Travelers’ Tales: Tales to Go No. 6
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V as in Victor — August 13, 2014: “Don’t Tread on Me” 
How would you like to be judged, by how you live or how you die? Right now, a few seconds on a dirt track have placed Kevin Ward Jr. into one of those camps and three-time Sprint Cup winner Tony Stewart into the other.
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Chronicles — “Who Needs the Classics?”
Is there a cure to what ails modern higher education? Perhaps. But first we need to understand the problem, which goes deeper than you might think.
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Electric Literature’s Recommended Reading: ”Nuee Ardente” by Dolan Morgan
Recommended by Aforementioned Press
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We’re excited to announce the launch of independent film magazine Bright Wall/Dark Room on our platform. Conceived in 2009, BW/DR gathers together writers, poets, filmmakers, and artists who reflect on the movies that mean something to them: what they love, what they hate, what they can’t stop thinking about. Their August issue—the second in a two-part series inspired by America/Americana—features essays on some of our favorite classic films including Jaws and Rocky.

We’re looking for a web-savvy, hyper-literate fall semester intern to start in September for 5 to 8 hours per week. Basic knowledge of HTML & CSS is a plus! This is a compensated position. Please email your resume and cover letter in the body of your email (no attachments, please) to hello@29.io with “Intern” in the subject line. Be sure to include your blog URL (if you have one), Twitter handle, and a list of your favorite media (books, TV, movies, magazines, websites, etc.).

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The Classical — “The Music Issue”
A protest playlist for the 2014 World Cup, the devotional music of the cult of Maradona, the wretchedness of NFL fight songs, and more.
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The Awl Weekend Companion
"Tide": Making images, taking images. Babies outside of time, buildings outside of space. Movement: oops. Reconsideration!
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Little Star Weekly — August 15 & 22, 2014
Behold, our double summer issue. A more than usually big and juicy bite of reading for your long train rides and cicada-filled afternoons on the porch swing.  Our theme, more or less, is the carnal and its aftermath. Poems about Bette Davis and Frankenstein from Judith Berke and James Arthur, small stories from Rav Grewal-Kök, student, and Eliot Weinberger, master of the form. And a big suspenseful piece of serial from NYR blog regular Tim Parks. Don’t worry, you don’t have to have read Part One, although you can easily download it from the little chest of drawers if you tap this screen.  All you need to know is that a man and his girlfriend are trying to elude the porter in her building complex. Complications ensue.
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The Lifted Brow: Vol. 12, Issue 2 — The Gargoyle & Garbage Edition
Shane Jesse Christmass is on the run from chubby cops and Kimye, Emma Jones says goodbye to the German mountains, Oliver Mestitz rounds up mythic Victorian beasts, A E Reiff writes the fjords, and Julie Chevalier shares three new bang bang poems to shoot you down.
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Electric Literature’s Recommended Reading: “A Higher Purpose” by Lauren Wallach
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Christ and Pop Culture — Beauty’s Allure
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