Lesha Hurliman, Numsiri C. Kunakemakorn
Purdue University Press, 2002 - Computers - 158 pages
WithoutCovers incites conversation, debate, argument, and most pressingly, questions regarding the reasons behind and effects of small literary magazines moving to online publishing. Questions discussed are: Is it possible? How? When? and the most puzzling, Why? Through the musings of nineteen well-known editors, poets, fiction, nonfiction, and hypertext writers, readers can eavesdrop into a discussion of the purpose and politics of online publishing that has created a new bridge between traditional literary interests and current institutional, cultural, and financial pressures to focus on technology.
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