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- Recommended Reading: Home of the marvelous ongoing fiction series run by Electric Literature.
- Words Without Borders: Spreading the gospel of international and translated literature one Tumblr post at a time.
- Tin House: You (should) know the magazine. Now you should know their blog.
- VQR: The brand new companion to the invaluable source for great long-form and narrative journalism.
- n+1: They recently decided to kill off their Personals blog, so perhaps this one will become more active.
- New York Review of Books: Need I introduce them? Also, not to be missed, check out the NYRB Classics blog, A Different Stripe.
- Granta: Follow these guys for updates on the magazine’s new releases and competitions.
- Guernica: Hey, you’re spilling your art into my politics!
- Full Stop: Who else would recommend Errol Flynn’s memoir, posit an alternate Olympics Opening Ceremony, and then review the work of Victor Serge?
- Vol. 1 Brooklyn: As their banner says, “If you’re smart, you’ll like us.”
- Rusty Toque: An online literary and arts journal backed by Ontario’s Western University.
- Book Riot: How can you help loving the kind of people who reblog photos of Faulkner’soeuvre alongside galleries of literary tattoos?
- Berfrois: Some highbrow curiosities for that eager, eager brain of yours.
- Literalab: Dispatches from Central and Eastern Europe, which as anybody who knows me knows to be my favorite parts of Europe.
- Triple Canopy: The online magazine embraces yet another means of communicating.
- fwriction review: Finally an honest banner: “specializing in work that melts faces and rocks waffles.” (See also: fwriction)
- Little Brother: The latest project from Emily M. Keeler.
- Asymptote: Dedicated to works in translation and world literature.
- Glitterwolf Magazine: Devoted to highlighting UK writers and writers from LGBT communities.
- The Essayist: Aggregated long-form writing from all over the place.
Well, now you know where to go when you feel like reading. Other lists are in there as well. Check them out.