Venerable online magazine Eyeshot has come to an end. It is a shame to see that this fine fine publication is calling it quits. We wish Lee Klein all the best in his future endeavors.
DOGZPLOT is having a three-day reading extravaganza in Atlantic City.
How the NYTBR makes its selections.
ASF has compiled a list of ten free fiction contests.
Shane Jones and Blake Butler are starting a press, two titles per year. Behold Year of the Liquidator and their first title, One Hour of Television, by Kristina Born.
A writer overcomes his online magazine bias.
An index of poetry slam looks.
PANK 4 contributor Shanes Jones’s lovely book Light Boxes is going to be made into a movie produced by Spike Jonze.
Some highlights from Granta 107.
A writer speaks on the white washing of her book’s cover.
Erin Hosier discusses how writers can better advocate for book covers.
Joshua Ferris has a story in this week’s New Yorker.
E. Lynn Harris, who wrote about the black gay community and was a New York Times Bestselling writer, has died at the age of 54. His early books were such a fun read. I highly recommend them if you’re looking for some mind candy.
Kindle books will be included on USA Today’s best seller list.
Unpublished Vonnegut short stories will be released as E-books.
On the evolution of the e-book.
Steve Almond offers 12 steps on how to write sex scenes.
Some unusual calls for submission from Hayden’s Ferry Review.
A chapbook consignnment shop in St. Louis. Can’t wait to visit.
Requited Magazine is having a fundraiser on Friday, July 31.
Coming soon, an iPhone fiction project from featherproof.
Big news for a Dzanc writer.
Randomly, a database of medieval soldiers.