Bad news, guys: the longest word in the German language is officially no longer a word.
Coffee House Press recently announced it will be partnering with Emily Books, whose co-founder Emily Gould is a Year in Reading alum, to form their first imprint, which will publish two original titles a year. Their news pairs well with Electric Literature's "2015 Indie Press Preview."
Zachary Lazar talks to Mary Jo Bang about her radical translation of Dante's Inferno: in an attempt to render the shock Dante caused by writing in conversational Italian rather than the conventional Latin, Bang translated Dante's text in modern-day English adorned with references to American pop culture. A sample of the text is available online.