STOCKYARD was an American online cultural magazine that focused on society, art, and literature; it published fiction, poetry, social commentary, political commentary, satire, reportage, and reviews. Started in 2008, it matured into a publication relevant to its Chicagoan and international audience.

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  • STOCKYARD was an American online cultural magazine that focused on society, art, and literature; it published fiction, poetry, social commentary, political commentary, satire, reportage, and reviews. Started in 2008, it matured into a publication relevant to its Chicagoan and international audience. (en)
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  • The masthead of STOCKYARD Magazine (en)
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  • Executive Editors (en)
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  • United States
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  • Mikayla Lynch, Jacob Malone, Rory Tolan
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  • 2008 (xsd:integer)
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  • online weekly
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  • Stockyard_magazine_masthead.png
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  • English
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  • Stockyard Media, Inc.
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  • STOCKYARD was an American online cultural magazine that focused on society, art, and literature; it published fiction, poetry, social commentary, political commentary, satire, reportage, and reviews. Started in 2008, it matured into a publication relevant to its Chicagoan and international audience. (en)
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  • STOCKYARD Magazine (en)
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  • STOCKYARD Magazine (en)
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