By Michael David Lukas
Short stories, poems, and essays written by Iraq and Afghanistan War veterans in MFA workshops.
By Megan Alix Fishmann
Losing print books means losing the personal touches that accompany them.
By Aja Gabel
One writer's take on the annual writing conference.
By Jacob Silverman
The website devoted to "correspondence deserving of a wider audience" is fascinating.
By Wanling Su
We are in the midst of a sea change.
Consider the difference between James Cooper and James Fenimore Cooper; David Wallace and David Foster Wallace; or Jorge Luis Borges and Jorge Borges. Who would want to go down in history as Jorge Borges?
By Mandy Redig
How in the world did people get information in the days before Google?
For this market to work, it'll take a great effort from both The Atlantic and Amazon. (Oh, and $3.99 for a short story? Really?)
Does the motivation behind my philanthropic giving matter? If so, is it wrong to give out of guilt?
Every time I crunch into a fuyu persimmon I feel guilty, like when I read the Times online or ignore my local bookstore for a cheaper copy on Amazon or Alibris.