The Lifted Brow

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The Lifted Brow
Editor Sam Cooney
Categories Literary magazines
Frequency Fortnightly (digital) Bimonthly (print)
First issue 2007
Country Australia
Language English

The Lifted Brow (also known as TLB and/or The Brow) is a publishing organisation from Australia that makes magazines for both Australia and the world, as well as publishing books, producing events, and more. Its flagship publication is a print magazine which is also called The Lifted Brow.

Established in 2007 by Ronnie Scott,[1] and run since early 2012 by Sam Cooney[2] and a large and young team,[3] The Lifted Brow's magazines are also available online in website form, and in digital as an iOS app.[4] Online articles are published on demand, the digital version is published fortnightly, and the printed version is produced every two months.

Self-described as a literary journal, the print edition publishes longform nonfiction and fiction, commentary, criticism, as well as artwork, drawings, comics, and music; it has been considered "uncategorisable".[5] The Lifted Brow (print edition) also features an arts and cultural lift-out called "Middlebrow", featuring political essays, film, book, and television reviews, and articles profiling new video games, theatre, and music.

In 2013 The Lifted Brow published its first anthology: The Best of The Lifted Brow: Volume One.[6] Celebrating the first five years of the magazine (2007-2011) it features, David Foster Wallace, Frank Moorhouse, Jim Shepard, Karen Russell, Daniel Handler, Lisa Brown, Heidi Julavits, Adam Levin, Karen Coin, Rick Moody, Robert Shearman, n a bourke, Glen David Gold, Blake Butler, Michaela McGuire, Chris Somerville, Liam Pieper, Sam Cooney, Romy Ash, Luke Ryan, Tao Lin, Benjamin Law, Benjamin Kunkel, Christos Tsiolkas, Tom Cho, Rebecca Giggs, Alice Pung, Elspeth Muir, and Anna Krien.

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