Electric Literature: Is This Dissertation Research or a First Date?

An excerpt from Short War by Lily Meyer Buenos Aires, Argentina, February 2015 Nina Lazris met her husband in the week between arriving in Buenos Aires and discovering the book that punched holes in her personal history. Besides that, she did little of note. She unpacked her bags, set up a writing space in her […]

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Electric Literature: How to Submit to Electric Lit

Electric Literature: How to Submit to Electric Lit

We’re thrilled to announce that Electric Literature is opening for submissions across all categories on Monday, April 1st. This includes our acclaimed literary magazines, Recommended Reading, and The Commuter, as well as the daily site. Below we’ve posted our handy flow chart to help you find the best fit for your writing. Get your submissions […]

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Electric Literature: A Billionaire Bender to Save the Fucking World

Electric Literature: A Billionaire Bender to Save the Fucking World

An excerpt from The Audacity by Ryan Chapman He took in air. Compared to Manhattan’s concrete sentries, Averman’s island was a state of nature. Or, relatively: They’d landed on a fresh tarmac carved out of the jungle and skirted by a comically long hangar. To the left, rows of idling Jeeps. Above, a sky the […]

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