Ramble Underground Fiction & Poetry

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Ramble Underground Fiction
Editor Joseph Thomas
Categories fiction, flash fiction, non-fiction, poetry
Frequency Online (quarterly)
Unpaid circulation 1500 Unique Visits Per Month
First issue June, 2005
Country  United States
Language American English
Website RambleUnderground.org

Ramble Underground is an online literary magazine of fiction created in 2005 and edited by Joseph Thomas, Jonathan Feingold and Susan Christopher. The journal is released on a quarterly basis, typically on the 21st day of March, June, September and December.

Mission statement[edit]

The basic premise of the magazine is to publish unknown and little known writers. It tends to sway towards the gritty and away from the mainstream. It looks for writing that shows "literary bravery and honesty". Recent authors published include Bob Thurber, Randall Brown, Jim Musgrave, Joseph Thayer, Rea Frey and Wayne H.W Wolfson.

Awards and recognitions[edit]

Works published have been nominated in the following:

External links[edit]

  • EPR Media calls it an Attractive, smart, quarterly web journal for “unknown artists to find a place. See full review