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http://www.nthposition.com/

An eclectic mix of political analysis and strong opinion, art and music reviews, fiction, poetry, and much high weirdness. According to its editor: "we're no better or worse than any other site, and we have no particular editorial policy apart from a strong preference for good, interesting writing."

http://www.391.org/

Dada magazine founded in 1917, now engineering post-dadaist viral mindshare.

http://www.artvilla.com/

The rules are simple. This e-zine welcomes submissions about poetry, music, art, cats, and dogs.

http://www.artsjournal.com/

Daily arts news from more than 100 newspapers, magazines and e-publications.

http://www.artsandopinion.com/

Aims to give greater exposure to undervalued and under appreciated deserving men and women in the arts.

http://oz-artfocus.com/

An Australian free monthly arts e-mailed magazine of visual arts. Contributions are invited.

http://www.sideroad.com/

A now defunct free e-mail e-zine by Todd Kuipers which provided reviews and summaries of other newsletters. Archive of previous reviews is still available.

http://www.mungbeing.com/

Online magazine of literature, visual arts and ideas.

http://www.the-vu.com/

Monthly online magazine with sections on art, transportation, health, self, Earth, and travel.

http://www.bhag.net/

A e-zine of visual and conceptual exchange, this site covers philosophy, visual art, literary, and shared life experiences.

http://intrepidmedia.com/

Portal and podium for creative people; writers, musicians, graphic artists, publishers, or producers.

http://www.ishmaelreedpub.com/

Pre-eminent African American literary figure, Ishmael Reed, lends his name to two e-zines features many different authors of science fiction, poems, and articles.

http://www.artbabyart.com/

Online art and artist magazine. "Art for the new Millennium."

http://www.theimproper.com/

A Manhattan-based arts and entertainment publication.

http://www.thescreamonline.com/

Quarterly e-zine for art, photography, and a diverse range of literature spanning poetry, short stories, essays, humor, and commentaries. Derived its name from Edvard Munch's painting The Scream.

http://www.shakefire.com/

Movie and music reviews, interviews, news and contests.

http://www.scribeweekly.com/

Film, television and music reviews. Three day UK weather forecast, recipes and travel features.

http://ducts.org/

An elegant webzine of art, humor, and criticism featuring essays, memoirs, fiction, humor, relationship advice, photography, and music.

http://www.think-magazine.com/

A magazine about music, art, fashion and modern urban culture, with an eye to covering interesting new trends

http://www.artcult.fr/

Dedicated to art and its international market, over 11,000 pages of news, biographies, analyses, comments and features in English and French

http://gallerie.net/

Semiannual of the visual arts, music, photography, theatre and other performing arts, and travel. Includes abstracts and extracts from current and archived issues.

http://nmsantos.com/

A quarterly focusing on Hispanic art and culture in the American Southwest. Contents of back issues, event calendar, discussion of travelling exhibit.

http://www.frieze.com/

Contemporary art, literature, and architecture. Includes the Frieze 100 - the hundred best shows around the world, artists' projects, a German language area, news and reviews.

http://www.theartnewspaper.com/

News of events in and affecting the world of visual arts. A network of five print papers with separate editorial offices in London, New York, Turin, Paris, Madrid and Athens. Full articles, forum, and art-related employment advertising.

http://www.riksha.com/

Dedicated to promoting artistic and literary works by and about Asian Americans. Articles, gallery, and news.

http://www.cakewalkmag.com/

Art, music, film, and sometimes the natural sciences. Contents of current and past issues.

http://www.foundmagazine.com/

Photographs of found objects. Images and RealAudio samples, and they accept actual found objects by mail.

http://www.artforum.com/

News and critiques of exhibitions in the visual arts, with a contemporary focus. Includes world news, critics' picks, live symposia, interviews, archives, event calendar, and links to related sites.

http://www.artisspectrum.com/

New York-based publication in collaboration with Agora Gallery. Provides listings and reviews of current exhibitions.

http://www.h2so4.net/

A magazine dedicated to provoking thought on politics and philosophy, art and love. Sample articles from the print version, orders for subscriptions and single issues, and submission information.