December 29, 2004

After Hours (Summer 2002, Summer 2004, Winter 2004)
Edited by Albert DeGenova and P. Hertel
Slipstream (Issue 1, Volume 1)
Edited by Nicholas J. Aquina, et al
The Prairie Light Review (Spring/Summer 2004)
Edited by Emily Ruggles
Essai (Volume 1)
Edited by Robert N. Georgalas, et al
Other Voices (Issue 41)
Edited by Gina Frangello and JoAnne Ruvoli
Another Chicago Magazine (Issue 42)
Edited by Barry Silesky
New American Writing (Issue 19)
Edited by Paul Hoover and Maxine Chernoff
Tin House (Am I Blue?)
Edited by Rob Spillman
Granta (Hidden Stories)
Edited by Ian Jack

Guiding Lights – Aside from bank accounts and budgets, there’s nothing small about “small” magazines. In fact, they are often filled with big voices, which echo off one another in what Jorge Luis Borges described as the singular dream of literature. From the poetry of Charles Rossiter to the stories of Matthew Vollmer to the good advice of Andre Dubus III cautioning writers to avoid worrying, “How does this story I wrote reflect back on me? How does it make me look?” – each writer and every “small” magazine is making a big contribution to helping us find our way through life.


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