The Online Credibility Battle

April 22, 2009 § 1 Comment

.. Brevity editor Dinty W. Moore is giving way too many interviews:

Lyric and Laid Back at Silk Road

“The credibility battle is being won in many ways, by pioneer online journals that have remained very selective in the work they publish, by somewhat newer ventures like McSweeney’s and Narrative and Blackbird that have the funding and staffing to act like “real” magazines and draw in the star power, and by conventional print magazines that are opening up more and more online content. I suppose there are some tenure committees that still turn up their collective egghead noses at online publications, but most writers I know, and especially if they are younger, don’t carry that prejudice any more.”

Oh, and if you are in Boston this weekend, he is also teaching, reading, and accepting an award as part of Grub Street’s Muse and the Marketplace.

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