Here's a magazine and a notion that's sure to become a favorite. Celebrate the inaugural issue of Still, edited by Silas House (fiction) Marianne Worthington (poetry) and Jason Howard (nonfiction). From their 'about the name' page:
About our name . . .
To be a writer is to learn how to be still.
The moonshine still is one of the stereotypical images of Appalachia.
As a culture, Appalachia has been told for decades that it is disappearing. We are still here, proud and strong as ever.
Just at a glance, this one's going to require your attention with every new issue.