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Cultural Writing. Art. Literary Criticism. Second printing. A conversation among Mark Greif, Eliza Newman-Saul and Dushko Petrovich, moderated by Keith Gessen, about the genuinely new and progressive--whether it still exists and if so how it is constituted--and whether it can still purposefully be called "avant-garde."
Paperback, 63 pages
Published November 15th 2008 by N+1 (first published 2007)
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Keith Gessen (b. 1975) is editor-in-chief of n+1, a twice-yearly magazine of literature, politics, and culture based in New York City. He graduated from Harvard College and earned his MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University in 2004.

Gessen, who was born in Russia, has written about Russia for The Atlantic and the New York Review of Books. In 2005, Dalkey Archive Press published Gessen's tr
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