Friends

Fiction Magdaléna Platzová
Translated from the Czech by Craig Cravens

A girl in Vienna, 1914. She’s just turned fourteen. She grew up without a mother and feels more mature than her peers. And more alone. Disjointedly, but all the more intensively, she perceives everything going on around her. She doesn’t think about it. She drinks in everything, like a mushroom,  [...]

Subscribers can read the full version of this article by logging in. Not a subscriber? Get immediate access to this article by subscribing now.

“Each new issue feels like a public report from many individual private spheres.” —Antoine Wilson

Back to Top
Issue 18

ISSUE

18

Summer 2013

About

A Public Space is an independent magazine of literature and culture. It was founded in 2006. You can read more about the magazine’s history and mission - click here.

Subscribe

A subscription to A Public Space now includes home delivery of the print magazine as well as access to the digital editions (epub, mobi, and pdf files) and the online archive.

For Just

$36

Subscribe Today

A Public Space 323 Dean Street Brooklyn, NY 11217 t: 718.858.8067     General Information general@apublicspace.org     Subscription Help subscribe@apublicspace.org