List of Esperanto magazines
The first Esperanto magazine was La Esperantisto, which began publication on September 1, 1889. It continued publication until 1895. Magazines were important to the early Esperanto movement, as it was one of the practical ways the language could be used between conferences such as the annual Universal Congress. Since then there have been hundreds of magazines published in Esperanto. Some of the most well-known magazines published in Esperanto currently are:
- Beletra Almanako - a three-times-a-year periodical of Esperanto belles-lettres
- El Popola Ĉinio - perhaps the most visually appealing Esperanto magazine
- Esperanto - a monthly publication of the Universal Esperanto Association
- Fonto - a monthly magazine about literature
- Heroldo de Esperanto - a magazine published every three weeks about the Esperanto movement
- Kontakto - a monthly publication for young people published by TEJO, the World Esperanto Youth Organization
- Literatura foiro
- Monato - a monthly publication similar to Time or Newsweek, but with all articles written by people from the place which the article is about
- Rok-Gazet' - a magazine about the Esperanto music (especially rock music) scene
- Armena Esperantisto - published by Armena Organiz-Komitato Esperantista and edited by G. Sevak. First publication in 1958
- La Ondo de Esperanto - an illustrated Esperanto periodical published monthly in the Russian Baltic Sea enclave of Kaliningrad (formerly Königsberg)
- Irana Esperantisto - an independent quarterly culture magazine, which is published in Esperanto and in Persian in Tehran and distributed internationally; besides, about half of the content of each edition is in Esperanto and the other half in Persian.
- Usona Esperantisto - a bi-monthly magazine of Esperanto-USA.