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, and even spurred new interest in hard-copy and artisan journals. The event is free and open to the public.

WHAT:          

“From Flash Fiction to Longform Journalism: Length and Format in

the Digital Age”

WHEN:           

7:30 PM

Monday, March 5, 2012

WHERE: 

Greenlight Bookstore

686 Fulton St., Brooklyn, NY

WHO:

Erin Harris of the Irene Skolnick Literary Agency

Tess Knoebel of Abe’s Penny

Halimah Marcus of Electric Literature

Paul Morris of PEN American Center (formerly of BOMB Magazine)

Evan Ratliff of The Atavist

MODERATOR:  

John M. Cusick, managing editor, Armchair/Shotgun, and literary agent, Scott Treimel NY

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