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By Numsiri Kunakemakorn Editor, Lesha Hurliman Editor

WithoutCovers incites dialog, debate, argument, and such a lot pressingly, questions in regards to the purposes at the back of and results of small literary magazines relocating to on-line publishing. Questions mentioned are: Is it attainable? How? while? and the main difficult, Why? throughout the musings of 19 famous editors, poets, fiction, nonfiction, and hypertext writers, readers can eavesdrop right into a dialogue of the aim and politics of on-line publishing that has created a brand new bridge among conventional literary pursuits and present institutional, cultural, and fiscal pressures to target expertise.

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Barbara Johnson. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. ———. 1984. , translated by Richard Rand. New York: Columbia University Press. Kammen, Michael. 1996. The Lively Arts: Gilbert Seldes and the Transformation of Cultural Criticism in the United States. London and New York: Oxford University Press. Kerouac, Jack. 1958. ” Evergreen Review 2, no. 3. Sheridan, Richard Brinsley. 1998. The Rivals (act 1, scene 2). In The School for Scandal and Other Plays, ed. Michael Cordner. London and New York: Oxford University Press.

No matter how modest the tour or the advance for a newly promoted writer, there are no such accoutrements when one is published in a journal. By de¤nition, literary journals are marginal operations, where funding for printing and resources for distribution are always in someone else’s pocket. For all of these journals the temptation of online publication looms large. But the current limitations of the digital format may very well be for them an iceberg of unknown girth. Digital publishing of all kinds is in its infancy, and readers, much less sophisticated readers hungry for literature, are hard won.

The changes in art were material, in the sense of what constituted the “raw materials” from which art could be made; technical, in the invention and deployment of new technologies of photography, ¤lm, recording, and printing; and conceptual, in terms of the “creative processes” through which works of literature and art were conceived. Indeed, it became increasingly dif¤cult (and frequently impossible) to separate these domains. Driving nearly all of these changes was the Dadaists’ thoroughgoing spirit of creative iconoclasm.

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