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Two Atticus Titles Are Named Finalists in Foreword’s 2013 Book of the Year Awards

National magazine selects a pair of Atticus titles — a debut novel and a literary history — in its search for the best indie books of 2013. Two Atticus titles — Sidewalk Dancing and Paper Dreams: Writers and Editors on the American Literary Magazine —  are finalists for the 2013 Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Awards. Sidewalk Dancing, a debut novel […]

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Loving Lit Mags: Eric D. Goodman

In August 2013, Atticus Books published Paper Dreams: Writers and Editors on the American Literary Magazine, a compilation of the continued history and conversations of the people who love new and interesting literature so much they spend their lives dedicated to sharing it with the world. As an ongoing effort to spread the word, it […]

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Six Degrees Left: Loving Lit Mags (Part Four)

  The newly published Paper Dreams: Writers and Editors on the American Literary Magazine records the history of the American Lit Mag with essays and articles from the onset of print to the digital age. This round of Six Degrees Left brings together a group of dedicated lit mag lovers–real writers and editors, some who […]

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Six Degrees Left: Loving Lit Mags (Part Three)

How did you get to know your first literary magazine? Was it in person? Online? The newly published Paper Dreams: Writers and Editors on the American Literary Magazine records the history of the American Lit Mag with essays and articles from the onset of print to the digital age. This round of Six Degrees Left […]

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Six Degrees Left: Loving Lit Mags (Part Two)

If you love literary magazines, perhaps you’ve thought or even tried (maybe successfully) to start one of your own. Maybe you’ve got a list on your laptop of possible lit mag names, or have written down graffiti messages or phrases your friends say that make a lot more sense in context. The newly published Paper […]

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Six Degrees Left: Loving Lit Mags (Part One)

Some people think that once a piece of writing is published–a story, an essay, a poem, a review–that it’s finished. Kaput. A one-way transfer of info from writer to reader, like a transfer of germs, that the solitary nature of reading requires you to be quarantined with strep throat, pink eye, or other nasty ways […]

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Loving Lit Mags: Aaron Gilbreath

Paper Dreams: Writers and Editors on the American Literary Magazine is a compilation of the continued history and conversations of the people who love new and interesting literature so much they spend their lives dedicated to sharing it with the world. But as we venture to preserve history, it is only polite to introduce you […]

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Loving Lit Mags: Dan Cafaro

Today we publish Paper Dreams: Writers and Editors on the American Literary Magazine, a compilation of the continued history and conversations of the people who love new and interesting literature so much they spend their lives dedicated to sharing it with the world. But before we make history, it is only polite to introduce you […]

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Loving Lit Mags: Jodee Stanley

Tomorrow we publish Paper Dreams: Writers and Editors on the American Literary Magazine, a compilation of the continued history and conversations of the people who love new and interesting literature so much they spend their lives dedicated to sharing it with the world. But before we make history, it is only polite to introduce you […]

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Loving Lit Mags: David Messineo

In August, we publish Paper Dreams: Writers and Editors on the American Literary Magazine, a compilation of the continued history and conversations of the people who love new and interesting literature so much they spend their lives dedicated to sharing it with the world. But before we make history, it is only polite to introduce […]

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