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Brigid Hughes’ new gig

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It seems like there’s a new magazine debuting every week. After Brigid Hughes was ousted at the Paris Review, she started her own litmag called A Public Space, the debut issue of which has just arrived. Contained within: work by Charles D’Ambrosio, Kelly Link, Haruki Murakami, Marilynne Robinson, Rick Moody, and others. Here’s the full TOC.

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One Response to “Brigid Hughes’ new gig”

  1. Blonde Ambition
    at 10:03 am on March 9, 2006

    I just received my copy of A Public Space yesterday (along with my free tote bag!). It's a stylish and well-designed magazine, with a color photograph on its cover (reminiscent of a Granta cover, as my man Patrick pointed out), and heavy paper inside. I haven't yet dug into reading it, but I look forward to doing so.
    I was also pleased to see my name in the Founding Subscribers list…along with many other people I know! Is the reading world really that small?

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