Having just been to the Narrative Matters 2010 conference, I am reminded of the following journals which may be useful for those narratively-inclined:
Narrative Works: Issues, Investigations, & Interventions — a new online, open-access, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinaryjournal committed to exploring the complex role of narrative in countless aspects of human life. This is a new venture from the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Narrative (CIRN) at St Thomas University, New Brunswick, Canada. The first issue is scheduled for January 2011.
Storytelling, Self, Society: An interdiciplinary journal of storytelling studies
Storyworlds: An interdisciplinary journal of narrative theory that features research on storytelling practices across a variety of media, including face to face interaction, literary writing, film and television, virtual environments, historiography, opera, journalism, graphic novels, plays, and photography, studied from perspectives developed in such wide-ranging fields as literary theory, discourse analysis, jurisprudence, philosophy, cognitive and social psychology, AI, medicine, and the study of organizations. Published by the University of Nebraska Press.