Monthly Archives: July 2015

On the National Writers Union’s New Website and Solidarity Among Writers

Originally, I planned to begin this post about the National Writers Union’s new website by saying that, though I have been an NWU member since 2001, I continue to pay my dues out of union solidarity and because I want … Continue reading

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A Community of Critics and Readers Benefits Literature

Quite frankly, I bought the latest print issue of Harpers because the online site has a paywall and I wanted to read Caleb Crain’s “Counter Culture: Fighting for literature in an age of algorithms.” (I decided that if I had … Continue reading

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