insights about the realities of war and geopolitical violence from contributors around the globe. See sponsor blog post here.
The Fiddlehead, Autumn 2023
Poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and reviews written by some of the best new and established writers. See sponsor blog post here.
The First Line, Fall 2023
Writers responded to the 2023 prompt: “As soon as Harriet entered the building, she headed to the seventh floor.”See sponsor blog post here.
The Keeping Room, November 2023
This online magazine from Minerva Rising Press features fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and more on topics related to Women’s Wisdom. See sponsor blog post here.
The Kenyon Review, Special ‘Black Estrangement’ Online Issue
This special online issue centers on the experiences of Black individuals and communities grappling with systemic racism. See sponsor blog post here.
The Lake, November 2023
The Lake online journal of poetry and poetics offers new works, reviews of new collections, and sample poems from new books. See sponsor blog post here.
The Louisville Review, Summer 2023
This issue offers a wide range of voices and subjects engaged through fiction, poetry, essays, and art. Read sponsor blog post here.
The Main Street Rag, Fall 2023
Enjoy a good laugh (or cry) with the editor’s interview with TRUNION as well as loads of fresh “Stories & Such,” poetry, and reviews. Read sponsor blog post here.
The Malahat Review, 224
Showcasing winners of their Far Horizons Award for Short Fiction and much more new work and translations. See sponsor blog post here.
The Midwest Quarterly, Fall 2023
Readers can expect to be both challenged and entertained by this newest issue of critical cultural essays and poetry. See sponsor blog post here.
South Dakota Review – 57.4
Wrap up the year with this newest issue filled with poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and scholarly work. See sponsor blog post here.
More Publications Received
805 Lit + Art, Fall 2023
The Cincinnati Review, Fall 2023
Colorado Review, Fall/Winter 2023
Conduit, Fall 2023
The Conversationalist, November 2023
Freefall, Fall 2023
Gay & Lesbian Review, November-December 2023
Freefall, Fall 2023
The Greensboro Review, Fall 2023
The Hollins Critic, October 2023
The Hudson Review, Autumn 2023
In These Times, November 2023
Michigan Quarterly Review, Fall 2023
Musicworks, Fall 2023
New Letters, Summer/Fall 2023
One Story, 306
Pleiades, Fall 2023
Poetry, November 2023
The Sewanee Review, Fall 2023
Southwest Review, Autumn 2023
Space and Culture, November 2023
Topical Poetry, 69, 70, 71
Valley Voices, Fall 2023
Willow Springs, Fall 2023
The Wallace Stevens Journal, Fall 2023
Find out more about many of these titles with our Guide to Literary Magazines and our Big List of Literary Magazines and Big List of Alternative Magazines. If you are a publication looking to be listed here or featured on our blog and social media, please contact us. You can also subscribe to our weekly newsletter to stay the most up-to-date on all things literary!