Steve Black, my colleague at the Hellman Library at The College of Saint Rose, writes a column called “the magazine rack” in Library Journal.
This time around, he was assigned to write about literary journals, and invited me along for the ride. Our angle focuses on those journals who have made it past the debut issue stage and look as if they are in it for the long haul.
Journals we cover: Cave Wall, Bateau, 1913: A Journal of Forms, The Lumberyard, Caketrain, Alimentum, Habitus: A Diaspora Review, H.O.W., Chautauqua, Atlas, and G.U.D.: Greatest Uncommon Denominator.
UPDATE: The article is now online on the Library Journal website.