The new David Foster Wallace biography is out, and with it D.T. Max reveals a few childhood writings that he hypothesizes “spent at least a little time pinned to the Wallace family’s refrigerator.”
Authors are uniting against sock puppets, but not the kind you’re thinking.
The Awl provides us with an alphabetical list of “writer food,” featuring apples, booze, champagne, dexedrine…
The Hugo Awards have been announced, and you can read a free sample of each winner here.
A valid question: Is Free Verse Killing Poetry?
A new picture of Emily Dickinson has supposedly surfaced, and she’s actually almost smiling.
The New York Times weighs in on an apparent human longing for lists.
This is different: Hartmann Book Live is an event giving readers the opportunity to watch Silvia Hartmann write her newest book via Google Docs.
Flavorwire compiled a list of the twelve most beautiful (online) literary magazines in existence.