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Margaret Atwood on the Writers’ Mind and the Digital Otherworld

May 3, 2012  |   The New School  |  New York City 

With Margaret Atwood and Amy Grace Loyd


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What does it mean to write with the Web? How does our constant access to information and ideas affect the landscape of imagination? What are the ramifications on the craft? In “What to Do With Literature,” the first installment of our Dialogue Series, Margaret Atwood delved into these questions and many more, offering her unique perspective as an online activist, prolific voice on Twitter, and early champion of the Internet.

Co-sponsored by The New School for Social Research and the Consulate General of Canada in New York


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