Dada magazine founded in 1917, now engineering post-dadaist viral mindshare.
The rules are simple. This e-zine welcomes submissions about poetry, music, art, cats, and dogs.
Arts & Opinion
Aims to give greater exposure to undervalued and under appreciated deserving men and women in the arts.
Daily arts news from more than 100 newspapers, magazines and e-publications.
Features photography, interviews, fiction, paintings, essays, memoirs, and multi-media.
BBC Online Arts
Includes poetry, digital arts, arts news, and audio biographies from top artists.
European guide to arts and leisure worldwide
A big selection of poetry, web art, prose, and sound ranging from the quirky to the somber.
Art, architecture, music, painting and photography are all represented here.
Portal and podium for creative people; writers, musicians, graphic artists, publishers, or producers.
Ishmael Reed Publications: Konch and Vines
Pre-eminent African American literary figure, Ishmael Reed, lends his name to two e-zines features many different authors of science fiction, poems, and articles.
It's Art Baby! Art!
Online art and artist magazine. "Art for the new Millennium."
Reviews and analysis of film, music and culture. This is the place to find music, buy gear and talk with people who want more from their media.
Online magazine of literature, visual arts and ideas.
An Australian free monthly arts e-mailed magazine of visual arts. Contributions are invited.
Book, film, and music reviews, and interviews.
Resource Library Magazine
Site has information on sponsorships, exhibits, cameos of art collections, biographies of distinguished artists and columnists.
Film, television and music reviews. Three day UK weather forecast, recipes and travel features.
Movie and music reviews, interviews, news and contests.
The Open Road
A now defunct free e-mail e-zine by Todd Kuipers which provided reviews and summaries of other newsletters. Archive of previous reviews is still available.
The Scream Online
Quarterly e-zine for art, photography, and a diverse range of literature spanning poetry, short stories, essays, humor, and commentaries. Derived its name from Edvard Munch's painting The Scream.
Monthly online magazine with sections on art, transportation, health, self, Earth, and travel.
A Manhattan-based arts and entertainment publication.
A magazine about music, art, fashion and modern urban culture, with an eye to covering interesting new trends
Design competitions, interviews and reviews music, design and film.
Turk's Head Review
Running weblog, fiction, poetry, art, reviews of books and music, threads and knots of semantic strings.
A e-zine of visual and conceptual exchange, this site covers philosophy, visual art, literary, and shared life experiences.
An elegant webzine of art, humor, and criticism featuring essays, memoirs, fiction, humor, relationship advice, photography, and music.
An eclectic mix of political analysis and strong opinion, art and music reviews, fiction, poetry, and much high weirdness. According to its editor: "we're no better or worse than any other site, and we have no particular editorial policy apart from a strong preference for good, interesting writing."