Brigid Hughes’ new gig

March 8, 2006 | 1

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.

created The Millions and is its publisher. He and his family live in New Jersey.

One comment:

  1. 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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