All posts tagged “literary blogs

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Mix Tape: Do the Right Thing

In this week’s Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog: the problem with being a submitter but not a subscriber; a collection of open letters to Mitt Romney from Erin Belieu, Mark Wunderlich, Juliana Baggott, and many others; five reasons why poems get rejected; and much… Read More

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Mix Tape: Literary Crimes

In this week’s Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog: Andrew Scott’s response to the “ladder-climbing” and “posturing” behind nasty reviews and other writer-on-writer crimes; Flannery O’Connor’s response to an English professor who wrote and asked her to explain one of her short stories; and much more.

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Mix Tape: Cover Me

In this week’s Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog: Is social media turning readers into yes-men/women? Are book covers a dying art? Can the Jonah Lehrer snafu get any worse? Check out these stories and more.

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Mix Tape: The One

In this week’s Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog: The 3:AM website disappeared last week, so what are the ultimate consequences for online magazines, if it’s this easy for one to vanish into cyberspace? Plus Michael Cunningham breaks down the Pulitzer breakdown, in two parts,… Read More