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Open City is a rare contemporary phenomenon: a literary journal that gets people talking about literature. A dynamic mix of prominent writers, undiscovered aspirants, and lost treasures from writers of past eras, Open City includes fiction, essays, poetry, and artwork by a dynamic range of talents. The journal has brought together writing from Michael Cunningham, Nick Tosches, Rick Moody, David Foster Wallace, David Mamet, Sam Lipsyte, Meghan Daum, and David Berman, and previously unpublished work by Delmore Schwartz, Richard Yates, Edvard Munch, and Ford Madox Ford. Praised in the pages of publications such as Time Out New York, Harper's Bazaar, The Library Journal, and The New York Times, Open City is today's most vibrant and exciting literary journal. Open City #15 features Craig Chester on sexual identity at camp; new work from John McNulty; Toru Hayashi's memoirs of a travel agent. Plus Tom Frank's stock picks, and more. "Open City takes the old literary magazine format and revitalizes it for a new generation's tastes." — Library Journal

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9781890447281
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Open City Books
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Open City Books
Manufactured:
Open City Books
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Contributors, Various
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Various
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General
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American - General
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LITERARY CRITICISM & COLLECTIONS / General
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Literature-A to Z
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Trade Paper
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Open City
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15
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20020531
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TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
275
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9 x 6 in 13.5 lb

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Open City is a rare contemporary phenomenon: a literary journal that gets people talking about literature. A dynamic mix of prominent writers, undiscovered aspirants, and lost treasures from writers of past eras, Open City includes fiction, essays, poetry, and artwork by a dynamic range of talents. The journal has brought together writing from Michael Cunningham, Nick Tosches, Rick Moody, David Foster Wallace, David Mamet, Sam Lipsyte, Meghan Daum, and David Berman, and previously unpublished work by Delmore Schwartz, Richard Yates, Edvard Munch, and Ford Madox Ford. Praised in the pages of publications such as Time Out New York, Harper's Bazaar, The Library Journal, and The New York Times, Open City is today's most vibrant and exciting literary journal. Open City #15 features Craig Chester on sexual identity at camp; new work from John McNulty; Toru Hayashi's memoirs of a travel agent. Plus Tom Frank's stock picks, and more. "Open City takes the old literary magazine format and revitalizes it for a new generation's tastes." — Library Journal
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