B O D Y
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B O D Y is an international online literary magazine publishing new work on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. It publishes short stories, poetry, creative nonfiction, reviews, translations, essays, artworks, photography, performance texts and has been noted for its elegant, intuitive design and for its editorial vision. B O D Y was founded in Prague by Christopher Crawford, Joshua Mensch and Stephan Delbos.
- Jill McDonough
- Daniil Kharms
- Anna Akhmatova
- Laura Kasischke
- Bruce Bond
- Lucy Alibar
- Robert Archambeau (poet)
- Eugenio Montale
- Chard DeNiord
- Rolf Dieter Brinkmann
- Ernest Hilbert
- Justin Quinn
- David Morley
- Alison Brackenbury
- Matthew Olzmann
- Ilya Kaminsky
- Christopher Crawford - Founding Editor
- Joshua Mensch - Founding Editor
- Stephan Delbos - Founding Editor
- Michael Stein - Editor
- Jessica Mensch - Art Editor
- Ben Williams - Performance Text Editor
B O D Y has become one of my new favorite journals. It brings together an international artistic community, highlighting some truly exceptional work. 
For the Czech Republic and both its Czech and international writers B O D Y offers something truly new. Though Czech writers in translation have yet to appear in its pages the editors know it’s only a matter of time.
A truly great feature and the Friday pick at BODY magazine: John Ashbery introduces us to the Turkish writer Erje Ayden, who some of you might know better as the pulp fiction writer behind the New York School.
- Jen Falkner (Spring 2013). "Online Journal from Prague Features Exceptional Work". The Review Review.
- at Czechlit "B O D Y a new face on Prague’s international lit scene". Czech Literary Portal. 1 August 2012.
- "John Ashbery & Frank O’Hara on Erje Ayden, the Pulp Writer for the New York School". The Poetry Foundation.