Posts Tagged ‘Electric Literature’
January 2, 2013 | by
We love the single-sentence animations
Recommended Reading produces in concert with new fiction. In this latest, Grier Dill animates and scores a sentence from Lincoln Michel’s “Our Education.” Enjoy!
August 16, 2012 | by
Mediocre spy Ernest Hemingway
Ernest Hemingway’s World War II spying career was less than illustrious. In fact, when it came to one ill-fated Cuban operation, Papa was downright bumbling. Meet
The Musalman, a that has been published continuously since 1927 in Chennai, India. handwritten Urdu daily “It
hurts to be rejected, and it hurts even more when you walk into a real bookstore, one with chirpy sales clerks and splashy book covers, and see truly godawful books by authors represented by some of these very same agents.” Michael Borne on how to weather the agent-finding process. Generation Y (those born between 1979 and 1989)
outspent Boomers in books for the first time last year. Check out Electric Literature’s Single Sentence Animations—in which an artist animates a favorite sentence from a writer’s story—
Dough Country for Old Men (subtitle: “As I Lay Frying”) is a blog that juxtaposes literary quotes against images of doughnuts.
May 24, 2012 | by
Electric Literature’s Required Reading kicks off with a Ben Marcus story and accompanying animation.
Your new favorite time waster: I Shot the Serif.
Zach Galifianakis is Ignatius J. Reilly.
Most comma mistakes.
Zelda draws Scott.
Speaking of, the first glimpse of Baz Luhrmann’s elicits … Great Gatsby trailer strong emotions.