The Wednesday Web Browser

Received via e-mail from The American Scholar: “Set aside some time the week of September 20-24 for Fiction Week on the Scholar website. Each day a fine new short story you can’t read anywhere else will appear on, in celebration of our commitment to publishing the best new fiction online as well as in print. Look for stories by Maud Casey, Alix Ohlin, Bret Anthony Johnston, Antonya Nelson, and David Huddle.”

Find out which new indie press titles have booksellers talking.

The Virginia Quarterly Review story keeps getting sadder.

Shenandoah explains its plans for its digital conversion. (via Brevity’s Nonfiction Blog)

The new (Fall 5771/2010) issue of Jewish Book World includes my interview with author Allison Amend.

If you live in the NYC area, you may want to check out this calendar of upcoming literary events on campuses of The City University of New York (as you’ll recall, my employer). I’ve just updated said list as part of said employment.

A friend of mine seeks suggestions re: novels that deal with interfaith marriage.