VIDA has released its annual assessment of gender parity (or lack thereof) in the literary world. Of the 40 publications they examined, Tin House, Granta, and Poetry Magazine published the greatest percentages of non-male-identified writers, while Poetry Magazine and Ninth Ward led in nonbinary contributors. Meanwhile, The Atlantic and The New York Review of Books remain strongly male-dominated (too much tweed?).
Take a look at the full VIDA Count here.