Marco Polo is an online literary and art magazine.

In addition to fiction, flash fiction (maximum word count 1500), nonfiction, narrative nonfiction, poetry, and art, our features include:

A + A Artists in conversation

Filmvideo The film and video arts featuring filmmakers and artists

X Art. Literature. Digital. Contemporary.

Frank Literature devoted to and inspired by the works and legacy of Frank O'Hara.

Truffaut Literature and art devoted to and inspired by the works and legacy of Francois Truffaut

L.A. Writing and art about the city from writers and artists who know it well

Talk Interviews with authors, filmmakers and artists

Cross-Genre Prose and poetry; memoir and fiction; whatever makes a great combination.

Paint Contemporary art by media consultant Amie Champagne

Lovers Stephanie Wild and the ecstatic

Lyon If she isn't teaching school in Lyon, writer and musician Elizabeth H is on tour
somewhere in Europe and she's got your backstage pass.

And if you like Marco Polo, you will love
Tiger Train.

Marco Polo Athens, Georgia


Editor-in Chief/Art Director
Darin Beasley

Feature Writers
Amie Champagne
Stephanie Wild
Elizabeth H

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Contributors' Copyright Although Marco Polo is granted first publishing rights for contributor content, all text and images contributed to remains under copyright of the writer and/or artist who created said work. What does this mean? Each contributor to has given the magazine permission and the right to publish the text and images. Therefore, the material is for private use only. Readers of the magazine may not edit the material, sell it in print nor digital form, nor may the material be re-posted online without the copyright owners’ permission.
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