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-A '''literary magazine''' is a [[periodical]] devoted to [[literature]] in a broad sense. Literary magazines usually publish [[short stories]], [[poetry]] and [[essay]]s along with [[literary criticism]], [[book review]]s, biographical profiles of [[author]]s, [[interview]]s and letters. Literary magazines are often called '''literary journals''', or '''little magazines,''' which is not meant as a [[pejorative]] but instead as a contrast with larger commercially oriented [[magazines]]. In general, literary magazines function as a sort of literary alternative for writers by publishing the work of people who may not yet be established or accepted in the mainstream press. {{GFDL}}+A '''literary magazine''' is a [[periodical]] devoted to [[literature]] in a broad sense. Literary magazines usually publish [[short stories]], [[poetry]] and [[essay]]s along with [[literary criticism]], [[book review]]s, biographical profiles of [[author]]s, [[interview]]s and letters. Literary magazines are often called '''literary journals''', or '''little magazines,''' which is not meant as a [[pejorative]] but instead as a contrast with larger commercially oriented [[magazines]]. In general, literary magazines function as a sort of literary alternative for writers by publishing the work of people who may not yet be established or accepted in the mainstream press.
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A literary magazine is a periodical devoted to literature in a broad sense. Literary magazines usually publish short stories, poetry and essays along with literary criticism, book reviews, biographical profiles of authors, interviews and letters. Literary magazines are often called literary journals, or little magazines, which is not meant as a pejorative but instead as a contrast with larger commercially oriented magazines. In general, literary magazines function as a sort of literary alternative for writers by publishing the work of people who may not yet be established or accepted in the mainstream press.

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