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Saturday, October 5 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Literature online: Publishing new fiction on the web

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How has the internet changed our reading/writing experience? How do online literary journals compare to print in form and status? Four authors discuss the risks and rewards of publishing fiction online.

Moderators
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Paul Martone

Bio: | Paul Martone is a fiction writer and the director of Late Night Library, a literary arts organization dedicated to sustaining book culture and promoting talented writers early in their careers. Paul's writing has appeared in such magazines and journals as The Saranac Review, Water~Stone Review, Tin House’s Open Bar, Propeller Magazine, The Fiddlehead, The Skanner, and Reed... Read More →

Writers
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Stevan Allred

Bio: | Stevan Allred has survived circumcision, a tonsillectomy, a religious upbringing, the 60's, the War on Poverty, the break-up of The Beatles, any number of bad haircuts, years of psychotherapy, the Reagan Revolution, the War on Drugs, the Roaring 90's, plantar fasciitus, the Lewinsky Affair, the internet bubble, the Florida recount of 2000, the Bush oughts, the War on Terror, teen-aged children, a divorce, hay fever, the real... Read More →
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Jamie Iredell

Bio:The author of Prose. Poems. a Novel., The Book of Freaks, and the forthcoming books, I Was a Fat Drunk Catholic School Insomniac, and The Lake, Iredell's writing also appears in many literary magazines, including The Rumpus, The Literary Review, Gigantic, and Copper Nickel. He is fiction editor of Atticus Review. He lives in Atlanta, and blogs here. I Was a Fat Drunk Catholic School Insomniac: After two full-length collections of... Read More →
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Robin Sloan

Writer, Self
Robin Sloan grew up near Detroit and now splits his time between San Francisco and the internet.
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Mike Young

Mike Young is the author of Look! Look! Feathers (Word Riot 2010), a book of stories, and two books of poems: We Are All Good If They Try Hard Enough (Publishing Genius 2010) and Sprezzatura (Publishing Genius 2014). He edits NOÖ Journal, runs Magic Helicopter Press, and lives in Northampton, MA. Visit him online. | | Look! Look! Feathers: A tuba player surfs the web from a cyst on his hand. A town of spilled peaches fields its own game... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2013 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Work for Art Stage OCC, D-136

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