Art and Culture
An interconnected guide to the arts: literature, film, music, visual arts, and performing arts.
Some of today's brightest literary stars share interviews, stories, and more.
An alternative publishing network featuring some of the most interesting online fiction and literary theory.
The site for The Atlantic Monthly is far better than its print counterpart.
An online zine full of insightful author interviews
Bookworm's Listening Room
RealAudio readings and interviews from KCRW's Bookworm radio show, hosted by Michael Silverblatt. A wonderful resource for fans of literature.
The Cortland Review publishes poetry, fiction, essays, and reviews, in a read-along format, with text accompanied by RealAudio author readings.
Etude is a showcase of emerging literary nonfiction writers.
Fence is a journal of contemporary poetry and fiction across aesthetic boundaries--plus art, criticism and Fence Books.
Identity Theory: "Examining our identities with author interviews, writing, photography, and a bit of music."
The Knopf Poetry Center is a showcase for many of the finest poets and poetry on the Web.
Mr. Beller's Neighborhood is part magazine, part map, part travel guide, part anthology.
Nan A. Talese/Doubleday publishes authors like Margaret Atwood, Bob Dole, and Thomas Cahill, among many others.
The Nearby Cafe
A multi-subject Website, creating the ambience of the classic international cafe with an Internet spin.
A Website dedicated to discovering and developing emerging talent in the visual and literary arts.
The Village Voice called Open City "an athletic balance of hipster glamour and highbrow esoterica."
The zenith of contemporary culture online: a magazine of words, art, and ideas.
Selected Shorts: A Celebration of the Short Story
A program at Symphony Space theater where Broadway and Hollywood actors read short stories to a live audience. The program is later broadcast on National Public Radio across the country.
A venture into something literary.
Web del Sol
A literary arts "complex" featuring several acclaimed literary magazines.