We’d like to think that we don’t actually live on the Internet—after all, there’s no such thing as an online shower . . . yet. But at this panel discussion titled The Internet: We All Live There Now, the editors behind literary magazine n + 1 aim to show us exactly how connected, for better and for worse, we are to the online world. In celebration of n + 1’s spring 2008 issue, the discussion features Mark Greif (n + 1 editor), Benjamin Kunkel (n
+ 1 founding editor and Indecision author), Caleb Crain (author of Sweet Grafton), and Moe Tkacik (Jezebel.com editor and former Wall Street Journal reporter) taking on topics such as YouTube and pornography, “the state of the blog,” and the self-representation of blog commenters. An audience Q&A session with panelists follows.
Tue., June 10, 7 p.m., 2008