More lovely literary journalism stuff

  • The International Association for Literary Journalism Studies has a webpage and a very fine journal which you can find here.
  • David Abrahamson runs the IALJS newsletter, a good source of information and his site has links to further resources.

Then some gleanings from the keynote speaker Robert Boynton (who teaches at New York University):

  • Byliner.com: fiction and nonfiction, short stories and articles, sign up and get email alerts.
  • Longform.org: again, sign up and get alerts.
  • Atavist.com: a group of writers, editors, and software developers “dedicated to the art of storytelling”.
  • Hazlitt: Random House in Canada’s new “digital habitat” publishing everything interesting (nice site).

And don’t forget Mampoer, run by Anton Harber. And if you’re interested in my presentation (“Mark Gevisser’s Portraits of Power: Giving white South Africans interlocutors to negotiate a post-apartheid world”) you can find it here.

Next year Paris! (here’s hoping!)