Sarah Hromack is a writer living in Brooklyn.
JUL-AUG 2009 | Express
Historically speaking, those of us who embraced the Web long ago have suffered the summary dismissal that tends to accompany all major cultural paradigm shifts.
OCT 2009 | Express
Such was the comment left on the San Francisco literary website The Rumpus in response to a blog post on In Print We Trust, a piece first published in the Brooklyn Rails July issue. Writing on the blog-to-book phenomenon that has swept the publishing industry in recent months, I wondered, how strangely anachronistic is it that those who participate in perhaps the most monumental democratic exercise everand who do so daily, often for a livingwould seek to tame the great, unbridled, immaterial beast that is the Internet with some high-gloss stock and two binding boards?