Highlights
  • The Business of Nonlinear Fiction
    July 30, 2013 · Patrick Nathan

    The Business of Nonlinear Fiction

    Combining arcade games, programming, analogue electronics, and fiction, the Choosatron Deluxe Adventure Matrix is a unique contribution to literature.

  • Three Books I’m Taking to an Island
    May 28, 2013 · Sam Campbell

    Three Books I’m Taking to an Island

    As we sift through our possessions we sift through our previous selves, and if done patiently and honestly, they allow us to feel the power change has over our lives.

  • For We Have Sinned
    May 23, 2013 · Linda White

    For We Have Sinned

    How often do we let ourselves bare all? How many would have material to add to “We Are All Criminals” – Baxter’s art installation at {confess}?

  • It’s Time to Stop Saving Yourself: A Call for Contributors
    May 7, 2013 · Patrick Nathan

    It’s Time to Stop Saving Yourself: A Call for Contributors

    Frankly, I don’t understand why people don’t read about books all the time. Some of the most important texts in my literary education have been written about books.

  • Changed Note
    April 23, 2013 · Patrick Nathan

    Changed Note

    In Y, Leslie Adrienne Miller is forced to confront the male brain directly. Named after the chromosome to which we owe our entire sex, Y is an attempt to understand the cruelty, the darkness, and the silence of boys and men.

Fate and the Lake: Seven Ideas about “The Lighthouse Road”
December 13, 2012 · Greg Seitz

Fate and the Lake: Seven Ideas about “The Lighthouse Road”

In Peter Geye’s latest novel, an orphan shapes his own destiny on the menacing North Shore of the early twentieth century. He must choose the lesser of two threats: man or nature.

For We Have Sinned
May 23, 2013 · Linda White

For We Have Sinned

How often do we let ourselves bare all? How many would have material to add to “We Are All Criminals” – Baxter’s art installation at {confess}?

Three Books I’m Taking to an Island
May 28, 2013 · Sam Campbell

Three Books I’m Taking to an Island

As we sift through our possessions we sift through our previous selves, and if done patiently and honestly, they allow us to feel the power change has over our lives.

It’s Time to Stop Saving Yourself: A Call for Contributors
May 7, 2013 · Patrick Nathan

It’s Time to Stop Saving Yourself: A Call for Contributors

Frankly, I don’t understand why people don’t read about books all the time. Some of the most important texts in my literary education have been written about books.

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