About Miriam Jones
Miriam Jones is Associate Professor of English in the Department of Humanities and Languages at the University of New Brunswick, Saint John. She teaches 18th-century British literature, women's writing, and speculative fiction. She blogs at scribblingwoman.
Posts by Miriam Jones
Friday, April 08, 2005
Maybe we could arrange a play date
Seen this? Sounds exciting. And talk about your zeitgeist, eh?
Thursday, April 07, 2005
Blogging and print publishing
I had started to draft a post about the manifest wrong-headedness of the idea that engagé critics are only interested in literature instrumentally, but got sidetracked by an article in the April issue of Quill and Quire, “Canada’s Magazine of Book News and Reviews,” for which I was interviewed: “Better marketing through blogs: Publishers ponder potential of opinionated online outlets” by Charles Mandel. (Not yet available online — the website still features articles from the Feb. issue — and anyway, one needs to be a paid subscriber. There is, however, a weblog).
Update (9/4/05): Sorry about the broken links. Damn curly quotes. John’s strategy of mixing seasoned bloggers with newbies is really paying off, hmm?Continue reading "Blogging and print publishing"