The New York Times recently proclaimed the death of photojournalism.
The editors’ blog is a compilation of posts on a wide range of topics from the Identity Theory editors.
This essay was selected because of the author's writing style and voice, which our editors found "robust," "energetic," "thoughtful," and "sprawling (in a good way)."
As a result of some twisted effort towards generosity, we felt compelled to give out prizes to the authors of our "top stories" in each category published on the site.
The novelty of lodging in the Positively Fifth Street room is somewhat lost on me -- it's just like the last room I was in, only slightly more literary.
“Never think. Thinking is of absolutely no use to writers.”
Peg Alford was the fiction editor of Identity Theory in 2004. This is an archive of the blog she maintained at the time.
The "Commonplace Book" was a collection of quotes we shared in the early 2000s.