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Open City No. 17, Summer 2003 (Open City Magazine #17)
Open City is a rare contemporary phenomenon: a literary journal that gets people talking about literature, with contributions from a dynamic mix of prominent writers, undiscovered aspirants, and lost treasures by writers from past eras. From Edvard Munch's journals to Terry Southern's screenplays to Rick Moody's poetry to Michael Cunningham's essays to Mary Gaitskill's sho ...more
Paperback, 276 pages
Published June 3rd 2003 by Grove Press, Open City Books
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I picked up a copy of this at Grand Central when I was in New York and thought it had some really great writing in it. At the time i was working on a farm in Connecticut so I particularly liked itsinvestment in city-themed stories. I keep meaning to get a subscription to this journal because I can't find it here and I rarely thoroughly enjoy the bulk of what's published in the majority of journals I come across.