Magazines available in large print include "Reader's Digest Large Edition for Easier Reading," "Reader's Digest Large-Type Reader," "New York Times Large Type Weekly," and "Large Print Literary Reader." Some non-conventional magazines with large print are "Superb Fill-It-Ins Bonus," "Easy-To-Do Crosswords" and "Guideposts."
The Blind Readers website notes that the American Printing House for The Blind produces large print children's books, dictionaries, cookbooks and textbooks for students of all age levels. The "Dialogue" magazine published by Blindskills, Inc., includes a wide variety of articles, as well as short stories and poetry.
According to Blind Readers, there are many publishing companies that produce magazines or books with large print, such as Harvard Ranch, Huge Print Press, InfoCon, Large Print Books and The Large Print Literary Reader. Other large-print publishing companies include Large Print Reviews, Library Reproduction Service, MegaMaps, Quiet Vision Publishing and Specialty Publishing and Printing, among many others.
The Royal National Institute of Blind People notes that only some magazines are available in large print. However, the National Talking Newspapers and Magazines service delivers over 230 publications in large print and audio formats. According to WebRN-MacularDegeneration.com, some devices that allow for adjustable font sizes are iPods, iPads, Nooks and Kindle Fires.