The founding editor of Apology talks with Rebecca Bates about the trouble with lit mags, defining pornography, responding to book-hype, and avoiding becoming a weird old man.
The “super-agent” talks about finding success with messy, difficult books, re-thinking how we publish works in translation, and the advice she gives to authors—no hotel porn on book tours.
You wondered out loud what writing “multiculturally” actually meant and what kind of black man would write the word “bro” in an email.
We’re currently hiring interns for our editorial and publishing departments.
Reflections on a postcard from David Foster Wallace
Guernica editor-in-chief Michael Archer will be speaking about the publishing industry, with an especial focus on magazines and literary journals.
Newly minted Oxford American editor Roger D. Hodge discusses the role of an editor, finding a form, and the newsstand’s allure.
What’s next for the Oxford American now that founder Marc Smirnoff has been fired?
Writer and former radical bookstore owner Sean Stewart talks about his new book on the underground press that was so vital to ’60s counterculture.
The literary legend on his new book of poetry, about a personal evolution, and those he’s published; MFA’s and prizes; and the ongoing river of language.
Lynne Tillman discusses her latest mindfuck story collection and how social reading platforms erode the barrier between writer and reader.
|Former editor of Harper’s Magazine Roger Hodge speaks about his former employer, John “Rick” MacArthur, the current state of Harper’s, and why Obama’s State of the Union was “appalling.”|