The Stack Awards: Best original fiction
Yesterday we introduced you to the shortlisted magazines in the category Best original non-fiction, and today we take a look at our second category focused on writing – Best original fiction.
American Chordata (New York)
A Brooklyn-based newcomer, literary magazine American Chordata publishes fantastic new writers alongside sophisticated design and intriguing visuals.
Crammed with illustration, comics and bold graphics, each issue of Amuseum takes a playful look at the world via a collection of bizarre and beautiful objects.
Berlin Quarterly (Berlin)
Looking outwards from the German capital, Berlin Quarterly mixes in-depth reportage, literature and visual culture in its intricately layered storytelling.
The Eighty-Eight (London)
Curated by jazz-pop singer Jamie Cullum, The Eighty-Eight is a beautifully whimsical magazine that publishes the work of award-winning writers, illustrators and photographers alongside up and coming talent.
A slim journal with strong small press roots, the non-profit literary magazine Firewords combines powerful writing with bold design and illustration.
British literary magazine Structo collects its editors’ favourite new short stories and poetry from all around the world, alongside essays and interviews.
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