A weekly celebration of Latinos and sports
Bill Vourvoulias grew up in Guatemala rooting for the Detroit Tigers and he worked for The New Yorker, Newsweek, Radar, Interview, and ESPN. His cares about big matches and stats while exploring how the games and athletes we love connect us to history, identity, family, and culture.
Five in-depth pieces that deserve your undivided attention
The Awl: Weekend Companion delivers a just-big-enough — but not overwhelming! — bundle of diverse, delightful weekend reading. From the stern and the solemn to the quite unserious and even utterly ludicrous.
A weekly journal with a populist approach to pop culture
In-depth interviews plus incisive commentary on music, movies, sports, food, the internet — plus a monthly fiction selection. Maura isn’t out to cheerlead, but it won’t blindly tear things down. Edited by Maura Johnston.
A literary magazine that contains, simply, one story
Short stories are best read alone, not sandwiched between a review and an exposé on botox. Subscribers get a new issue of One Story approximately every three weeks. Each issue will introduce you to a new voice in contemporary short fiction.
Fresh poetry and prose for your portable reading pleasure
Fresh fiction, verse, serials, plays, and more from the editor of the cosmopolitan annual literary journal Little Star, Ann Kjellberg. Weekly music selected by Alex Ross and art curated by painter Mary Weatherford.
For young adult readers of every age
Each issue will feature one amazing short story about the teen experience by established and emerging writers, including Gayle Forman, Francesca Lia Block, and Matt de la Pena. The May issue will feature a story written by a teenager.
Discerning what is good, beautiful, and true
Written by and for Christians whose primary concern is Scripture's truth and meaning, Christ and Pop Culture is accessible to the hardcore fundamentalist as well as the militant atheist. Every biweekly issue has six or seven articles plus recommendations of movies, music, and games.
Baseball and football, fighting, and wife-carrying
The Classical does not tell you who won the game, who is going to win, or why. It is a monthly conversation about sports, and any corner of life that sports illuminates (or illuminates sports, for that matter). Basically anything resembling athletic endeavor is our beat, big or small, high or low, always independent.
The oldest monthly devoted to verse in the English-speaking world
Founded in 1912, Poetry magazine presents new work by the most recognized poets while keeping its commitment to discovering new voices. Poetry is also known for its annual translation issue, Q&As, book reviews, essays, notebooks, and a column about poetry by artists and professionals from outside the poetry world.
Dispatches on Israel and Palestine
Each Friday, the editors select articles from among the fresh, original and on-the-ground reporting and analysis published daily on the +972 web site, named for the country code shared by Israel and Palestine. Owned by a collective of journalists, bloggers and photographers who oppose the occupation.
An independent take on one of the world's most important stories
Original reporting, comment and analysis on Iran in one crisp digital issue every month. Founded in 2008, Tehran Bureau is not affiliated with or funded by any government, religious organization, political party, lobby or interest group.
A monthly about bicycle culture
Blogging bike culture since 2007, Bike Hugger now takes a monthly longform look at cycling from the enthusiast's perspective. Expect the same distinctive voice, ad-free, with more length and a nice touchscreen interface.
Spurring change by shining a sustained spotlight on wrongdoing
A free monthly selection of deep-dive investigations, short reads, and data-driven interactives that shine a sustained spotlight on wrongdoing and hold leaders of government, business and other institutions accountable. Now is your chance to get ProPublica’s work to read uninterrupted and on your own schedule.
A monthly collection of the best food features and recipes on the web
Each issue of the Serious Eats Magazine focuses on a central theme, from grilling to noodles to travels afield. It’s a one-stop shop of our best stories, recipes, and more, from the most passionate, discerning, and inclusive food enthusiasts online today.
Photographs paired with 100-word stories.
Michele Catalano started writing 100-word stories as a daily writing exercise, then combined her love of digital photography processing with her love of flash fiction to create 1/100, a weekly magazine of stories paired with photographs.
Focuses on culture not covered in the mainstream.
In The Weekly Rumpus you'll get essays, reviews, interviews, advice, music, film, poetry, and some kick-ass comics, delivered in an attractive, easy-to-read format that you can download and read in the bathroom, on the porch, or on the train.
A fortnightly parcel of commentaries and longreads.
Essays, fiction, comics, poems, interviews, and columns — each update from The Lifted Brow is a magical grab-bag. With old favourites and brand new work, we promise to titillate your brain.
Ensuring literary fiction remains a vibrant part of popular culture.
Great authors inspire us. But what about the stories that inspire them? Recommended Reading, a magazine by Electric Literature, publishes one story a week, each chosen by today’s best authors or editors.
Welcome to a revolutionary new kind of book club.
Best friends Ruth Curry and Emily Gould seek out the very best in transgressive memoir and fiction. Get a different full book each month, alongside intimate author Q&As, essays, excerpts, art, and other exclusive extras. You’ll never be without your next great read.
The oldest general-interest monthly in America.
Harper’s explores the issues that drive our national conversation, through long-form narrative journalism and essays, and such celebrated features as the iconic Harper’s Index. With its emphasis on fine writing and original thought, Harper’s provides readers with a unique perspective on politics, society, the environment, and culture.
Host the perfect party.
Feast by Lukas is a digital food quarterly written and photographed by Lukas Volger. Each issue presents readers with a seasonal vegetarian feast—starters, sides, mains, cocktails, desserts, and more—as well as lush photography and an introductory essay.
"...Which brings us to a discovery that some small online-only publishers have made recently: Yes, the Internet is an all-you-can-read buffet with no price tag on most of the stuff, but it turns out that people will happily pay for a nicely curated package of otherwise free stuff, especially if it looks nice and is easy to carry around. And as it becomes harder to support a business only by display advertising, with its ever-dropping value, publishers are urgently looking for other revenue streams.”
"...the magazine will allow ProPublica to be a little more timely, while also being thematic around issues that are important to readers. ”
"The Midtown-based company promises to take the technical wizardry out of app making, easing the pathway to subscription revenue for those with eager — if nonpaying — online audiences. 29th Street helps its clients, drawn largely from New York City’s deep ranks of freelance writers and independent editors, develop and maintain simple apps for serialized content. The staff also provides gentle nudges to get new editions out on time."
We are beyond excited to launch the Harper's Magazine app today. The app combines the 163-year design and editorial legacy of the magazine with our modern app platform. As of today, subscribers to Harper's can receive new issues on their iOS devices, with Android soon to follow. App subscribers will receive access to the magazine's archive on Harpers.org, as well as print copies of the magazine. Please download the app and let us know what you think...
The Classical is a monthly sports magazine that's "not here to tell you who won the game, who is going to win the game, or why they won the game." Instead, their wide-ranging longform takes on "every corner of life that sports illuminates" and is winning over fans and subscribers with articles like those in the latest issue, "Talking Sports." Editor Pete Beatty told us more about what they've set out to do, and how they're achieving it. ..
Today we're announcing the launch of the Emily Books Reader. Two years ago Ruth Curry and Emily Gould imagined a new way to share the books they loved with their subscribers and customers, and they built a storefront for their users to download epub and mobi files to their e-readers of choice. As told recently to The Toast, Emily Books' first book was out of print, so they were able to procure rights to an e-only edition. Yes, they were focused on e-books, but that's because it was the easiest way for Emily and Ruth to solve the problem in front of them: great and important books were being overlooked...