American Scholar Books is the venerable but lively quarterly magazine of public affairs, literature, science, history, and culture published by the Phi Beta Kappa Society since 1932.
The Atlantic founded in 1857, The Atlantic Monthly is one of the country’s oldest and most trusted periodicals for book reviews and news about the publishing industry; back-catalogue now available online for day-, month- or year-long periods at ascending rates
Australian Literary Review The Australian is this country’s only national broadsheet newspaper; the editorial values focus on leading and shaping public opinion on the issues that affect Australia, its residents and the Australian business environment
Australian Book Review is Australia’s oldest and premier literary review. (ABR) publishes reviews, essays, commentaries and creative writing. It is committed to highlighting the full range of critical and creative writing from around Australia. Its primary aims are several: to foster high critical standards; to provide an outlet for fine new writing; and to contribute to the preservation of liteary values and a full appreciation of Australia’s literary heritage.
B&N Review The Barnes & Noble Review is an online publication that brings readers smart and useful appraisals of books, music, and DVDs, as well as essays, interviews, and other features. It accommodates many voices, publishing exclusive material from a wide range of established critics, reviewers, and columnists.
Book Beast curated to avoid information overload, the site is dedicated to breaking news and sharp commentary; later merged with Newsweek Magazine, bringing together the warp speed 24/7 website with the depth, analysis, and investigative power of a great print magazine.
Books & Culture is a bimonthly review that engages the contemporary world from a Christian perspective; every issue contains in-depth reviews of books that merit critical attention, as well as shorter notices of significant new titles; while the magazine’s center is Christian, they seek common ground with like-minded souls from other communities of faith.
BookForum a subsidiary of ArtForum, BookForum has been publishing since 1994; explore the archive for book reviews in full text
Boston Globe Books The Boston Globe is New England’s leading newspaper
Chronicle Review is the No. 1 source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators
Claremont Review of Books offers bold arguments for a reinvigorated conservatism, which draws upon the timeless principles of the American Founding and applies them to the moral and political problems we face today. By engaging policy at the level of ideas, the CRB aims to reawaken in American politics a statesmanship and citizenship worthy of our noblest political traditions
Complete Review designed to provide you with as much information as possible about a wide variety of books, taking advantage of the large amount of information available on the internet, providing you with basic information about the book, our review and recommendation/warning, a summary of media reviews, links to reviews available, links to other relevant sites, suggestions as to similar books which might be of interest and basic information about the author.
Christian Science Monitor Books is an international news organization that delivers thoughtful, global coverage; The CS Monitor is global, both in practice and in spirit. In an era when the mainstream media has narrowed its lens, we’re convinced readers yearn for the opposite. This global perspective comes naturally; their mission: “To injure no man, but to bless all mankind.”
Denver Post book news, reviews, novel excerpts, best-seller lists, bios, interviews and essays
Dublin Review ”The Dublin Review of Books is a free quarterly online journal whose main object is the publication of clear and informative essays based on recently published books. Articles are normally 3,000 – 7,000 words. In giving writers the space to develop and elaborate a full argument, the drb moves beyond the limitations normally faced by reviewers in newspapers and magazines. While the journal is Irish in its core perspective, an interest in the literature, history and culture of Europe and the wider world also characterizes its pages.”
Economist Books The Economist online offers authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science and technology; publishes all articles from The Economist print edition (including those printed only in British copies)
Financial Times Books one of the world’s leading business news and information organisations, recognised for our authority, integrity and accuracy; provides a broad range of essential services to the growing audience of internationally minded business people
Globe & Mail Books lets you experience Canada’s deepest coverage of national, international, business, and lifestyle news.
Guardian Books is the online home of all the Guardian‘s literary coverage, including news, interviews, reviews, audio, video and original writing from the most exciting authors around the world; also a place for readers to talk about literature with us, to review and star-rate the books they’ve read, and to compile and share lists of their favorites; by marrying the Guardian‘s and the Observer‘s books coverage with our readers’, our aim is to create the internet’s first genuinely mutual and inclusive books website, and to spark a conversation which will inspire us all to find new ways of exploring the best of the literary world.
The Hindu Books from the online edition of India’s National Newspaper. The Hindu‘s independent editorial stand and its reliable and balanced presentation of the news have over the years, won for it the serious attention and regard of the people who matter in India and abroad
Independent Books news, reviews and features about current books; one nice feature: every article accessed has links to related articles in the periodical’s archives
January Magazine ”We didn’t try to boil our reviews down to bite-sized bits so small that their meaning became lost. Instead of embracing the idea that, in the digital age, readers had suddenly developed the attention spans of underdeveloped hamsters, we went the other way. We understood — and still understand — that our readers are intelligent people who care about books and the people who make them. In fact, we knew they were so intelligent that they were perfectly capable of making decisions about how much of anything we published they wanted to read.”
Jewish Review of Books is a quarterly publication for serious readers with Jewish interests; in its pages, leading writers and scholars discuss the newest books and ideas about religion, literature, culture, and politics, as well as fiction, poetry, and the arts; committed to the ideal of the thoughtful essay that illuminates as it entertains
Literary Review was created as a lively, intelligent literary magazine for people who love reading, but hate academic and intellectual jargon; the magazine is recognised as being intelligent, informative, and witty. It attracts the best writers in the country, many of them experts in their fields
London Review each issue contains up to 15 long reviews and essays by academics, writers and journalists; also shorter art and film reviews, as well as poems and a lively letters page; a typical issue moves through political commentary to science or ancient history by way of literary criticism and social anthropology
Los Angeles Times The Los Angeles Times Media Group (LATMG) businesses and affiliates include the Los Angeles Times, The Envelope, Times Community News, LA, Los Angeles Times Magazine and Hoy Los Angeles and reaches approximately 5.1 million or 38% of all adults in the Southern California marketplace.
Los Angeles Review of Books ”Since the 19th century writers have bridled at New York’s seeming monopoly over publication and who felt excluded from the literary conversation, and writers and readers in a thousand places — including even New York — have called for a more representative literary world. The internet has started to bring this to fruition. Perhaps there is no center anymore, but Los Angeles, a global city with a global reach, speaking over 100 languages and sending its music, literature and film to every corner of the globe, isn’t a bad candidate for it.”
Melbourne Age When The Age was first published in 1854, its founding fathers had a vision of bringing world-class news to the people of Victoria. Today, the newspaper’s coverage is not only world-class, but through theage.com.au and sites such as nationaltimes.com.au, it is now accessible to the world.
Metapsychology features in-depth reviews of a wide range of books written by our reviewers from many backgrounds and perspectives; updates their front page frequently and add more than forty new reviews each month
n+1 Books is a print magazine of politics, literature, and culture published three times yearly. It is available in bookstores everywhere and by subscription. The website is updated with new, usually web-only content several times each week.
The Nation Books will not be the organ of any party, sect, or body. It will, on the contrary, make an earnest effort to bring to the discussion of political and social questions a really critical spirit, and to wage war upon the vices of violence, exaggeration, and misrepresentation by which so much of the political writing of the day is marred.
New Haven Review ”The NHR was founded to resuscitate the art of the book review and draw attention to Greater New Haven-area writers. We aim always to run exceptional book reviews and to have some content about Greater New Haven or written by contributors from Greater New Haven. But we mainly aim to publish good writing; the essays, reviews, fiction, poetry, and art that we publish can originate anywhere. We publish in print and on the web. Our print edition comes out twice a year or so. Our website will have new content as often as we can swing it.”
New Republic: The Book headquartered in Washington, DC, The New Republic was founded in 1914; reviews books in the categories of art, children’s, fiction, film, food, history, music, politics and sports (among others)
New Statesman Books ”The New Statesman was created in 1913 in the UK with the aim of permeating the educated and influential classes with socialist ideas. Its founders were Sidney and Beatrice Webb (later Lord and Lady Passfield), along with Bernard Shaw, and a small but influential group of Fabians. New Statesman online and weekly magazine further the original aims of Beatrice and Sidney Webb. Irreverent, beautifully written and witty, the New Statesman remains the essential read for bright thinkers everywhere.”
New York Review ”The NYR has established itself, in Esquire‘s words, as “the premier literary-intellectual magazine in the English language.” It began life as an independent editorial voice and it remains independent today. It is the journal where the most important issues are discussed by writers who are themselves a major force in world literature and thought.
NY Times Books Sunday Book Review
New Yorker Book Blog legendary magazine offers a blog on the latest-breaking publishing releases; emphasis on the quirky, odd and fun
Newsday Books emphasis on best-sellers, trade paperbacks and pop culture books
Open Letters Monthly is dedicated to the proposition that no writing which reviews the arts should be boring, back-patting, soft-pedaling, or personally compromised. You’ll find engaged, enthusiastic criticism and commentary displaying our passion for art across a broad spectrum of forms. You’ll find opinions based on our belief that there’s no room in the world for either pretension or pandering, and that the lions of art can fall flat just as great works can emerge from previously unknown corners.
Philly Inquirer Books founded in 1829, The Philadephia Inquirer is the 3rd oldest American daily newspaper; online book section viewable only with a subscription; many subscription bundles include an archive of back-issues
Salon Books modest in approach; chatty in style; features one book article at a time
SF Chronicle Books online book section published every Sunday by this notable San Francisco newspaper; features, interviews, recommendations and a dozen or so book reviews per issue; searchable back-catalogue that goes back 6 months
Scotsman Books The Scotsman is firmly established as a quality daily Scottish newspaper, which continues to provide the Scottish market with quality reporting that attains loyalty and respect. Readers can expect authoritative news from Scotland, the UK and beyond, with focus on analysis, and the issues behind the news.
Slate Books ”Slate is a daily magazine on the Web. We are a general-interest publication offering analysis and commentary about politics, news, business, technology, and culture. Slate‘s strong editorial voice and witty take on current events have been recognized with numerous awards, including the National Magazine Award for General Excellence Online.”
Spectator Books conservative, high-brow British magazine; reviews, a blog, book of the month and selected classic pieces from its 180+ year back-catalogue
spiked review of books ”spiked is an independent online phenomenon dedicated to raising the horizons of humanity by waging a culture war of words against misanthropy, priggishness, prejudice, luddism, illiberalism and irrationalism in all their ancient and modern forms; spiked is endorsed by free-thinkers such as John Stuart Mill and Karl Marx, and hated by the narrow-minded such as Torquemada and Stalin … or it would be, if they were lucky enough to be around to read it.”
Tablet Books Tablet is a new read on Jewish life; beautiful and easy to navigate website; the Books section features noteworthy new releases that address Jewish concerns
Telegraph Books founded in 1855 as The Daily Telegraph; conservative British newspaper; online version averages more than one book review per day; also features a short story club for sharpening one’s fiction writing skills and streaming videos about literary news and interviews
Times Higher Ed Books helpful reviews of new release textbooks on a variety of subjects
The TLS is the only literary weekly – in fact the only journal – to offer comprehensive coverage not just of the latest and most important publications, in every subject, in several languages – but also current theatre, opera, exhibitions and film
University Bookman aims to redeem the time by identifying and discussing those books that diagnose the modern age and support the renewal of culture and the common good; currently published only online, the Bookman continues its mission of examining our times through the prism of the “Permanent Things”
Village Voice Greenwich Village free newspaper founded in 1955 by Norman Mailer and others; focuses on the hip, alternative and contemporary, with a particular emphasis on music and film; book section contains features such as “The Best Books of 2011;” searchable archive of past articles
Washington Post founded in 1877; famous for Woodward and Bernstein’s investigation of the Watergate scandal in the early 1970s; liberal slant; emphasis on books with political themes; features reviews, best-of lists, a literary calendar of events and a book timeline of recent history
Washington Times founded in 1982 by Unification Church founder Sun Myung Moon; seen as a second and politically conservative counterpoint to the liberal Post in the D.C. journalism market; book reviews stress a pro-Israeli, anti-Islam and sympathetic to Christianity stance
WSJ Books The Wall Street Journal is not merely a financial newspaper; publishes 50 book reviews per month in all genres; year-end literary wrap-ups; best-of lists
Wilson Quarterly founded in 1976 and named after Woodrow Wilson; a nonpartisan and nonideological window on the world of ideas; book section features scholarly, thoughtful and compassionate reviews of contemporary fiction and non-fiction
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