Open City #23: Prose by Poets
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Open City #23: Prose by Poets (Open City Magazine #23)

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Open City continues to present new writing with a daring edge and a youthful glow, appealing to readers who want to know what’s next in contemporary literature. This special issue features fiction, essays, and artwork—all by poets. Each piece of prose will be accompanied by a selection of the writer’s poems. Contributors include: Deborah Garrison, Nick Tosches, Honor Moore...more
Paperback, 250 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by Grove Press, Open City Books
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Holly Interlandi
Started out weakly, at least for Open City, with boring personal essays and shit like that, but redeemed itself along the way. Amusingly, the prose is almost universally better than the poetry.
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