Last fall, we covered the debut of The Silent History, an innovative, “new kind of novel” created by a team that includes former managing editor of McSweeney’s (and part-time Forestville resident) Eli Horowitz and Russell Quinn, a talented software developer and designer who lives in Cazadero. A serialized digital storytelling project, designed specifically for the iPhone and iPad, that project has the potential to redefine storytelling as we know it. It’s also addictive, well-written and entertaining.
Eli Horowitz was interviewed last week over at Other People With Brad Listi. This is one of my favorite literary podcasts. Hosted by Brad Listi, founder and publisher of The Nervous Breakdown, at its best, the show sheds insight into the creative process and lives of writers and editors who fall between the traditional margins of literature. The interview with Horowitz should be a good one!