Symphony Charity Auction

Charity Auction Offers Meetings with Jennifer Egan, Neil Gaiman, Leonard Nimoy and Others

News by Christopher Shultz
An upcoming auction in support of Symphony Space is sure to trip the book nerd's proverbial trigger.

Think Through Twitter: Questions for the Social Media Artist

Column by Phil Jourdan January 31, 2013
The creative potential in social media platforms is obvious, but what about the other side? Phil Jourdan looks at the way Twitter can encourage new ways of thinking critically about the arts.
Jennifer Egan Twitter Short Story

Jennifer Egan Is Using Twitter To Release Her Next Short Story

News by Rob Hart
Jennifer Egan, author of 'A Visit from the Good Squad,' is doling out a short story one tweet at a time, in advance of its publication in 'The New Yorker' on Monday.

Through A Touchscreen Darkly: What Technology Can Do For The Novel

Column by Jack Joslin
Technology is progressing faster and faster, creating new opportunities for literature. Will the novel adapt or die?

Out of Order: A Discussion of Nonlinear Narrative Structure

Column by Taylor Houston October 25, 2011
A Discussion of Non-linear Narrative Structure
Occupy Writers

Authors Pledge Their Support To Occupy Wall Street

News by Rob Hart October 17, 2011
Acclaimed authors are signing their names to Occupy Writers, a website that pledges support to the Occupy Wall Street movement
Book publishers using Spotify to create soundtracks for books

Publishers Using Spotify to Build Playlists for Novels

News by Rob Hart October 11, 2011
Book publishers are working with authors to create Spotify playlists, featuring music that inspired their work.