Critical Margins explores the convergence between books and technology. We seek out the marginal aspects of reading: how the reading device, whether a book, e-reader, or web browser, can affect the way we read. We want to provide a new critical angle on how reading can and will change in the 21st Century, so we also provide in-depth reviews of new and emerging popular books and magazines.
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Kevin Eagan is a freelance writer and university lecturer living in the St. Louis, MO area. His main area of study and current scholarship involves book technology and its effects on reading. In addition to writing about book technology and teaching college students how to write, Kevin works as an associate editor for punctum books. Previously, he was the books editor for Blogcritics. You can follow him on twitter: @criticalmargins.