A couple of days ago I pointed you to the classifieds in the May/June issue of Poets & Writers magazine. Today, I'm going to spotlight some articles the magazine has made available online.
--In a special section on literary journals, Sandra Beasley writes about the evolution of online journals.
--The super "Agents and Editors" series continues, this time with Jofie Ferrari-Adler speaking with agents Maria Massie, Jim Rutman, Anna Stein, and Peter Steinberg.
--Kevin Larimer updates us on small presses and lit mags.
There's plenty of great content in the print issue, too, including Mary Gannon's profile of Jay McInerney. Since I encountered resistance from some fiction workshop-mates when I wrote stories (in 2002) with connections to the attacks of September 11, 2001, I particularly appreciated this snippet: "And, as he did by using the second person in his debut, in The Good Life McInerney took a risk by writing about New York City in the immediate aftermath of September 11, despite advice from the late Norman Mailer to hold off ten years. 'I was writing about the emotional texture of those three months afterwards,' he says. 'If I had waited, that would have faded for me.'"