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ISSUE

24

Spring 2016

The Other Interest: Etel Adnan on weaving; poetry by Giorgio de Chirico; David Lynch paints; a memoir by Gordon Parks; Sally Potter's work diary; Dorothea Tanning's fiction; New work from Martha Cooley, Dan Chelotti, Graham Foust, Katy Lederer, Fadwa Suleiman and others; and introducing Jai Chakrabarti, Cornelius FitzPatrick, Arinze Ifeakandu, Mahreen Sohail, and April Wolfe.

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Event

Small Press Flea

Saturday, July 30 | New York, NY

Brooklyn book lovers: Join A Public Space at the Brooklyn Public Library for BOMB’s annual Small Press Flea. The pop-up book fair will feature some of the finest local magazines and publishers.

Public Access

David Shields

All the Best Stories Are True | APS 09

"The most essential gift for a good writer is a built-in, shockproof shit detector." From our archives,
"All the Best Stories Are True" by David Shields, one of several essays featured in our July celebration of APS nonfiction.

Blog

On “A Lucky Man”

Victor LaValle | APS Classics

Victor LaValle introduces Jamel Brinkley: "He approaches the story from all of these angles so you and I, the readers, his audience, might sit just far enough out of frame to understand that by bringing all of this together, by using all his formidable talents, he’s shown us a vision of ourselves."


Who Does She Think She Is?
Rosalyn Drexler Who Does She Think She Is?
The Way to the Spring
Ben Ehrenreich The Way to the Spring
Lions
Bonnie Nadzam Lions

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