Blip Magazine is the reinvention of Mississippi Review Online, a personal website put online in 1995 by the editor of Mississippi Review, Frederick Barthelme. As Blip, it is the online heir of Mississippi Review (established by Barthelme in 1977). During Barthelme's time as editor, Raymond Carver said Mississippi Review "is one of the most remarkable and indispensable literary journals of our time.". The editors working on Mississippi Review prior to 2010 moved to Blip with Barthelme after he left the University of Southern Mississippi.

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  • Blip Magazine is the reinvention of Mississippi Review Online, a personal website put online in 1995 by the editor of Mississippi Review, Frederick Barthelme. As Blip, it is the online heir of Mississippi Review (established by Barthelme in 1977). During Barthelme's time as editor, Raymond Carver said Mississippi Review "is one of the most remarkable and indispensable literary journals of our time.". The editors working on Mississippi Review prior to 2010 moved to Blip with Barthelme after he left the University of Southern Mississippi. Notable contributors (since 2010) include George Saunders, Marcy Demansky, Jurgen Fauth, Woody Evans, , Mary Grimm, Floyd Skloot, and others. In its previous incarnation, Blip had over 1000 stories and poems in its archive, including work by such writers as Thom Jones, Ben Marcus, Francine Prose, Padgett Powell, Barry Hannah, Tom Drury, Curtis Sittenfeld, Tao Lin, John Barth, Christine Schutt, Mary Gaitskill, Rick Bass, and Ben Neihart. (en)
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