I’ve become disenchanted with the whole notion of ranking literary journals, but I don’t want to delete this page entirely and disappoint the many readers who come here daily to discover new literary journals to read and submit to. So instead, I’m radically changing the system. The list below arranges literary journals in order of how many times they’ve had a story or special mention in the last six years (2007 – 2012) in the Best American Short Stories (BASS).
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