E-book subscription service Oyster launches new journal
Oyster, the e-book subscription service, is getting into the content-creation game. The service, which has been likened to a "Netflix for books," has unveiled a new online, literary journal called The Oyster Review. The new publication will feature a mixture of essays, interviews and profiles, from well-known contributors like The Awl Network co-founder Choire Sicha. "Think of it as a field guide to a life well read, a place of literary exploration and discovery," Oyster editorial director Kevin Nguyen wrote in an introduction to the publication.