Why do literary instruction manuals hold so much appeal?
The author discusses her very personal connection to a new edition of the 19th-century vampire novel "Carmilla"
Apr 18 2019 - Theodore McCombs
Apr 10 2019
The Blunt Instrument, our advice column for writers, on taking your first steps towards publication
Mar 21 2019 - John Cotter
When people in power want to control thought by controlling words, literature can become a weapon
Mar 11 2019 - Erica Eisen
Mark Mayer, author of “Aerialists,” recommends novels with hidden realities
Feb 19 2019 - Mark Mayer
Elizabeth McCracken contemplates short stories upon the reissue of her first collection
Jan 22 2019 - Elizabeth McCracken
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
Support the literary communities where women readers and writers are seen and heard
Jan 18 2019 - Frances Yackel
When states suppress ideas, we condemn it. What should we do when companies do the same?