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Letters from the Library

As usual, I’ve been gone too long. It’s something I should probably get used to. Without a gun to my head, I don’t seem to be very good at regular postings. 724 more words

Electric Literature

ATTN: Electric Literature's GREAT INDIE 2015: Blurbers (Claimed/Unclaimed Hype)

Nearly there, everyone. Listed below are the blurbers and the books they have claimed to write a paragraph hype-blurb (err towards the formal rather than informal; we want interesting, honest hype, not cliquey exaggeration). 708 more words

Infographic: The History of Print (Electric Literature)

Electric Literature has kindly laid out everything you didn’t know about the history of print in one infographic. And even though text-heavy infographics are one of my pet peeves (infographics are supposed to render statistics more palatable through visual representation, not hoard image captions in a messy repository), this one  52 more words


Lit on the Web - Electric Literature

I often find myself daydreaming about the certainty that in three, five, maybe ten years I’ll be living out some sentimentally trite writers experience. Instead of this shameful middle-class tedium I’m limboing in at the moment, I’ll be hanging out in my sparsely decorated, dimly lit loft in Brooklyn, with only a writing desk and emptied bottles of Belvedere to keep me company. 542 more words

Hemmo And Co

Okay, Very Swanky

Humans never cease to amaze me. I had the pleasure of riding one of your “trains” recently. “Train” seems to me a pithy description for the miraculous technology whereby you conduct a series of connected apartments to a predetermined destination by the sheer mental power of a few interesting fellows wearing funny hats. 243 more words

Rontel by Sam Pink

We now enter: Total Isolation              

Rontel is the story of one man’s odyssey through Chicago. Follow him as he attempts to go to his last day of work. 294 more words

New Lit Mag Pays Contributers $100

Okey-Panky is a new lit mag starting up beginning of 2015 as an offshoot of Electric Literature. According to their web site, “Okey-Panky is a weekly online magazine of short, darkly comic, ironic, and experimental fiction, essay, poetry, and graphic narrative. 66 more words

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