Beginning in August, the Atlantic Monthly, the legacy ship seeing an advertising turnaround of late, will no longer run fiction. Instead, the magazine plans to offer a newsstand only fiction issue.
The announcement will be made to readers in the editor's note in the upcoming May issue. (Folio)
I don't read The Atlantic Monthly as often as The New Yorker, but I must confess, the fiction section of the latter is the one part I consistently skip. Short stories are just the hardest thing for me to read, for some reason.