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A Public Space No. 32 - Brigid Hughes

A Public Space No. 32

By: Brigid Hughes (Editor)

Paperback | 8 October 2024

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A special Bloomsday issue of the acclaimed literary and arts magazine that celebrates the centennial of Ulysses, in collaboration with the James Joyce Collection at the University at Buffalo--the largest Joyce collection in the world, with a trove of material that gives a remarkable portrait of the artist who has influenced artists across generations, continents, and realms. Edited by Brigid Hughes, with contributions from writers, painters, musicians, filmmakers, architects, and scholars; and archival material from the collection.
Industry Reviews
"Every issue of A Public Space juxtaposes finely wrought, carefully edited pieces, putting them in dynamic conversation with one another. An expertly assembled mix of contributors includes emerging talents as well as writers rediscovered through a kind of archival derring-do. [A Public Space] stands as a paradigm of what literary magazines can be: a gorgeously curated collection we experience as a cabinet of wonders."
-Whiting Literary Magazine Prize

"A Public Space always comes to mind first-immediately-when I think of literary magazines that possess true excellence and integrity of vision. Rather than bend itself to the whims of trends and popular noise, a public space remains steadfast in its commitment to moving, challenging art and an elegant, winning design."
-Jamel Brinkley, author of A Lucky Man

"A Public Space notices the world-in all of its particulars, their odd collection-and delivers this world to us... It's a magazine committed to discovery: to discovering new voices, new places, new layers of feeling and experience. "
-Leslie Jamison

"Nobody does it quite like A Public Space: thoughtful design, important stories, and wonderful writing. I look forward to every issue, and I appreciate the obvious care the Public Space team puts into each one.
-Danny Caine, Owner, Raven Book Store

"A Public Space has found a way to speak elegantly and intelligently to serious general readers-those readers who find inquiry and discourse more than just an academic exercise-the stuff of which a meaningful life is made."
-Jeff Deutsch, Director, Seminary Co-op Bookstores

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