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Electric Lit: Lanette Cadle and DMAC

PR is delighted to have Lanette Cadle, poet, Moon City Press senior editor, and Associate Professor of English at Missouri State University, share some of the work she has done at the Digital Media and Composition Institute (DMAC) at Ohio State University this year.   250 more words

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In which I invent (okay, clarify) a genre at Electric Literature...

I have a new essay up at Electric Literature, where editor Lincoln Michel was lovely enough to let me mess around with genre definition and cook up something new/old. 178 more words

Brian Evenson on Beckett's Molloy

Read this Q&A in Electric Literature with Brown University’s Brian Evenson about Samuel Beckett’s novel, Molloy. It makes me want to pick up the book again and read it immediately. 

Review: The Steady Running of the Hour

Check out my review of Justin Go’s The Steady Running of the Hour on Electric Literature.

http://electricliterature.com/review-the-steady-running-of-the-hour-by-justin-go/

Electric Literature is an awesome literary outlet for readers and writers. 15 more words

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I lived in an airport for a book and wrote about it for Electric Literature

My airport performance art retrospective went live today over at Electric Literature. In the essay, I detail out the motivations, confusions, considerations, and various inebriations that transpired over the 48 hour period. 290 more words

E-Lit: "Ethan Has Nowhere to Go" (Or Does He?)

     My thesis project for my MFA in the writing program at Cal Arts years ago was a “painting” that from across the room in the main gallery seemed finished. 1,108 more words

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