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Author: Dylan Kinnett

Litblog Roundup

It seems the litblog may be in decline. As I go through my feed reader for these litblog roundup posts, I notice so many blogs I had chosen to follow but which don’t have anything recent. Here, I’ve collected a list of nearly 650 litblogs that haven’t been updated in a while.

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Litblog Roundup

The superbowl is over. Baseball season hasn’t started yet. A lull would fall over the land… but no. It’s the Litblog Roundup! There some literary awards coming up, some interesting new interviews, it’s the 20th anniversary of Infinite Jest, and more…

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Litblog Roundup

Litblog Roundup is a bi-weekly overview of topics, trends and highlights from the literary Internet. In this roundup: it’s a tumultous time for electronic writing, how many kinds of stories are there, David Bowie and more.

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Litblog Roundup

What’s going on with blogs and forums? Are they worse a worse place for serious conversation than established publications? All this and more in the Litblog Roundup, a bi-weekly overview of topics, trends and highlights from the literary Internet.

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Litblog Roundup

Do writers get picky about music? Are E-books sufficiently advanced? What’s up with the new line of books coming out? All this and more in a new installment of the Litblog Roundup, a bi-weekly overview of topics, trends and highlights from the literary Internet.

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Litblog Roundup

Is twitter a form of literature? What do you think about banned books week? All this, dead oysters, and more in the Litblog Roundup, a bi-weekly overview of topics, trends and highlights from the literary Internet.

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Litblog Roundup

What happens when a white man pretends to be a member of another ethnicity in order to get published? Let’s survey the fallout in this edition of Litblog Roundup, a bi-weekly overview of topics, trends and highlights from the literary Internet.

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Litblog Roundup

Is there such a thing as a writer that’s too prolific? What’s it like to work at Amazon? What does the CIA have to do with literary magazines? All this and more in this edition of Litblog Roundup, a bi-weekly overview of topics, trends and highlights from the literary Internet.

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Litblog Roundup

Litblog Roundup is a bi-weekly overview of topics, trends and highlights from the literary Internet. In this roundup: literary maps, writing about not writing, hip-hop poetics, and more.

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Litblog Roundup

Litblog Roundup is a bi-weekly overview of topics, trends and highlights from the literary Internet. In this roundup: Harper Lee’s new/old book, rejection letters, the poetics of information overload, and more.

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Litblog Roundup

Litblog Roundup is a bi-weekly overview of topics, trends and highlights from the literary Internet. In honor of Real Pants’ new foray into podcasting, this roundup offers an overview of the wide world of literary podcasting.

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Litblog Roundup

Litblog Roundup is a bi-weekly overview of topics, trends and highlights from the literary Internet. In this roundup: how to host a literary reading, the poetics of failure, and an assortment of creepy children.

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Litblog Roundup

Litblog Roundup is a bi-weekly overview of topics, trends and highlights from the literary Internet. In this roundup I’m going to break from my usual habit of writing a round-up about many things. This roundup is about a single issue that has discussions going all over the literary Internet.

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Litblog Roundup

Litblog Roundup is a bi-weekly overview of topics, trends and highlights from the literary Internet. In this roundup: some greatly exaggerated rumors about Mark Twain, the value of paragraphs, and more.

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Litblog Roundup

Litblog Roundup is a bi-weekly overview of topics, trends and highlights from the literary Internet. In this roundup: a massive digital archive of literary recordings, and also the question “are there too many books?”

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