Baldi Agency recommends these websites:

Air Mail —  Air Mail supplies articles on subjects both foreign and domestic by some of the world’s finest journalists.

Arts & Letters Daily — The site draws together the most intelligent, provocative, and illuminating news stories, critical reviews, political essays, and commentaries published online. New material is added six days a week, and the site also houses an archive of articles dating back to 1998.

ArtsJournal — Daily arts news from more than 100 newspapers, magazines and e-publications.

The Atlantic — Covers news and analysis on politics, business, culture, technology, national, international and life on the official site of The Atlantic Magazine.

Susie Bright — The woman Rolling Stone called “never boring,” Bright writes about politics, sex, rarities, food, movies, music, books.

Cabinet Magazine — Showcasing conceptual art, literature and essays. Issue samples, news, purchasing and submission information, and themes.

Dixon Place — A home for performing and literary artists, is dedicated to supporting the creative process by presenting original works at all stages of development.

Jennifer Egan — Egan’s new book, A Visit From the Goon Squad, a national bestseller, won the 2011 National Book Critics Circle Award for Fiction, and is a finalist for the Pen Faulkner Award and the LA Times Book Prize, as well as a longlist finalist for the UK’s Orange Prize. Also a journalist, she writes frequently in the New York Times Magazine. (Egan’s 12 Rock & Roll Pauses is a positively brilliant concept.)

Focus Features — A motion picture production, financing, and worldwide distribution company committed to bringing moviegoers the most original stories from the world’s most innovative filmmakers.

Harper’s Magazine — The oldest general interest monthly in America, explores the issues that drive our national conversation through such celebrated features as Readings, Annotation, and Findings, as well as the iconic Harper’s Index.

Head Butler — A plugged-in cultural concierge who will tell you about books, music and movies.

IndieBooks — An independent publisher founded in 2010, committed to producing books that are a pleasure to own and to give.

Indiebound — Now is the time to stand up and join your fellow individuals in the IndieBound mission supporting local businesses and celebrating independents.

Journal of the Plague Years — A literary and news magazine. Smart writing about how the pandemic is changing everything.

Lucine Kasbarian’s Resources Page — Lucine has compiled a list of links that will direct children and/or adults to resources that will help them do what we all love: read, write, make and appreciate art, and get published!

Lambda Literary — The leader in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer book reviews, author interviews, writers, opinions and publishing news.

Lapham’s Quarterly — Each issue of Lapham’s Quarterly adopts and explores a single theme.

Betsy Lerner’s blog The Forest for the Trees — Lerner “wrote a book called The Forest for the Trees and it’s an advice book for writers. This blog hopes to continue in the spirit of the book, answering basic questions such as how to write an effective query letter to more complex issues involving writers’ personalities, especially but not limited to their self-destructive proclivities. But mostly, it’s a place to regularly vent about publishing.” (Baldi Agency reads her every day.)

Literary Hub — An organizing principle in the service of literary culture, a single, trusted, daily source for all the news, ideas and richness of contemporary literary life.

McNally Jackson Independent Booksellers — An independent bookstore based in Manhattan, owned and operated since 2004 by Sarah McNally, a former editor at Basic Books.

McSweeney’s Quarterly & Books — McSweeney’s began in 1998 as a literary journal that published only works rejected by other magazines. That rule was soon abandoned, and since then McSweeney’s has attracted work from some of the finest writers in the country.

Melville House Publishing — An independent publishing house born out of the book blog MobyLives and founded in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Morbid Anatomy — Located in Brooklyn, N.Y., The Morbid Anatomy Library and Cabinet is a research library and private collection available to the interested public.

The Moth — A New York City-based nonprofit organization that conducts live storytelling events.

National Public Radio Books — Book reviews, interviews with authors, best-seller lists and more.

Neon Literary — A literary agency with offices in New York and Washington DC who represent authors of adult nonfiction and literary fiction.

The New Yorker — Online version of the weekly magazine, with current articles, cartoons, blogs, audio, video, slide shows, an archive of articles and abstracts back to 1925.

New York Magazine — Daily coverage of New York’s restaurants, nightlife, shopping, fashion, politics, and culture.

The New York Observer — Founded by Arthur L. Carter in 1987, the Observer is the weekly newspaper of New York. It is published every Wednesday and electronically refreshed daily online.

The New York Review of Books — The online version of the biweekly book review and journal of intellectual currents.

The New York Times’ Sunday Book Review — Find book reviews and news from the Sunday Book Review on new books, best-seller lists, fiction, non-fiction, literature, children’s books, hardcover and paperbacks.

Paris Review — A quarterly English-language literary magazine established in Paris in 1953 by Harold L. Humes, Peter Matthiessen, and George Plimpton.

Publishers Marketplace — Provides membership information for publishing professionals and provides web pages for writers and agents to promote themselves.

Alan Rinzler, Consulting Editor — Rinzler, a veteran book publishing insider, offers private editorial services to writers and agents.

Words Without Borders — Opening doors to international exchange through translation, publication, and promotion of the world’s best writing.

Jeanette Winterson — The author’s site includes poetry, short stories, monthly column, journalism articles, excerpts from all her books, and links to interviews.