In this presentation, I’m giving my undergraduate Literary Editing & Publishing a little context of modernism and it’s motivations with the hope that they will make the connections between the advent of modernism and the emergence of little magazines. Prior to this discussion, my students will have read several essays in Paper Dreams about literary magazine publishing in the early half of the 20th century.
- Teaching Literary Editing & Publishing
- 20th Century, A Box, A Musical Instrument, Abby Ann Arthur Johnson, Anima Rising: Little Magazines in the Sixties, Atticus Books, Ben Leubner, Bloom, Centenary University, Charles Dickens, Communication, Cubism, Cut with the Kitchen Knife through the Beer-Belly of the Weimar Republic, Dada, Electricity, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, ENG 3099, Excerpt, Ezra Pound, Ford Maddox Brown, Forgotten Pages: Black Literary Magazines in the 1920s, Fountain, Fragmentation, Futurism, Gertrude Stein, Great Expectations, Guernica, Gustav Klimt, Hannah Hoch, Harriet Monroe, Imagism, In Exile and Against Criticism: The Paris Review and the Branding of Contemporary Literature, Industrialization, James Joyce, Jayne Marek, John Everett Millais, Langston Hughes, Language, Lecture, Len Fulton, Literary Editing & Publishing, Literary Journals, Literary Magazines, Literature, Little Magazines, Madam and the Phone Bill, Making Their Ways: Women Editors of ‘Little Magazines’, Marcel Duchamp, Margaret Anderson, Modernism, Molly, Obscenity, Opening, Ophelia, Oxford English Dictionary, Pablo Picasso, Paper Dreams, Photography, Poetry, Prelude, Presentation, quote, Radio, Some Thoughts on Poetry, Surrealism, T.S. Eliot, Technology, Tender Buttons, The Dial, The Kiss (Lovers), The Paris Review, The Waste Land, Travel, Travis Kurowski, Ulysses, Urbanization, Violence, William Wordsworth, Work, Writing, WWI