A Public Space No. 28 (Paperback)
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From the award-winning literary and arts magazine, an issue exploring the idea of borders, and belonging. With new fiction from Jamel Brinkley and Kelly Link; and introducing Edward McWhinney. Plus Selva Almada's diary from the set of Lucrecia Martel's film; Robert Sullivan on the artist Nancy Holt; and work from Timothy Donnelly, Ben Loory, Deirdre McNamer, Cheryl Savageau, Zhang Zhao, and more.
About the Author
Brigid Hughes is the founding editor of A Public Space. The recipient of the PEN/Nora Magid Award for Editing, she also teaches at Columbia University's MFA program.