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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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He continued to write poetry for the film industry and he also published a literary magazine. Most of his poems have been lost and unpublished.
The British Library, the UK's national library and one of the world's greatest research libraries, announced on Monday that it has acquired the archive of Granta, a UK literary magazine that was relaunched 40 years ago.
Thursday, April 11, in Room A013, the "Willow Review" literary magazine will hold a reading and reception in Room A013.
Shafiq-ur-Rehman started writing as a school student, and his stories were first published in a monthly literary magazine. He received his MBBS from King Edward Medical College in Lahore, and his post-grad from Edinburgh, before joining the Indian Army Medical Corps.
He wrote about 50 books on poetry, journalism, fiction and art and was an editor and publisher of a literary magazine 'Funoon' and newspaper editor for 'Imroze' as well.
The Government College University Lahore Quaid e Azam Hostel (GCU-QAH) has launched a literary magazine 'The Quaid' at its silver jubilee celebrations.
Also in attendance will be representatives of the Las Vegas Calligraphy Group, the Helen Literary Magazine and the Petit Hound Literary Magazine.
This anthology is a compilation of works by new Chinese writers, collected by the innovative literary magazine Chutzpah!
The court also ordered the editor-in-chief of Egypt's top literary magazine, Tarek el-Taher, to pay a 10,000-Egyptian pound ($1,277) fine for publishing the excerpt, according to Othman.
It may not be the first literary magazine ever produced, but this one differs from the rest, as it concentrates solely on postgraduate students' work - and gives wannabe critics the chance to make a name for themselves.
New Palestinian literature examines exile, memory and nostalgia A quick look at some of the new voices of Palestinian literature currently featured in the literary magazine Words Without Borders.