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"Open City" features fiction, poetry, and artwork from a dynamic range of voices--from established writers such as Michael Cunningham, Irvine Welsh, and Mary Gaitskill, to emerging talents like Sam Lipsyte, Meghan Daum, and David Berman.

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Open City features fiction, poetry, and artwork from a dynamic range of voices — from established writers such as Michael Cunningham, Irvine Welsh, and Mary Gaitskill, to emerging talents like Sam Lipsyte, Meghan Daum, and David Berman, to classic voices from the past including Delmore Schwartz, Allen Ginsberg, and Richard Yates. Open City features writing and art preoccupied with the forces effecting the character — physical, intellectual, and emotional — of New York City and the city in general, providing readers with an urban portrait of a literary generation in the making. With its unique blend of great storytelling with avant-garde styles, Open City "takes the old literary magazine format and revitalizes it for a new generation's tastes."(Library Journal) Open City 18 includes stories by Bruce Jay Friedman, Rick DeMarinis, and Martha McPhee; art by Al Ruppersberg and Nina Katchadourian; and a special poetry section edited by Honor Moore. "A range of style and voices, both raw and cooked-ranging from highly slick and intellectual to twisted and experimental." — The New York Times Book Review

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ISBN:
9781890447328
Author:
Beller, Thomas
Publisher:
Open City Books
Manufactured:
Grove Press
Author:
Open City Magazine
Subject:
General
Subject:
Literary
Subject:
FICTION / Literary
Subject:
Literature-A to Z
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Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Open City
Series Volume:
18
Publication Date:
20031131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
256
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in 14.5 lb

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Open City features fiction, poetry, and artwork from a dynamic range of voices — from established writers such as Michael Cunningham, Irvine Welsh, and Mary Gaitskill, to emerging talents like Sam Lipsyte, Meghan Daum, and David Berman, to classic voices from the past including Delmore Schwartz, Allen Ginsberg, and Richard Yates. Open City features writing and art preoccupied with the forces effecting the character — physical, intellectual, and emotional — of New York City and the city in general, providing readers with an urban portrait of a literary generation in the making. With its unique blend of great storytelling with avant-garde styles, Open City "takes the old literary magazine format and revitalizes it for a new generation's tastes."(Library Journal) Open City 18 includes stories by Bruce Jay Friedman, Rick DeMarinis, and Martha McPhee; art by Al Ruppersberg and Nina Katchadourian; and a special poetry section edited by Honor Moore. "A range of style and voices, both raw and cooked-ranging from highly slick and intellectual to twisted and experimental." — The New York Times Book Review
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