Stop. : Magazine : A Public Space


If You See Something Ander Monson

As of January 27, 2006, Western Union discontinued its telegram services, thus sounding the death knell for one of the first forms of more or less immediate long-distance communication.

Log in to read the rest.

If you are a subscriber but do not currently have online access, please contact us to link your subscription at

Not a subscriber?

Not yet a subscriber? Join us now, and become a part of the conversation.

No. 02

No. 02


Ander Monson is the author of six books, including Neck Deep and Other Predicaments (Graywolf Press) and Other Electricities (Sarabande Books). He is an editor for Diagram and for the New Michigan Press in Tucson, where he teaches at the University of Arizona. His work in this issue is part of Letter to a Future Lover, a collection of short essays written in—and in response to—libraries and things found in libraries that are printed on 6 x 9 cards and published back into the books and libraries where they began. “Dear Defacer” responds to two hundred pages of marginalia in the Gay & Lesbian Biography found in the University of Arizona library and was published back into that book as a response to the defacer and future readers. Letter to a Future Lover will be published in a limited edition unbound, in a box, in 2015, followed by a trade edition to be published by Graywolf Press.


A Public Space is an independent, non-profit publisher of the award-winning literary and arts magazine; and A Public Space Books. Since 2006, under the direction of founding editor Brigid Hughes the mission of A Public Space has been to seek out and support overlooked and unclassifiable work.


A one-year subscription to the magazine includes three print issues of the magazine; access to digital editions and the online archive; and membership in a vibrant community of readers and writers.

For Just


Subscribe Today

A Public Space
149 E 23rd St #B
New York, NY 10010

Privacy Policy

General Information
Subscription Help