Armchair/Shotgun in conversation at Greenlight Bookstore

Next Monday, March 5, Armchair/Shotgun will host a conversation about the influence of the digital age on writing and publishing at Greenlight Bookstore. Panelists from literary magazines and the marketing and publishing spheres will discuss how technology has opened new platforms for sharing writing, re-popularized forms such as ultra-short (“flash”) fiction and in-depth investigative journalism, … Continue reading

Author Drink Review: Maura Kelly

For Valentine’s Day, Armchair/Shotgun sat down with Maura Kelly, co-author of Much Ado About Loving, which USA Today called, “A treat for any book lover, happily mated or cheerfully single.” (As all-of-the-above, we cheerfully agree). Maura has also been a staff writer for Glamour, and her reportage has appeared in the The New York Times, The … Continue reading

A/S and Other Literary Heirs in New York Times’ Magazine

We’re honored to be featured at today’s New York Times’ T Magazine, and in such great company! “What distinguishes these 10 is that they’re not only intello-chic statements for your side table. They’re also really good reads.” Read the whole piece here. Join Armchair/Shotgun for its panel discussion at Greenlight Books on March 5th, featuring Abe’s Penny and … Continue reading

What is A/S Reading? – No. 15

How is it February? No. Really. How? We’ve been so busy reading we didn’t even KNOW. Anyway, this is: What is A/S Reading? —- Fiction Editor John M. Cusick is reading The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Díaz. The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao is neither wondrous nor brief (har har I can’t … Continue reading