Tag: Thomas Larson
Thomas Larson: Rachel Maddow, Isocrates, and the Power of SpeechMay 2014
The changing nature of authorship in the age of mass media as illustrated by the MSNBC host.
Thomas Larson: The Fearless Oratory of Christopher HitchensFebruary 2014
The relationship between Hitchens’ written and public voices illustrates the potential of the social author.
Thomas Larson: The Great Literary Future Behind UsDecember 2013
The fourth installment of The Social Author examines how literature lost its conversational dynamic, and why that’s a bad thing.
Thomas Larson: On the Social Authorship of The BibleNovember 2013
The third installment of The Social Author explores social authorship and holy texts.
Thomas Larson: Our Multimedial BeginningSeptember 2013
The second installment of “The Social Author” looks at multimedia storytelling, from the Chauvet cave to the internet café.
Thomas Larson: Writing Seen, Writing SpokenAugust 2013
E-readers, texting, book trailers, and Twitter are not only changing the possibilities for writing, but also what it means to be a writer.