The 2020 A Public Space Fellowships

September 13, 2019

We are pleased to announce that applications will open on September 15 for the 2020 A Public Space Fellowships.


Monday Memo

April 8, 2019



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Monday Memo

April 1, 2019



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Monday Memo

March 25, 2019



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Monday Memo

March 18, 2019



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Monday Memo

March 4, 2019

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The 2019 A Public Space Fellows

February 27, 2019

We are pleased to announce the 2019 A Public Space Fellows.


My Mother’s Fiction

Na Zhong February 27, 2019

We are pleased to share an excerpt from Na Zhong's novella "My Mother's Fiction," the 2018 recipient of the Bette Howland Nonfiction Prize. The prize, given annually to a graduating nonfiction student at the New School in New York City, was established by Honor Moore, who first met Bette Howland in 1977: "​In the winter of 1977, I went to the MacDowell Colony for the first time. I had just had my first work—a memoir-as-play called Mourning Pictures—go public on Broadway.... The play had been a hit in a Massachusetts summer theater and closed quickly in New York, and though it was to be published in an anthology, I was having a hard time emerging from what was an up-down whiplash experience. At MacDowell I met a woman writer about eight years older than me—at the time, she seemed much older!—who had just published a memoir of her time in a mental hospital—the book was called W-3. We became friends—long talks in what I remember as her very dark writing studio—her typewriter in a pool of light. She was the first woman writer to encourage me."


Monday Memo

February 25, 2019


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