Earlier this year, Lisa Dempster, the director of the Melbourne Writers Festival, tweeted: ‘So I think @pausefest looks AMAZING… BUT I have to ask: is digital culture just for dudes? 2/31 speakers are women.’ Read more »
In January 1930, Harold Vivien invited 250 volts of electricity to pour through his body. Vivien was the chief control operator at the Columbia Broadcasting Company in New York, and he didn’t become a human transmitter for shits and giggles. Read more »
From now until the end of February, the Kill Your Darlings Writers Workshop is offering all new and renewing print subscribers a year-long subscription and a 3000-word manuscript assessment, for just $100.