The Most Popular Electric Literature Articles of 2015

We like to ring in the new year taking a look at the last here at Electric Literature. Here were are most popular articles published in 2015:

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1) Speak Up!: A Graphic Account of Roxane Gay and Erica Jong’s Uncomfortable Conversation by MariNaomi

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2) Should White Men Stop Writing? The Blunt Instrument on Publishing and Privilege by Elisa Gabbert

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3) Eight Excellent Literary Podcasts for Your Morning Commute by Jessica Gross

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4) INFOGRAPHIC: How To Name Your Big Important Novel by Lincoln Michel and Nadxieli Nieto

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5) When Popular Fiction Isn’t Popular: Genre, Literary, and the Myths of Popularity by Lincoln Michel

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6) True Detective’s Lessons on How Not to Write Dialogue by Lincoln Michel

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7) Writing On Screen: Why Do Writing Students Love Such Terrible Mentors? by Lee Schnelbach

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8) That Thing: A True Story Based on The Exorcist by Adam Sturtevant

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9) The People Who Survive, an interview with Neal Stephenson, author of Seveneves by Steven Paulson

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10) What Women Can Learn From Reading Sexist Male Writers by Sigal Samuel

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