By Jacob Silverman
The references to suicide in Wallace's work have been made more potent by his own suicide, but it is a mistake to excise such passages.
By Waldo Jaquith
Micropayments, raising subscription rates, poets reading online, and more.
Evidence of anti-gay bias by Amazon has snowballed at an impressive rate, but now it's time to give the company the time to respond.
The short-story-collection-as-debut-work has a lot of possibility, heightened by the prospect of buying a short story on your Kindle for a dollar.
By Matthew Shaer
How can a game—so simple on its face—be the subject of so much fantastic, engrossing, downright smart literature?
Sony one-ups Amazon, Clay Shirky talks crazy, Robert Irwin gets recognized, and Gawker finds time to dis VQR.
The unsustainability of organic farming, modern-day slavery among tomato pickers, the invention of the cocktail, two new books of poetry, and more.
A new installment in the VQR Poetry Series, Oxford American gets a bailout, and more.
Why is Janet Maslin concerned with how "hot" a writer is?
Print on demand becomes viable, reviews of cookbooks, an obscenely bad book, and more.