Digital Americana :: NewPages Guide to Literary Magazines
About Digital Americana: We publish Americana—stories, poetry, & prose that possess a modern American quality. Our acclaimed interactive-magazine is made for the iPad, iPhone, and in print.
Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: no Online submissions: yes (see website) Reading period: year-round Response time: Up to 4 Months Payment: no Contests: yes (see website) ISSN: 2324-7495 Founded: 2010 Issues per year: 3 Copy price: .$0.99 Average pages: 80 Subscription (ind/inst) 1 year: $1.99
Publisher’s description: We publish modern Americana in the form of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, interview, art, & criticism. Digital Americana was the first literary magazine made for the iPad and is now also available on the iPhone and in print.
Our acclaimed iPad app features a custom redaction tool that enables readers to generate their own erasure poetry instantly. We seek to continually mix the literary arts and American culture with a state-of-the-art publishing mindset.
We encourage contributions from emerging and practiced writers, but mostly we are looking for material that will continue an ongoing dialogue—one that discusses & defines a modern American perspective, theme, or experience. We define what digital Americana is, seasonally.
“Digital Americana is living up to its name; it is redefining literary magazines in the digital world and ever enhancing the reading experience . . . With so many online magazines cropping up daily, it is hard to see which ones will survive. But with the places Digital Americana is headed, I think it’ll be around for a while, paving new ways for us to experience literature, new ways to carry it with us wherever we go, new ways to react to it and redact to it.” -Newpages
Winter Ends—2013, the latest from Digital Americana, features original cover designs by contemporary artist Robert Farkas, our first inclusion of a spoken word piece (“A Long Walk Through Belmont” by Lisa Mecham), a self-interview by Lauren Groff, a selection of outstanding fiction & poetry, and more . . .
last updated 4/1/2013