Monday, March 5, 7:30 PM
A Panel Discussion with Armchair/Shotgun
From Flash Fiction to Long-form Journalism: Length and Format in the Digital Age
Featuring Panelists: Halimah Marcus, Managing Editor at Electric Literature
Paul Morris, PEN America
Erin Harris, Agent at Irene Skolnick Literary Agency
Evan Ratliff, Founder and Editor of The Atavist
Tess Knoebel, Editor at Abe’s Penny

With the advent of digital publishing, opportunities are arising for new and unusual formats, from 150-character short stories to not-quite-book-length articles. Simultaneously, writers and publishers are exploring alternative formats in print. Brooklyn-based Armchair/Shotgun, a literary magazine available only on paper moderates this discussion on the changing shape of fiction and journalism from the writer’s conception of a piece to publication, distribution, and marketing. With Bomb’s Paul Morris, Electric Literature’s Halimah Marcus, Abe's Penny editor Tess Knoebel, Atavist co-founder Evan Ratliff, and literary agent Erin Harris. An audience question and answer session will follow the panel discussion.

Event date: 

Monday, March 5, 2012 - 7:30pm

Event address: 

686 Fulton Street
11217 Brooklyn
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ISBN: 9780982498095
Published: Electric Literature - September 12th, 2011