Electric Literature

Expanding the influence of literature in popular culture.

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Editors
Halimah Marcus

Executive Director, Electric Lit, Inc. , Editor-in-chief, Electric Literature's Recommended Reading

Kelly Luce

Author of HANA SASAKI GROWS A TAIL & a novel, PULL ME UNDER (@fsgbooks.) Harvard @radinstitute fellow. 四国, やった, veggies, flying discs. Essays ed. @ElectricLit

Anu Jindal

Contributing editor, Film & Television: electricliterature.com

Jess Zimmerman

Ironic points of light.

Jennifer Baker

Writer/Editor; creator, Minorities in Publishing podcast; editor of EVERYDAY PEOPLE (2018, Atria Books); 2017 NYSCA/NYFA Fellow. Website: jennifernbaker.com

Erin Bartnett

Staff Writer @ Electric Lit, Fiction Editor @ American Chordata, Reader everywhere else. twitter:@erinkbart

Andy Hunter

Publisher at @catapultstory & @thelithub, co-founder of @electriclit

Leah Johnson

Leah Johnson is a fiction writer and essayist whose work is centered on the miracle and magic of black womanhood. You can find her on Twitter @byleahjohnson.

Latest Posts

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Electric Literature Has a Brand New Website

Forward our mail and send housewarming gifts, because we don’t live here anymore

Who Gets to Be All-American?

Mitchell S. Jackson’s memoir “Survival Math” explores growing up Black in one of the whitest cities in America

6 Books Made of Weird Materials

Ever wanted to read a book made of cheese or ice? Now you can

What Science Can Learn from Constipated Dogs

“Gulliver’s Travels” shows us how modern science could benefit from a little satire

How Do You Even Get Started Writing a Book?

The Blunt Instrument, our advice column for writers, on taking your first steps towards publication

Spring 2019 Horoscopes for Writers

Happy equinox! Here’s what’s in store this season for you and your creative work

Is He Doing Absolutely Nothing or Is He a Genius?

Julie Buntin recommends an excerpt from Susan Choi’s forthcoming novel ‘Trust Exercise’

“The New Me” Explores the Anxiety of a Life Defined by A 9–5 Office Job

Michael J Seidlinger talks to Halle Butler about temping and constructing a false self to survive corporate culture

7 Thrilling Novels About Espionage

Lauren Wilkinson, author of “American Spy,” recommends shadowy tales of undercover agents

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