The Blunt Instrument takes on three questions about autofiction, memoir, personal essay, and whose stories you’re allowed to tell
Jan 29 2019 - Elisa Gabbert
Why are we so quick to conclude that marginalized writers’ work is autobiographical?
Jan 28 2019 - Kathryn Vandervalk
We need self-motivated lovers of fiction to help us find the best new voices
Jan 24 2019 - Electric Literature
Join EL editors and visiting faculty Meredith Talusan and Susan Choi to study memoir, fiction, and the intersection of the two
Jan 18 2019 - Electric Literature
Disappointing election results led people to lament Mississippi as a racist backwater, but it’s so much more
Jan 10 2019 - Holly Genovese
Jessica Barry, author of “Freefall,” recommend books without the knight-in-shining-armor
Jan 10 2019 - Jessica Barry
Is living forever a blessing or a curse?
Jan 9 2019 - Frances Yackel
Kick back and read a book about how tired everyone is. You deserve it.
Jan 8 2019 - Erin Bartnett
Bethany Morrow’s “MEM” is a science fiction book that also illuminates my grandmother’s experience with dementia