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When it comes to shaping the history behind modern American literature, few institutions have played as essential a role as that of the literary magazine. In this collection of essays and interviews, Travis Kurowski has compiled insights on the difficulty, worthiness and purpose of the “little” magazine, from sources ranging from Ezra Pound to T.C. Boyle.Following its origins with Benjamin Franklin through its latest incarnations on the web, "Paper Dreams" engages its reader in historical conversations and explores why, despite small readership and astronomical failure rates, lit mags continue to pop up in droves across our literary landscape.Biografía del autor:
Travis Kurowski teaches creative writing and publishing at York College of Pennsylvania. He is founding editor of "Luna Park," soliciting editor for "Opium Magazine," and Literary MagNet columnist for "Poets & Writers." His writing has recently appeared in "Little Star," "Armchair/Shotgun," "The Lumberyard," "Mississippi Review," "Hobart" and "Kill Author." "Paper Dreams" is his first book.EDITOR'S HOME: York, Pennsylvania
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Descripción Atticus Books, 2013. Paperback. Condición: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. del artículo: P110984040579
Descripción Atticus Books. PAPERBACK. Condición: New. 0984040579 New Condition. Nº de ref. del artículo: NEW7.0558463