Is There a Print Future for Literary Magazines?

In Discussion by Hannah Johnson

By Hannah Johnson We publishing people have a special love for ink and paper, for the satisfaction of holding an object that we helped create. At the same time, we must also learn to embrace an increasingly digital future. Magazine publishers are also facing a rapidly changing industry in which more consumers want to get content online rather than mailed …

SNOB: Billionaire Backs Rebirth of the Russian Literary Magazine

In Europe by Edward Nawotka

It’s difficult to find a Russian author of note who has not written for SNOB, billionaire Mikhail Prokorov’s luxury lit mag. By Daniel Kalder Going back to the 19th century literary journals have played an important role in Russian culture. Indeed, no lesser a figure than Dostoevsky edited not one, but two following his return from Siberian exile. After 1917, …