Over at The Faster Times, Lincoln Michel reports the good news:

The Atlantic has a long  history of publishing high quality fiction dating all the way back to its launch in 1857. It wasn’t so long ago that it was The Atlantic, New Yorker and Harper’s that were the big three. But five years ago The Atlantic pulled fiction from its subscriber pages, only publishing short stories in a special newsstand issue each summer. However, The Atlantic is bringing short fiction back to its normal subscriber issues starting this May

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