Synopses & Reviews
Open City features a dynamic mix of prominent writers and undiscovered aspirants, as well as lost treasures from writers of past eras. Including fiction, essays, poetry, and artwork by an exciting range of talents, Open City has presented new works by Michael Cunningham, Deborah Garrison, Rick Moody, David Foster Wallace, Geoffrey O'Brien, and previously unpublished work by Delmore Schwartz, Richard Yates, and Edvard Munch. Praised in the pages of publications such as Harper's Bazaar, Library Journal, and The New York Times, Open City is today's most important literary journal. Open City #13 includes fiction by Martha McPhee, an excerpt from Vince Passaro's long-awaited first novel, Jack Walls on his Chicago boyhood and the early days of the New York art scene, poetry by Rachel Wetzsteon, and Aleksandar Hemon on J. D. Salinger.