Will someone please tell me why oh why don't literary magazines don't put copies of their back issues online? I can understand that if you're primarily a print magazine that you might want to wait a year or so, to encourage actual sales. I do get that. But there must come a point at which back issues are very unlikely to sell in any significant quantity, and at that point, it would, I think, be far better for these writers and the growth of their readership if some of their work was actually available online. It can't be that hard for them to do -- they have the work in electronic format already, after all. A quick conversion to HTML, or even PDF, I'm not picky, and they'd be good to go.
If I do end up teaching in an English department with a literary magazine, and if I fail to convince them to put their back issues online, you all have permission to come and slap me upside the head for not trying hard enough.