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Requiescat in pace, TriQuarterly

By posted at 2:07 pm on October 11, 2009 1

TriQuarterly, the long-running trail-blazing literary journal more or less dreamed into existence by the late Charles Newman, is apparently no more, due to budget cuts at Northwestern University. Newman’s foreword to his first issue as editor, reprinted at A Public Space, should be required reading for anyone thinking about the purpose and future of the little magazine and its role in the artistic ecology.

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One Response to “Requiescat in pace, TriQuarterly”

  1. martin
    at 10:18 pm on October 11, 2009

    I actually don’t believe this is the case, Garth — my understanding is that the TriQuarterly is continuing to exist at Northwestern, albeit in an exclusively online format. Anyway, here’s the official word on the subject, so far as I know:

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