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Does Literary Criticism Have a Grade Inflation Problem? Lit Hub’s new ratings site exposes the flaws in the wider culture. BY ALEX SHEPHARD June 8, 2016 What if every book was worth reading? Not just the books with silver medallions on their covers...
by Rich Smith Critics agree: This book is an A+ face mask. Stas Ponomarencko Literary Hub has been a good resource for books people since it started a year or so ago. They excerpt new books, give poems new homes, publish criticism, and their daily...
NEW YORK (AP) — An online resource for literary content is hoping to create the publishing equivalent of Rotten Tomatoes. Literary Hub (lithub.com) announced Tuesday the launch of Book Marks, compiling reviews from more than 70 outlets ranging from The...
Welcome to the weekend. President-elect Donald Trump is in Bedminster, New Jersey, this morning, where he’s greeting a parade of potential administration appointees. The Guardian's Ben Jacobs, who is on pool duty in New Jersey, says that there might...
From The Huffington Post: A scene: You’ve just read (and re-read) the final paragraph of a novel you’ve been savoring, and you’re almost mad at the author for wrapping the story up so neatly, so poetically. How dare she refuse to imply the possibility...
True Engrossment of a Reader is Real Profession of a Writer
SOCRATES JOURNAL International, multi-disciplinary, refereed and indexed scholarly journal. English, Philosophy, Political Science...
I love writing fiction that has science in it (which is nothing like science fiction). I spent four years in college studying to be a physicist. Science is how
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Writing in 1934, John Dos Passos characterized the publishing industry in a manner that holds true nearly a century later: “Everything published goes down the