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Brigid Hughes
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Kelly Link on superheroes in love; Charles D'Ambrosio at the movies; Lucy Raven at a Utah copper mine; Fiction by John Haskell, Peter Orner, & Tim O'Sullivan; Focus: Japan; If You See Something, Say Something with Anna Deavere Smith, Ian Chillag, & Rick Moody; Poetry by Matthea Harvey & Jeremy Glazier; & much more.
Published 2006
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Cherie
Aug 16, 2007 Cherie rated it it was ok
B This lit journal was the premier issue, and while I enjoyed some of the stories, some I skimmed, and others, eh--interesting stuff, but I probably won't become a regular reader.
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Oct 15, 2007 Jillian rated it liked it
this was a good first issue. some of the work was much stronger than other, but you pretty much can't go wrong with an interview with Murakami and an awesome cover photograph.
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Brigid Hughes spent ten years at The Paris Review, where she worked as executive editor under the literary champion George Plimpton. After his death, Hughes decided there was a need for a new magazine dedicated to fiction. So began A Public Space, a quarterly literary journal that pursues the power of fiction and wider worldviews.
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