Home Page Fiction and Poetry
Essays and Reviews
Art and Style
World and Politics


The World's Best Magazines

Hudson Review

Founded in 1947, The Hudson Review is a quarterly magazine of literature and the arts published in New York City. Since its beginning, the magazine has dealt with the area where literature bears on the intellectual life of the time and on diverse aspects of American culture. It has no university affiliation and is not committed to any narrow academic aim or to any particular political perspective. The magazine serves as a major forum for the work of new writers and for the exploration of new developments in literature and the arts.

Bimonthly review of notable humanities projects.
In Character seeks to illuminate the nature and power of the everyday virtues - and how these virtues shape our vision of the good life.
The Independent Institute's research program includes six centers to further the Institute's scholarly and educational mission, each of which adheres to the highest peer-review standards and excellent publishing and high visibility media/communications practices.
Life. Culture. Style. Intelligent Life is a quarterly magazine from The Economist . With its spirited writing and evocative photography, Intelligent Life is food for the brain and a feast for the eyes.
In These Times is dedicated to reporting the news with the highest journalistic standards; to informing and analyzing movements for social, environmental and economic justice; and to providing an accessible forum for debate about the policies that shape our future.
Le Monde diplomatique, originally published in French, has editions in 25 other languages.
The Liberal magazine is dedicated to a renaissance in liberal politics and the liberal arts. First founded in 1822 by the Romantic poets Percy Shelley, Lord Byron and Leigh Hunt, The Liberal seeks to regenerate liberalism and reinvigorate the public sphere. Alongside reportage and political and economic analysis, we publish philosophical essays, poetry, music scores, photography and short fiction from around the world.
The London Review of Books has been dedicated to carrying on the tradition of the English essay. In this respect, it is not very different from one of the great 19th-century periodicals. It gives its contributors the space and freedom to develop their ideas at length and in depth.
Maclean's is Canadian national weekly current affairs magazine. Maclean's enlightens, engages, and entertains 2.8 million readers with strong investigative reporting and exclusive stories from leading journalists in the fields of international affairs, social issues, national politics, business and culture.
Founded in 2009, The Montreal Review is an independent, nonpartisan online magazine of ideas. The magazine publishes short stories, poetry, non-fiction, book reviews and interviews on politics, society, the environment, and culture.

Launched in 1976 and published six times per year, Mother Jones magazine is a leading thought-leader publication; circulation has increased more than 70 percent in the last decade. Mother Jones investigates environmental, social, political, and cultural issues. MoJo has received numerous national awards, including the 2008 National Magazine Award (NMA) for General Excellence.

When Ms. was launched as a "one-shot" sample insert in New York Magazine in December 1971, few realized it would become the landmark institution in both women's rights and American journalism that it is today.
"The Nation will not be the organ of any party, sect, or body. It will, on the contrary, make an earnest effort to bring to the discussion of political and social questions a really critical spirit, and to wage war upon the vices of violence, exaggeration, and misrepresentation by which so much of the political writing of the day is marred." -- from The Nation 's founding prospectus, 1865
National Journal Group is the leading source of nonpartisan reporting on the current political environment and emerging policy trends.
National Review and NRO are America's most widely read and influential magazine and web site for Republican/conservative news, commentary, and opinion. Both magazine and web site are the benchmark vehicles for reaching those Republicans/conservatives who shape opinion on the important issues, and both reach an affluent, educated, and highly responsive audience of corporate and government leaders, the financial elite, educators, journalists, community and association leaders, as well as engaged activists all across America.
he New Atlantis is an effort to clarify the nation's moral and political understanding of all areas of technology-from stem cells to hydrogen cells to weapons of mass destruction. We hope to make sense of the larger questions surrounding technology and human nature, and the practical questions of governing and regulating science-especially where the moral stakes are high and the political divides are deep.
A monthly review of the arts and intellectual life, The New Criterion began as an experiment in critical audacity-a publication devoted to engaging, in Matthew Arnold's famous phrase, with "the best that has been thought and said." This also meant engaging with those forces dedicated to traducing genuine cultural and intellectual achievement, whether through obfuscation, politicization, or a commitment to nihilistic absurdity. We are proud that The New Criterion has been in the forefront both of championing what is best and most humanely vital in our cultural inheritance and in exposing what is mendacious, corrosive, and spurious.
A monthly political/cultural magazine with a literary slant.
Published every two months from London, the 160-page journal carries articles, interviews, topical comments and book reviews.
The New Republic covers issues before they hit the mainstream, from energy to the environment, from foreign to fiscal policy. By publishing the best writing from a variety of viewpoints -- including those from arts and culture, with literary criticism that sets the standard in the academy and among general readers alike -- The New Republic continues to be America's best and most influential journal of opinion.
New Scientist magazine was launched in 1956 "for all those men and women who are interested in scientific discovery, and in its industrial, commercial and social consequences". The brand's mission is no different today - for its consumers, New Scientist reports, explores and interprets the results of human endeavour set in the context of society and culture.
The New Statesman was created in 1913 with the aim of permeating the educated and influential classes with socialist ideas. From the first issue, the magazine's tone of didactic and brisk common sense was set. Whether in pointing out that the weak are not always and automatically the virtuous in international politics, or advocating the advance booking of all theatre seats, the note was one of brass-tacks and no nonsense - in contrast with the high moral tone of the rival Nation.

New York Magazine covers, analyzes, comments on and defines the news, culture, entertainment, lifestyle, fashion and personalities that drive New York City.

The New York Observer , founded by Arthur L. Carter in 1987, is the weekly newspaper of New York.
The New York Press has remained true to its identity, an alternative to the established weeklies, with a clear sense of independence and identity, committed to the cause of narrative journalism at its best. The Press not only covers controversial issues and tackles edgy topics, it also tells stories of people and institutions with a point of view. With thorough coverage of New York's cultural life and columns devoted to sex and politics and cutting-edge cartoons that have helped define the Press' visual appeal, the New York Press cuts through the thicket of newsprint to present a view of New York unlike any other available.
The New York Times Magazine is a supplement to the Sunday The New York Times newspaper. It is host to feature articles longer than those typically included in the newspaper, and attracts many notable contributors. The magazine is also noted for its photography, especially relating to fashion and style.
The New Yorker is an American magazine that publishes reportage, commentary, criticism, essays, fiction, satire, cartoons, and poetry.
Newsweek offers comprehensive coverage of world events with a global network of correspondents, reporters and editors covering national and international affairs, business, science and technology, society and the arts and entertainment. Newsweek also features respected commentators.
Parameters is a refereed journal of ideas and issues. It provides a forum for mature thought on the art and science of land warfare, joint and combined matters, national and international security affairs, military strategy, military leadership and management, military history, ethics, and other topics of significant and current interest to the US Army and the Department of Defense. It serves as a vehicle for continuing the education and professional development of graduates of the US Army War College (USAWC) and other senior military officers, as well as members of government and academia concerned with national security affairs. 

Submissions Guide
Letters to the Editor

All featured book titles
home | past issues | world & politics | essays | art and style | fiction and poetry | links | newsletter
The Montréal Review © 2009 - 2012 T.S. Tsonchev Publishing & Design, Canada. All rights reserved. ISSN 1920-2911
about | contact us | copyright | user agreement | privacy policy