The Kenyon Review Now Offers a Kindle Exclusive

This distinguished quarterly literary magazine arrived on the Kindle last week, and it brought some free content that’s going to be available exclusively to Kindle owners.

The Kenyon Review was founded in 1939 and has published works by generations of important writers, including Robert Lowell, Dylan Thomas, Maya Angelou, Thomas Pynchon, Woody Allen, and others.

“We’re proud to work in cooperation with Amazon to allow readers around the world to access both a free digest and a full version of The Kenyon Review, featuring the stories, poems, and essays that have made the journal internationally famous,” noted David Lynn, editor of The Kenyon Review.  “We will continue to identify and support the most exciting voices of each new generation.”

You can subscribe to this periodical for $12 a year, but if you’d like to try some of the content for free you can also subscribe to a digest edition of The Kenyon Review. The digest will include a selection of each issue’s fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and editorial content, all at no cost.