Carl Phillips | James Baldwin

September 16, 2020

Read Giovanni's Room by James Baldwin with Carl Phillips in the sixth installment of #APStogether, our series of virtual book clubs. Details about how #APStogether works can be found here.


Ed Park | Charles Portis

September 2, 2020

Read True Grit by Charles Portis with Ed Park in the fifth installment of #APStogether, our series of virtual book clubs. Details about how #APStogether works can be found here.


Elliott Holt | Mavis Gallant

August 19, 2020

Read Green Water, Green Sky by Mavis Gallant with Elliott Holt in the fourth installment of #APStogether, our series of virtual book clubs. Details about how #APStogether works can be found here.


Ilya Kaminsky | Wisława Szymborska

August 5, 2020

Read Map, Wisława Szymborska's collected poems, with Ilya Kaminsky in the third installment of #APStogether, our series of virtual book clubs. Details about how #APStogether works can be found here.


Elizabeth McCracken | Annie Dillard

July 20, 2020

Read and discuss The Maytrees by Annie Dillard with Elizabeth McCracken and A Public Space. Starting July 23, the second in #APStogether, a series of free virtual book clubs that take place on social media under the hashtag #APStogether.

Click here for more information on how it works.


Garth Greenwell | Henry James

July 8, 2020

Read and discuss The Turn of the Screw by Henry James with Garth Greenwell and A Public Space. Starting July 9, the first in #APStogether, a series of free virtual book clubs that take place on social media under the hashtag #APStogether.

Click here for more information on how it works.


Open Call

June 18, 2020

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 Taylor Michael.


Editorial Master Classes

June 11, 2020

What is an editor's role? How does an editor work with an author to elevate and support their work?


An In-Between Issue

May 28, 2020



A Public Space No. 28.5 is a collection of free-access pieces from the magazine's archive, a kind of in-between issue for an in-between time. From Antarctica to Berlin; prizewinners and debut publications; letters rescued from a safe-deposit box and stories nearly lost to history; travel diaries from the fourteenth century and a poem of twenty-first century spring. This ancient impulse, in a multitude of incarnations.


When Animals Conspire

May 28, 2020

What would happen if the natural world could strike back? Especially after watching the Netflix documentary series Tiger King, I wonder how animals might retaliate against us for all that we’ve done to them, their habitats, and our planet. Ben Ehrenreich's "When Animals Conspire," from A Public Space No. 03 reminds us that the way we treat those most vulnerable has effects both great and small.

Taylor Michael is an essayist from Mount Vernon, NY. She is an MFA candidate at Columbia University School of the Arts and is the inaugural A Public Space Editorial Fellow.


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