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»  August 15, 2010

Books  

The Internet Did It

The Huffington Post featured a piece yesterday consisting of short essays on the future of literary reviews in the world of the internet by the editors of journals ranging from Agni to The Yale Review. I guess that's an important topic now that the web's been around for more than fifteen years. Always good to mull these things over.

For my own part, of course, I'm proud to say that the internet had nothing to do with the demise of my own review. Plant's Review of Books was able to collapse entirely without me saying "The computers did it!" or "Nobody reads any more!" 100% human failure. I take the rap.

Sun Aug 15, 2010 11:09 -0700