As has already been reported elsewhere, the Atlantic - one of the last high profile magazine fiction markets - is lamentably eliminating fiction from its pages.
The change, the editors say, is to allow for more space to be devoted to "long-form narrative reporting." The magazine, which now publishes 10 issues a year, down from 12 a few years ago, will add an annual fiction issue each August for sale on newsstands. Subscribers to the magazine will have access to its contents online but apparently will not receive a printed copy.
Apparently, fiction's not even worth the postage.
* Chris Hitchens' increasingly nonsensical literary criticism long ago did the trick for us.