Writers and the “Literary Internet.”

Flavorwire, listing the top 35 (why 35?) writers who make up the “literary internet”:

The debate as to whether the Internet is good or bad for literature doesn’t seem any closer to resolution now than when it began, years ago, but the fact remains that some people in the literary world are excellent at using Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, and even Instagram or Pinterest to communicate with readers and get people interested in what they’re writing. These aren’t the writers who have hundreds of thousands of Twitter followers but only tweet when they have a book come out, or the ones who write a guest blog post every year to get their names back into the conversation.

It’s an interesting charting of the idea. Although they don’t rank them, Teju Cole should be #1.