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Poetry in the Digital Age: Update & Fine Linkage

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Tweet Earlier this month, we published two posts on poetry in the digital age: the first focused on technological challenges and opportunities for poetry, and the second focused on how to approach the publishing model.  The response was huge: Publishers Weekly posted a call for […]

The Cost of Poetry in the Digital Age

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Tweet Yesterday we posted the first in a two-part discussion about poetry in the digital age.  In that post, I explored some of the technological issues related to poetry.  In today’s guest blog, Jonathan Farmer, founder and poetry editor for At Length magazine, discusses the […]

Poetry in the Digital Age

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Tweet An ongoing project of Zeigeist is to identify innovation gaps, places where technology falls short or doesn’t address problems at all. We place a premium on real-world issues, but we want to make sure that we address artistic and aesthetic ones, too. So we’re […]

Interviews with Smart People: Carla Thompson of Sharp Skirts

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Tweet We’re kicking off a new feature here on the blog: Interviews with Smart People.  We think it’s important to hear from all sorts of digital builders, thinkers, and dreamers – not just the same thought leaders who get asked to comment on everything. Interviews with […]