October 4, 2021
Get to know the author Deesha Philyaw, who will teach an upcoming Master Class on writing truthfully about sex and intimacy, as she discusses the books and writers that excite her.
Anne Elliott • September 20, 2021
Anne Elliott on the poetry of Capital by Mark Hage.
September 15, 2021
Join us this fall for a virtual book club to read Tolstoy's epic novel alongside Tolstoy Together: 85 Days of War and Peace with Yiyun Li. Yiyun Li's reading journal for #TolstoyTogether 2021 is updated daily here.
September 3, 2021
“What I didn’t know is that you then go on to become part of a vibrant literary community, which meant I had mentors and new friends I could reach out to; in the many lonely hours of revising a book, this meant the world to me.”
Get to know author and 2015 A Public Space Emerging Writer Fellow Jai Chakrabarti as he shares his favorite books and his advice to emerging writers.
July 28, 2021
This September, when Tolstoy Together: 85 Days of War and Peace with Yiyun Li is published by A Public Space Books, join us for an encore book club to read Tolstoy's epic novel.
July 26, 2021
"I’ve always encapsulated my experience, and my family’s experience, of immigrating to New York but living within the confines of a tight-knit Russian émigré community, as a place that is not exactly American and not exactly Russian, a 'no-man’s-land.'"
Valeriya Kipnis, recipient of the 2021 Bette Howland Nonfiction Prize for her essay "Little Yellow Pills," shares some of the thoughts and inspirations behind her writing.
Valeriya Kipnis • July 26, 2021
"For the last twenty-six years, my family has taken up residence in a nuanced no-man's-land—a place that is not exactly American and not exactly Russian. It is neither or, really."
We are pleased to share Valeriya Kipnis's "Little Yellow Pills," the 2021 recipient of the Bette Howland Nonfiction Prize.
July 23, 2021
In connection with the Editorial Fellowship program at A Public Space, we are pleased to announce an open call for a special portfolio in the magazine to be edited by Miguel Coronado.
July 13, 2021
"At some point, the discussion takes on a life of its own, which comes about from collaborative energy directed toward a single point."
Get to know the author Paul Lisicky, who will lead us in reading Qiu Miaojin’s Notes of A Crocodile in the July edition of #APStogether, our series of virtual book clubs, as he discusses his favorite books and the power of literary communities.
June 17, 2021
Read Qiu Miaojin's Notes of a Crocodile with Paul Lisicky in the July edition of #APStogether.
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