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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 at the bigger picture, yes, New York is the publishing epicenter of the country, and a lot of people who write do live in Brooklyn. As someone who [...] 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 presses that proves word is bomb. Independent publishing — that is, publishing whatever an individual or small group think is worthy of dumping [...] 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 their enthusiasm for reading through sites like Goodreads — is beginning to look like a promising strategy. “I think it’s more than time to [...] 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 got your back—in addition to—well, you know—us! That's right, just in time for that Monday morning workplace existential crisis, we bring [...] 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 murdered Chinese-American Vincent Chin. (She's the power-house who we pictured above.) University of Michigan professor Emily P. Lawsin, specializing in Asian/Pacific [...] 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 reading and viewing pleasure. Some of the references are familiar and recent. We remember Don Draper reading  Frank O’Hara’s Meditations in an Emergency during the season two [...] 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 digital landscape. Offering soundtracks with your journal? Gargoyle Magazine has been doing that for years. Access to free online content with a paid [...] by