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

Electric Literature Has a Brand New Website

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

The Disastrous Decline in Author Incomes Isn’t Just Amazon’s Fault

The bookselling behemoth is making life harder for writers, but so is the public perception that art doesn’t need to be paid for

9 Books to Read if You Can’t Wait for the Next Season of ‘BoJack Horseman’

Everyone’s favorite depressed horse will come back to TV eventually, but here’s what to read in the meantime

48 Books By Women and Nonbinary Authors of Color to Read in 2019

Resolve to put all these anticipated books on your reading list

A Brand New Interview with David Foster Wallace

This discussion of postmodernism, translation, and the internet has never been published in English

These Book Covers Are So Terrible You Won’t Believe They’re Real

Wordsworth Classics has produced some of the most baffling cover art in the business

7 Flash Fiction Stories That Are Worth (a Tiny Amount of) Your Time

You can probably power through all of these great short-short stories in one long bathroom break

Why Buying Books Will Not Save Our Beloved Bookstores

An independent bookshop owner explains why purchases alone can’t keep small stores afloat—and what to do instead

What Does Your Favorite Shakespeare Play Say About You?

Figure out your personality problems according to the DSM (Diagnostic Shakespeare Manual)

A Master Class in Women’s Rage

Want to understand what all the women you know are so angry about? Here’s a syllabus

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