Author Archive

Literary Boroughs #34: Lexington, KY

Author: | Categories: Uncategorized 5 Comments
The Literary Boroughs series will explore little-known and well-known literary communities across the country and world and show that while literary culture can exist online without regard to geographic location, it also continues to thrive locally. Posts are by no means exhaustive and we encourage our readers to contribute in the comment section. The

Literary Boroughs #33: Laramie, WY

Author: | Categories: Uncategorized No comments
The Literary Boroughs series will explore little-known and well-known literary communities across the country and world and show that while literary culture can exist online without regard to geographic location, it also continues to thrive locally. Posts are by no means exhaustive and we encourage our readers to contribute in the comment section. The

Literary Boroughs #32: Madrid, Spain

Author: | Categories: Uncategorized No comments
The Literary Boroughs series will explore little-known and well-known literary communities across the country and world and show that while literary culture can exist online without regard to geographic location, it also continues to thrive locally. Posts are by no means exhaustive and we encourage our readers to contribute in the comment section. The

Literary Boroughs #31: Chicago

Author: | Categories: Uncategorized 2 Comments
The Literary Boroughs series will explore little-known and well-known literary communities across the country and world and show that while literary culture can exist online without regard to geographic location, it also continues to thrive locally. Posts are by no means exhaustive and we encourage our readers to contribute in the comment section. The

Literary Boroughs #30: Denver, CO

Author: | Categories: Uncategorized 4 Comments
The Literary Boroughs series will explore little-known and well-known literary communities across the country and world and show that while literary culture can exist online without regard to geographic location, it also continues to thrive locally. Posts are by no means exhaustive and we encourage our readers to contribute in the comment section. The

Fall Staff Round-Up: Now with 8.3% more beard

Author: | Categories: Events, Round-Up No comments
Happy Fall! The staff of Ploughshares has been busy frolicking in the beautiful autumnal weather, and collecting new staff members the way the Pied Piper collects children (but with 100% less missing children/interns). Since we have a permanent office staff of about 2.5, we get a lot of newbies on

Our very first Brooklyn Book Festival, in pictures

Author: | Categories: Uncategorized No comments
On September 23rd, 2012, three Ploughshares staff members represented the magazine at the Brooklyn Book Festival. Please enjoy our journey, told almost exclusively through these 9 cell phone photos. 1. The week before: After hearing several like-minded people say good things about the Brooklyn Book Festival, we reserved a

Literary Boroughs #19: Kansas City, Missouri

Author: | Categories: Uncategorized 1 Comment
The Literary Boroughs series will explore little-known and well-known literary communities across the country and world and show that while literary culture can exist online without regard to geographic location, it also continues to thrive locally. Posts are by no means exhaustive and we encourage our readers to contribute in the comment

Literary Boroughs #18: Nottingham, UK

Author: | Categories: Uncategorized No comments
The Literary Boroughs series will explore little-known and well-known literary communities across the country and world and show that while literary culture can exist online without regard to geographic location, it also continues to thrive locally. Posts are by no means exhaustive and we encourage our readers to contribute in the comment

Brooklyn Book Festival, Here we Come! – September 23, 2012

Author: | Categories: Events No comments
Every fall in the northeast, there’s an unmistakeable change in the air. Is it the sound of crisping leaves or the subtle cooling of the breeze? Or is it the scent of ink and paper, signaling that book festival season is upon us? If you live in Brooklyn or