4:00 (Graduate and Undergraduate Students) A Q&A and discussion geared toward online literary editing and publishing, submitting work, and establishing and maintaining literary
ventures in electronic forms.
7:30 (Open to the Public) Panelists will give guided tours of their own electronic ventures and discuss and debate the current opportunities and limitations of digital platforms
relative to their experiences as online writers and publishers. Autzen Classroom computers will showcase panelists' favorite magazines and presses during an open time for circulation and
Gabriel Blackwell is the author of Shadow Man: A Biography of Lewis Miles Archer (CCM, 2012), Critique of Pure Reason (Noemi, 2013), and
Neverland, a chapbook with video/audio/illustrations. He is the reviews editor of The Collagist and a contributor to Big Other.
Masie Cochran is an associate editor with Tin House Books and an editor of The Open Bar. After three years working for Inkwell Management, a literary agency in New York
City, she now lives in Portland, OR.
Aaron Gilbreath is an essayist and journalist who is very well-represented in the world of digital publishing. His essays appear in The New York Times, Paris
Review, Oxford American, Kenyon Review, Tin House, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Threepenny Review, Black Warrior Review,
Brick, AGNI and Gettysburg Review.
KMA Sullivan is the publisher of Yes Yes books, an innovative poetry press specializing in e-book formats.