The Barcelona Review is a trilingual (English, Spanish, Catalan) webzine containing high quality modern short fiction.
Poesia.com is a 3-monthly digest of Argentine and Latin American poetry that includes unpublished poems, soon to be published poetry books and complete versions of out-of-print and hard to get books. // Es trimestre y está dedicado a la poesía argentina y latinoamericana; contiene poemas inéditas, anticipación de textos de próxima publicación o de difícil acceso.
Info 3 is a multi-lingual (German, English, French) look at Anthroposophy Today. The print version monthly is in German only.
|Some Print Magazines with Web-sites We Like
E is chock full of
everything the budding environmentalist needs to know, from "rainforests
to recycling" and from the "personal to the political."
Earth Island Journal
by David Brower's Earth Island Institute, Earth Island Journal "is
unparalleled in its ability to illuminate ecological dimensions of
contemporary science, politics and culture," says Utne Reader.
international non-partisan environment and development newspaper.
explores the relationship of nature and religion, science and the
sacred, cosmology and community.
Mother Jones is a progressive, bimonthly magazine is known
for its investigative journalism and exposes, and its coverage of social
issues, public affairs, and popular culture.
International forum for ecological and spiritual thinking.
Hill, NC, this unique magazine publishes photos, essays, stories,
interviews, and poems.
Terrain: A Journal of the
Built & Natural Environments is a quarterly online journal
publishing editorials, poetry, essays, fiction, articles, artwork, case
studies, reviews, and much more.
Founded in 1991,
Tricycle is a non-profit quarterly magazine with an educational charter
to spread the dharma.
Terrain: Reflective Environmental Practice
This journal is
dedicated to the experiences of those who have chosen the environment as
the basis of their professional work.
quarterly journal focused on wilderness and biodiversity
Yes: A Journal of
Yes! is published quarterly by Positive Futures
Network, an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to
sustainability research and education.