Found this article in Publishers Weekly and thought it interesting. The decline in literature magazines, especially university edited magazines, is the subject of discussion. Apparently people are wringing their hands and lamenting to the heavens about the demise of proper literature.
One pundit blames the rise of all the MFA schools in writing as partial blame. And I can see where a case could be made for that. So many writers contemplating about the meaning of Life as they gaze at the lent in their navels. Read about lent in one navel and you just about read about lent in all navels, haven't you?
What do you think?