A Public Space No. 29

A Public Space No. 29


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Key Selling Points

  • Features work by four A Public Space Fellows, writers at the start of their careers—continuing A Public Space's longstanding commitment to debuting new writers. JESMYN WARD, LESLIE JAMISON, and JAMEL BRINKLEY are among the writers who debuted in the magazine.
  • A Public Space received the inaugural LITERARY MAGAZINE PRIZE FROM THE WHITING FOUNDATION, which honored it as "a gorgeously curated collection we experience as a cabinet of wonders."
  • Edited by Brigid Hughes, who previously edited the Paris Review and was profiled at Lithub this spring.

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