More news and notes about literary non-fiction online

The story of how longer works of literary non-fiction are migrating from old-school printed media to new-school ones online continues to trend. David L. Ulin, book review editor of the Los Angeles Times, adds to the growing body of articles on the subject with this nice summary. He talks about Byliner and the Atavist, which I’ve already blogged about. But he also notes that the Virginia Quarterly Review has a fairly recent but growing online presence.

I’ve also blogged about longreads.com, and now comes a piece by Paul Farhi of the Washington Post with some more details about the site.

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