Without Covers: literary_magazines@the_digital_edge (Paperback)

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Without Covers
Purdue University Press
6.00" x 9.00"

Book Description

Without Covers:// literary_magazines@the_digital_edge is a unique insider's look at how literary magazines have adapted to the arrival of the Internet age. Written by editors, writers, and poets, this authoritative collection covers a range of topics - from the overall financial challenges to the more mundane question of how to number the initial online volume of a 30-year old journal.Nineteen essays delve into the philosophical and practical issues surrounding the digital transformation of a variety of literary magazines. Essays include: "What is a Book?" "From Mimeograph to html: Literary Magazines Online," "the Editor in an Internet Age," "Epublishing and Literature: Challenge and Opportunity," "The Literary Magazine, the Web, and the Changing of the Avant-Garde," and much more.

About the Editor(s):

Lesha Hurliman is writing part of the time for a news weekly called The Memphis Flyer. She is also finishing her Master of Fine Arts in creative writing in absentia from Purdue University.

Numsiri C. Kunakemakorn is a Ph.D. candidate in Comparative Literature and worked as the Editor-in-Chief of the Sycamore Review.