Move over history magazines—The Writer’s Chronicle has arrived!

Six weeks ago, Barnes & Noble tried to convince me they’d never carried The Writer’s Chronicle, even though I’d purchased every issue from them over the past year. I stopped by B & N several times since, only to find history magazines overflowing into the literary section. Don’t get me wrong, I love history, but they were in the wrong neighborhood.

The Writer’s Chronicle underwent a face-lift of sorts beginning with the September issue. The size and feel of the magazine is the first thing one notices, but the content is most impressive. It touches on different genres throughout, but I feel there’s more emphasis on poetry. No complaints here!

“Now in its forty-fourth year, The Writer’s Chronicle, published six times a year, presents essays, articles, news, & information designed to enlighten, inform, & entertain writers, editors, students, & teachers of writing.” –AWP