RESOURCE: Chapter 16

Presented by:
Humanities Tennessee
Subject: Digital Humanities, Literacy, Other, Varies Audience: All

Chapter 16, launched in October 2009, is an online journal about books, writers, and literary events in Tennessee and serves as the state affiliate of the Center for the Book at the Library of Congress. The site covers novels set here; histories involving Tennessee events or locations; authors who live here, were born or educated here; and out-of-state writers when they give readings or participate in book signings anywhere in the state. Chapter 16 also publishes original poems and essays by prominent Tennessee authors (including previews of their works in progress). New content appears daily, and our reviews and interviews are published in newspapers around the state under a syndication plan modeled on Pro Publica’s.