The critic was once a cornerstone of the newspaper, where he would sit deeming his definitive opinion built up over decades of writing. Now, as criticism increasingly disappears from newspapers, who are our critics, and how do they operate? Are critics arbiters of quality, are they champions of art? And what can they do today that previous writers couldn’t? Here, critics explore how they can use the digital space, how literary journals can create new modes for criticism, and what the place of a well-timed tweet storm can be.