I apologize that this post is a day late.
I am *continuing a series (inspired by Electric Literature) where I post important links for writers and readers on Mondays. They may be old links or new links, but they’ll be ones that I find the most interesting or helpful. I’m also adding a few new categories. If there are any particular topics you’d like to read about, please feel free to suggest them in a comment on this post.
*AUTHOR NOTE: Readers I would love to hear feedback. Do you enjoy reading a certain type of article? What were some of your favorite featured works? Do you have a creative piece you’d like to see featured (email me, must be in a literary journal, must not be your own work, genre must be evident)?
“Love in the Time of Swine Flu” by Alexis Okeowo
“Preparing to Use a Fork” by Laura Musselman
“Comic Relief*” via Mario Susko
“By the Inner Roads” by Eugenio de Signoribus
“A Grandmother in Three Tales” by Cate Fricke
“Cigarettes in Heaven by Jon Pearson” by Jon Pearson
The Secrets of Midwives by Sally Hepworth
My Sunshine Away by M. O. Walsh
Literary Magazines and Journals:
Previous Posts on Mondays to do with Readings and Writings:
- February 9, 2015: Creation amidst chaos, foreign fiction foreign, and the data points on plot (among other things)
- February 2, 2015: Future predictor Dostoevsky, half-way readers, and favorite author help (among other things)
- January 26, 2015: Life by Lord Byron, the fiction of growing up, and destroying literary ignorance (among other things)
- January 19, 2015: Captivating writing, not-so-exciting plot structures, and reading myths (among other things)
- January 12, 2015: Monstrous envy, hipsters, and blind spots (among other things)
- December 15, 2014: Fantasy in colour, be nice, and a ghostwritten fiasco (among other things)
- December 8, 2014: Dark days books, getting good, and political poetry (among other things)
- December 1, 2014: Literary tourism, not-so-happy Russian books, high sales or high quality (among other things)