I’m as guilty as anyone else of abandoning print publications for digital (and too often hoping for content to be free), but there are still exceptions worth buying in print. Brick: A Literary Journal immediately springs to mind, as does Threepenny Review. I could add others (Indiana Review for instance – I especially recommend the Summer 2013 issue, 35.1, for a story by Phedra Deonarine), but it’s a mild surprise to come across a print publication I haven’t subscribed to and which is holding out in print, rather than shifting to a balance between print and digital, or a wholesale digital presentation. Today, I add Music & Literature to that list, for its remarkable Spring 2013 number, which contains a number of pieces on or by Laszlo Krasznahorkai, translated by the capable hands (and minds) of George Szirtes and Ottilie Mulzet, respectively. An absolute steal at $15 per issue, or $25 per year. You can read more about Music & Literature here.