Author Archives: Andrew Whitacre

Help test a new literary content aggregation website

On and off for the last year I’ve been developing a project called Readsfeed, a website that automatically shares snippets and links to short stories, poems, and reviews by literary publications on the web.

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The end of the small print journal. Please.

These technologically stingy websites made me wonder: what exactly is the mission and use of literary journals in the digital era?

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The risks of re-reading

How could that person who loved Steinbeck’s writing now be this person who hates it?

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Don’t mistake blogging for journaling

I recently rediscovered the virtues of journaling, something slower, more reflective, and of course more private than blogging.

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Style: Towards Clarity and Grace

I’m reading Style: Towards Clarity and Grace by Joseph M. Williams.

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