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What We Talk About When We Talk About Ryan Boudinot

Or: Not Really Anything About Boudinot and Instead About What He Didn’t Say

Ryan Boudinot’s recent essay in The Stranger, “Things I Can Say About MFA Writing Programs Now That I No Longer Teach in One,” 1,077 more words

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The Great 2015 Indie Press Preview

On the Edges of Vision has been mentioned in this gloriously long list of the year’s anticipated titles on Electric Literature. I’ve been through the list and already seen some things I definitely have to check out (that I might otherwise not have heard of). 79 more words

A Map of Literary Genres (Pop Chart Labs, Electric Literature)

This is SO COOL — a map of the literary genres and how they relate to each other. Specific books are chosen to represent each category. 16 more words

Love letters from your writing.

Electric Literature put these out this morning.  Happy Valentine’s Day, writers, from your text.

Love Letters from your writing

Articles By Others

"Announcing Literary Hub" and more in Bookish Tweets of the Week

All my nerdy lit friends (e.g. all my Ploughshares colleagues, among others) are excited for the launch of Literary Hub, a new aggregate of literary news around the Web. 195 more words


Literary Hub to Launch in April

Electric Literature and Grove Atlantic are teaming up to launch a new daily site for book lovers, Literary Hub. Jonny Diamond, formerly of The L Magazine… 177 more words

The Identity of 'Hipster Runoff's' Carles Is Revealed: Links You Need to See

For certain hip twenty-somethings, and perhaps their hip teenage siblings, Hipster Runoff and its founder/writer/personality Carles were integral to a daily Internet routine. (It’s also responsible for launching the modeling career of… 629 more words

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