Based on the idea that fiction is an international movement supported by local communities Joyland is a literary magazine that selects stories regionally. Our editors work with authors connected to locales across North America, including New York, Los Angeles, and Toronto as well as places underrepresented in cultural media.
Since 2008 we’ve featured work from National Book Critics Circle winner Jonathan Lethem, Pulitzer finalist Lydia Millet, PEN/Faulkner finalist Amelia Gray, Giller Prize shortlisted author Marina Endicott and Giller winner Lynn Coady, Plimpton Prize winner Ottessa Moshfegh, Guggenheim Fellows Lynne Tillman and Terese Svoboda, Lambda Award winner Zoe Whittall, and Believer Book Award winners Tamara Faith Berger and Sesshu Foster. Several of our stories have been included as Notables in Best American Short Stories and published in the Journey Prize Anthology. We've also been the first publisher of many amazing, emerging writers.
New content appears weekly and we go into print twice yearly with Retro.
Founders Brian J Davis, Emily Schultz
Publishers Lisa Locascio, Kyle Lucia Wu
Submissions Editor Michelle Lyn King
Senior Editors Kyle Lucia Wu, Rebekah Bergman, Emily Schultz (New York), Kara Levy (San Francisco) Lisa Locascio (Los Angeles) David McGimpsey (Montreal & Atlantic) Kathryn Mockler (Toronto) Bryan Hurt (Midwest) Carleigh Baker (Vancouver) JD Scott (The South)
CTO Brian J Davis
Web Developer Ross Merriam
Illustrations Carolyn TrippCONTACT
For general queries about Joyland: Lisa Locascio & Kyle Lucia Wu email@example.com
For technical issues, advertising, and brand strategies: Brian J Davis firstname.lastname@example.org
Joyland is supported by sales of our print journal Retro, as well as international grants and our "Joyland Citizen" donors.
Steve De Jarnatt
Emily St. John Mandel
Kam RaoAll work on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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