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Welcome IMIESA, which focuses on infrastructure development for engineers, Water & Sanitation, in-depth coverage of our precious water resource, Transport World Africa - the latest in transport and logistics, Resource, dedicated to integrated resource management and MEETINGS, your conference guide.The Review remains committed to commenting on the temper of the times in prose and story while the balance between literary and social matters continues to evolve.is a unique literary magazine featuring short stories, essays, and poems that examine human existence through the prism of health and healing, illness and disease.The Point, Notre Dame Magazine, Transition, and Prism received a lot of attention, and they’re also ones that are not likely to be on your radar, so pay attention: they’re publishing good stuff, and being recognized for it.Don’t be too overwhelmed by the numerical place of each of these journals: the number doesn’t necessarily denote quality, it just means that the leaders in the industry (as represented by the guest editors of Best American Essays) have consistently labeled essays from that journal as being top notch. What is fantastic for the journal editor might not be an interesting read for you, and might also not be a good fit for the type of nonfiction you’ve written.Some differences between this ranking and my Best American Short Stories ranking: the fiction list concentrates on the top journals, while this literary nonfiction one is much more democratic, spreading the wealth of mentions and publications across a far broader span of publications. It could be because the Best American Essays lists far more special mentions than the Best American Stories, letting them highlight lesser known publications.(If you’re into travel writing, please check out my Best Travel Writing Markets list).We are interested in deep explorations, timelessness, and challenging conventional thinking without being cheap and lazy.What we love and want: cultural criticism; thoughtful, clever and beautiful personal essays; short fiction; original artwork and photography.We publish work that’s bizarre, authentic, subtle, outrageous, indefinable, raw, paradoxical. Send us writing that lives between the land and the sky.a distinguished literary journal founded in 1941, publishes essays, fiction, poetry, and book reviews penned by emerging and eminent authors.