Longform You Have to Read: The Best of Guernica, Now Available in Print

October 24, 2014

With an introduction by poet and memoirist Nick Flynn (Another Bullshit Night in Suck City), it’s a stellar collection of the best of Guernica, with voices from the fringes, important, probing Q&As, and overall, nonfiction writing that shows us who we really are today.

After a Decade Online, Guernica Releases a Print Mag

October 15, 2014

“Ten years ago, the founders of Guernica Magazine were ahead of the publishing curve when they released their free, digital-only magazine. This week, they opted to add the more traditional route, publishing the first of what staffers hope will be annual print editions.”

Lisa Lucas Looks to Guernica’s Future

October 15, 2014

“As she prepares to guide the magazine into its second decade, Lucas speaks about the past and future of Guernica.”

Late Night Conversation: Lisa Lucas

September 9, 2014

“We are always trying to look at what people aren’t covering, and the way that you might not look at it.” — Guernica Publisher Lisa Lucas to Late Night Library.

Michael Archer, Editor-in-Chief of Guernica Magazine, Talks Paying Writers, MFA Culture, and Editing for Free

July 17, 2014

“In a world where ‘starting an online literary magazine’ often involves nothing more than changing your subheader to read ‘…a magazine of dreamers and poets, full of flights of fancy,’ the online literary magazine Guernica stands out like, well, the intimidating cultural, artistic, and political force it is.” — Bustle

Book News: Chinese Importer Talks About Why Clinton’s Book Was Dropped

July 1, 2014

“Guernica, a small online literary magazine that punches way above its weight class”. — National Public Radio

Paying for Quality Education

June 26, 2014

“In an essay at Guernica, Rachel Riederer points to adjuncts to argue that students aren’t getting as much return as they think they are. As Riederer writes, ‘Teachers’ working conditions are students’ learning conditions.’” — The New York Times

2013 Utne Media Awards: The Winners

June 5, 2013

“For a web-only magazine with the simple tagline ‘a magazine of art & politics,’ Guernica proved to be so much more to us last year.” — Utne Reader