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Flavorwire Says the Midwest Has Arrived! March 25, 2014: Yesterday Flavorwire let the good word be known that the Midwest is a pretty swell place to live if you’re a writer. That’s good news for us! Jason Diamond writes: For those who only look [...] by

Welcome to the Golden Age October 7, 2013: You’ve maybe heard of The Golden Age of Paraphernalia, but did you know that we are currently in the midst of the golden age of indie publishing? Flavorwire lists twenty-five independent [...] by

Flavorwire on New Golden Age of Online Book Clubs September 13, 2013: They’re coommmiinng…! Making reading, a solitary endeavor, a more community-oriented experience — especially at a time when so many are finding their community online and expressing [...] by

Flavorwire for Your Monday: ‘20 Poets on the Meaning of Poetry’ September 9, 2013: Hopefully your Monday morning co-workers aren’t giving you grief for all those readings that you said you attended this weekend, but if they are: rest assured that the folks at Flavorwire have [...] by

Flavorwire’s Guerrilla Poetry Brigade July 9, 2013: Here’s a great one, courtesy of Flavorwire: “10 Guerrilla Poetry Projects.” Let’s first take a look at Emily P. Lawsin’s project, a spoken word performance honoring [...] by

Favorite Poets in Pop Culture March 11, 2013: And by “pop culture,” Flavorwire means characters in film and on TV; they’ve compiled a list of the top ten “Favorite Poets of Pop Culture Characters” for your [...] by

Paging all Wii engineers, please report to the virtual tea party January 5, 2011: Flavorwire‘s Chelsea Bauch talks to Rae Bryant, editor of the online magazine Milk Moon Review, about the future she envisions for literature if it could embrace the full potential of the [...] by