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Online Literary Journals Come of Age: 15 Top Online Journal Editors Speak

We asked editors of some of the oldest online journals, as well as some new ones: What are online literary journals doing that print journals are failing to do?
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After at least a decade of sustained presence, what can we say about the status of journals that promote literature online? We asked editors of some of the oldest online journals, as well as some new ones, these questions: What are online literary journals doing that print journals are failing to do? Have online journals come of age yet? Can you point to specific examples of areas where online literary journals are in a league of their own?

Rebecca Morgan Frank, editor-in-chief, Memorious: A Journal of New Verse and Fiction

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