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little magazine

n.
A noncommercial, usually literary magazine with a limited circulation.

little magazine

n
(Journalism & Publishing) a literary magazine that features experimental or other writing of interest to a limited number of readers

lit′tle magazine′



n.
a magazine, usu. small in format and of limited circulation, that publishes literary works.
[1895–1900]
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Colin gave me my first gig as a music journalist - writing for a little magazine called Blank, back at the end of the 1990s.
We put out a little magazine, Comment, that provided an outlet for intellectuals and writers some of whom were blacklisted by the McCarthyite witch hunters.
ULRIKE MULLER: THE OLD EXPRESSIONS ARE WITH US ALWAYS AND THERE ARE ALWAYS OTHERS" MUSEUM MODERNER KUNST STIFTUNG LUDWIG WIEN * October 10, 2015--January 31, 2016 * Curated by Manuela Ammer * The title of Ulrike Muller's exhibition derives from the early-twentieth-century little magazine Others, which promoted modern free-verse poetry and was associated with Grantwood, a thriving artistic community of individuals united, as Suzanne Churchill put it, "solely by their difference from any norm.
The Chap-Book, a magazine founded by Harvard undergraduates, was the best known of this type, setting the standard for the type as well as initiating the little magazine movement as a whole.
Out here in the "Real World" the stubby little magazine is good for a single decent burst.
She befriended Alfred Kreymborg, the editor of the experimental little magazine Others, who became her mentor and published the bulk of her pre-1920 poems.
Perhaps the most influential of these journals was Shi'r (Poetry), a modernist quarterly modeled on Harriet Monroe's little magazine of the same name.
Thus Transatlantic Avant-Gardes extends the approach first staked out by Cary Nelson's Repression and Recovery (1989) and enriched by subsequent volumes (including Jayne Marek's Women Editing Modernism, Mark Morrisson's The Public Face of Modernism and Suzanne Churchill's The Little Magazine Others and the Renovation of Modern American Poetry) as well as by the journal Modernist Periodicals, by two invaluable online archives of primary sources (the Modernist Journals Project based in the United States and the Modernist Magazines Project in the United Kingdom) and finally by the ongoing multi-volume series The Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines.
The editor wrote in the last editorial: "Who knows, maybe Challenge will be remembered kindly, as the little magazine that could.
He wound up letting Joyce edit two issues of his little magazine.
In their last email exchange, the Fixer implored her to come to Tokyo with her husband so he could give them a VIP tour; he seemed to have totally forgotten that she woke him in the middle of the night when she first called and demanded urgent information for an obscure little magazine in Sarasota, Fla.