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Besides being a teacher he is presently serving as honorary editor of literary magazine "Duniya e Adab".
BIO: First published story by a national magazine, but Devlin has published fiction in literary magazines.
When I quit my high-tech jobs 11 years ago to start a literary magazine, I'm not sure if I was brave or at my wit's end.
This year, the literary magazines were judged by Graywolf Press.
Mohr opens with a review of the literary history of Los Angeles in the context of the literary history of the West Coast, then examines the impact of the Cold War on the fist wave of literary magazines based in Los Angeles.
Her short stories have been published widely in literary magazines and anthologies, and she has won several prizes.
Nevertheless, most established literary magazines, out of habit or disinclination, continue to live in print.
A poetry editor said the poets of the past 30 to 40 years, such as Ahmad Shamlou and Forough Farrokhzad, initially published their works in literary magazines and their pieces were subjected to repeated criticism, which improved quality.
RELIEF IS ONE of a handful of literary magazines and independent book publishers that have staked a claim in the publishing borderlands where grit and religious devotion, literary experimentation and spirituality, the quirky and the profound can meet and mingle.
Brown has been published in such noted Canadian literary magazines as The Malahat Review, Prairie Fire, and The Fiddlehead.
Of the forty-two American literary magazines launched between 1900 and 1950 included in Edward Chielens's definitive catalog, only ten remain in print in 2010 (American Literary Magazines: The Twentieth Century).
Things are changing and literary magazines are going to have to change too, to keep especially younger audiences," she says.