Kevin Eagan and I just posted a podcast on the Kindle Unlimited Program and Amazon’s Master Plans. It’s a damn fine show, if you’re into that sort of thing.
What Can Writers Learn from Radiohead, Netflix, and Spotify?
In Episode 16 of our podcast, Kevin Eagan and I hunt down Models for the Future of publishing?
http://criticalmargins.com/2014/07/11/episode-16-models-publishing-future/ via @criticalmargins
Check out the link to the latest Critical Margins podcast on “The Sacred and the Profane: Reading Naughty Words in Books.”
Kevin Eagan and I aren’t policing the police but in this podcast we are reviewing the reviewers. From the New Yorker to Amazon Reviews and everything in between is up for grabs.
Did you know the CIA helped fund the Iowa Writer’s Workshop in the 1960s to combat the Soviets? This is all according to an article by Eric Bennett in the Chronicle of Higher Education:“How Iowa Flattened Literature.”
This sounds like something from the Coen Brothers or Matt Kindt, but it happened.
Here’s a podcast that Kevin Eagan and I did about it for Critical Margins.
It’s my birthday and Flyover Country decided to say some nice things about the hip hop and the poetry. Good press! That’s all I ever wanted for my birthday.
Mark Oprea asks some great questions about poems, lyrics, music, themes, public perceptions and more in this. We discussed Jay Z’s Decoded, compare Dante’s Inferno to every thing DMX ever wrote, and put 50 Cent in a room with Joseph Campbell to see who dies and who is resurrected first. Shakespeare, Roethke, and Eminem are also put on notice.