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a photography of Charles Burchfield's art studio, with an easel, a stool, and various storage areas

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A PUBLIC SPACE

No. 31

This is an issue of weather and misinterpretation, and the unexpected patterns created by these natural forces.

 

 

Textile

Dorothy Liebes

Dorothy Liebes


 

Sculpture

Atmospheric Reentry

What would it feel like to wear a cloud.

Maiko Takeda


 

Fiction

A Lot of Good It Does Being in the Underworld

It's not damnation that sends you there. It's the instinct for return.

Corinna Vallianatos


 

Fiction

The Funeral

He wanted to be held together by people who had known the shape of him as a child.

Mahreen Sohail

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News

We are pleased to share Tom Taylor's essay "The Tree Trimmer" as the 2024 recipient of the Bette Howland Nonfiction Prize.

April 23, 2024 byTom Taylor

 

Writing Fellows

We are pleased to announce that applications will open on March 1, 2024, for the 2024 A Public Space Writing Fellowships.

February 29, 2024

 

News

Stories Out of School is an annual flash-fiction contest created by the Academy for Teachers to honor "the most fascinating, difficult, and important job on the planet."

February 5, 2024


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