A Public Space No. 30 (Paperback)
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An issue exploring the metropolis through fiction, essays, art, and interviews spanning generations, continents, and languages. For over a decade, A Public Space has published an award-winning literary and arts magazine that seeks out and supports writers working apart from the mainstream--culturally, aesthetically, economically. From debuting writers to celebrating work in translation, to bringing attention to overlooked writing from previous generations, every issue of A Public Space juxtaposes finely wrought, carefully edited pieces, putting them in dynamic conversation with one another.
About the Author
Brigid Hughes is the founding editor of A Public Space. Previously, she succeeded George Plimpton as editor of the Paris Review. The recipient of the PEN/Nora Magid Award for Editing, she also teaches at Columbia University's MFA program.