Articles by Nick Moran

September 9, 2011

Free JSTOR Articles 3

JSTOR will be making 500,000 articles from over 200 journals freely available to the public. These will include items published before 1923 in the US, and published before 1870 abroad. Earlier this month, I rounded up a few pieces by people who think the entire database should be free.

September 8, 2011

John Jeremiah Sullivan Reads 0

John Jeremiah Sullivan‘s NY Times essay “You Blow My Mind. Hey, Mickey!” was a big hit last June. Next October, FSG will publish Pulphead, his second collection of essays. To tide you over until then, you can listen to The Paris Review‘s Southern Editor read an excerpt from his Disney piece.

September 8, 2011

Two Chapters of Train Dreams 0

You can read the first two chapters of Denis Johnson‘s latest novel Train Dreams on his Facebook page.

September 8, 2011

From Iowa to Illinois 0

Poets & Writers‘ 2011 MFA rankings are out, and poet John Gallaher has some questions for students in the top 20 programs. (via The Rumpus)

September 7, 2011

Writing Without Reading 1

Buzz Poole expands Macy Halford‘s riff on the consequences of writing without reading. In the process, he refers back to last month’s popular piece here at The Millions by Steve Himmer.

September 7, 2011

Looking for Some Literary Tumblrs? 5

For bookish Tumblrs, I suggest you start following Awesome People Reading, Writers No One Reads, and CoverSpy.

September 7, 2011

Unferth on Lerner 0

The always fantastic Deb Olin Unferth reviews Ben Lerner‘s Leaving the Atocha Station.

September 6, 2011

Shenandoah Online 0

After publishing print editions for 60 years, Shenandoah has entered the digital game.

September 6, 2011

A Library Themed Wedding 2

Know anyone getting married soon? Perhaps they’d like to integrate some books and bookshelves. (via @ShelfAwareness)

September 6, 2011

Magic: The Gathering as Literature 0

A D Jameson has been writing daily updates about Magic: The Gathering as literature. Here’s part one of his HTMLGiant series. (And here’s part two, and here’s part three.)