We don’t mean to brag, but we think The Airship is pretty great. It’s got everything from quizzes to longform articles to interviews to reading suggestions, but the truth is we can’t do it all — and luckily, with so many other great blogs out there, we don’t have to.
We rounded up a list of our 10 favorite literary blogs, which we admit only skims the surface of what the Internet has to offer. We love these sites because each one brings something new to the table. Trust us when we say that you’ll want to add all of them to your bookmarks.
This is our go-to website for all book publishing news. They’re the first to know who just scored a publishing deal, when companies are hiring and which new publishing platforms are breaking out. Check it daily for literary news from across the spectrum.
A name that needs no introduction, The Paris Review has been publishing some of the best interviews, short stories, poetry and art for more than five decades. What you might not know, though, is that they have a great blog that covers literature, art and film. One of our favorite series on it is “Windows on the World,”which offers a glimpse of what writers from around the world see from their windows.
3. The Outlet
Electric Literature’s blog provides a wide array of great content. With an easy-to-navigate layout, the site features news, reviews, events and features. It’s a great place to go to get a ton of different lit-related info all in one place.
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