At The Nervous Breakdown, Brad Listi sits down with Michelle Orange, who talks about writing ledes, Pauline Kael, and the story behind her new book, This is Running For Your Life. (For more, go check out her interview with our own Hannah Gersen.)
Pew Internet finds that tablet and e-reader ownership nearly doubled over the holiday gift-giving period 29% of Americans now own at least one of these digital reading devices. Meanwhile, the content producers keep rushing in, with NBC Universal launching an e-book arm and Apple’s textbook scheme netting 350,000 downloads in three days.
Should you go to grad school? Should you not go to grad school? Should you stop reading trend pieces on going to graduate school?
Why do many writers choose to start literary magazines when there are thousands of magazines already out there? Ian Denning writes for Ploughshares on the urge to foster one’s writing community. Pair with this Millions essay on literary magazines and remuneration.